With the arrival of the flu season, interlocking flooring is now becoming a popular choice for patients who are already stressed and can’t afford the cost of specialty flooring.
The floors are built with a unique process called microlayers, in which a small amount of micro-layers are deposited on top of each other to create a smooth surface that can help to maintain a level of comfort.
Microlayers can be applied directly to the floor, as shown in this photo.
A typical interlocking tile is usually installed by a skilled floor installer.
The process, called micro-layer-by-microlayer, creates a smooth, flat surface that helps to keep a level in place and maintain a comfortable position.
A micro-layered floor is used to stabilize a patient’s head during a medical emergency.
The microlayer layer helps to maintain an even surface and can also be used to create additional flooring layers to add additional comfort.
According to Dr. Jeffrey W. Schmitt, a professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University, it’s a great way to prevent infection, improve health and promote wellness.
Dr. Schloss told CNN that the process also offers the option of using a micro-slip tile that can be installed on the interlocked floors without using the flooring materials themselves.
The difference is that this system is less expensive than traditional flooring that would require a full floor to install.
Micro-layering can also help prevent a patient from falling into a pool of liquid or getting into a fire.
“If you have an interlocking that’s very close together, then you’re going to have some thermal expansion, which will create the potential for the interlockers to become unstable,” Schloss said.
“So a microlaying system is actually designed to allow the interlocks to stay in place.”
Schloss said the process is also used in the construction of high-end flooring and in interlocking carpet.
“You don’t have to go to the carpet shop to do that,” he said.