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DRIcore Subfloor panels

I am sitting in a motel in ND watching home improvement shows and I saw a product for putting a subfloor over concrete. Home Depot carries this product which is designed to be like a floating floor but allow an air gap for the floor to breath. I looked at the documentation that HD had online but I couldn't find anything about load restrictions for this. Does anyone know if this would work in a small home shop without buckling under the weight of a few good sized tools? I was thinking something like this would be an easy way to convert from a concrete floor, but we all know that easy is not necessarily good.

Of course power tools and alcohol don't mix. Everyone knows power tools aren't soluble in alcohol...
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