Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel is a decorative solid surface material that can be used in the entire home improvement field. Due to the different application fields, processing and installation are also required in the middle, because the factory of Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel only leaves the sheet. There are certain differences in processing in different seasons, because quartz stone is a brittle polymer composite material, which has certain thermal expansion and cold shrinkage characteristics, and has certain mechanical properties such as shrinkage stress, impact toughness, and elongation at break. Let's take a look at the issues that need to be paid attention to during the winter installation of Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel.
1. It is necessary to check the flatness of the cabinet before installation, and check whether the size of Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel and the cabinet completely match. If errors occur, the Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel needs to be reworked or the cabinets need to be trimmed.
2. When measuring the depth dimension of Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel, the tabletop needs to reserve a size of 4cm to facilitate the installation of the hanging side strips.
3. When splicing some super-long countertops (such as L-shaped countertops), in order to ensure the flatness of the splicing countertops and the rigidity of the joints, it is recommended to use strong fixing clips (A clip, F clip) to carry out the Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel. fixed. In addition, when bonding the lower hanging strips, a strong fixing clip should also be used to fix it to ensure the perfect combination of the countertop splicing and the gap between the countertop and the lower hanging strip.
4. There should be a certain distance between Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel and the wall (usually 3mm to 5mm). After installation, glass glue should be evenly applied to the gap between Calacatta Aurora Back Ground Wall Panel. Avoid cracking of the countertop due to thermal expansion and contraction characteristics.