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Old 09-30-2019, 04:21 PM   #1
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EVA Foam Interlocking mats for floor?

I saw someone do this in a van build, but I was wondering if anyone had any info on use EVA Foam puzzle pieces for a floor instead of wood?


You can even use regular insulation and then this stuff on top and then you get a bit more sound deadening and maybe a tiny bit more insulation on top and it still looks fine?


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Yes, plywood is overkill, very heavy.

Insulating foam has good compressive strength, just need a puncture-resistant covering to spread the weight.

Assuming well supported under the foam?
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In the can I think it was just the Eva foam tiles.


On the bus I'm not sure. I'd assume just xps insulation then the foam tiles. Didn't consider anything else.
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