Dark Handscraped Rustic Distressed Laminate Flooring with EIR
Laminate Flooring Specifications:
12mm Distressed Laminate flooring 6633 with handscraped surface in
Arc/Double/Single/Unilin Cilck/Valinge click
Brown /White/Green HDF board, density 800kg-950kg/m3
E0 Standard less than 0.5 mg/L, E1 Standard less than 1.5mg/L
Square edge, V Groove
Packing and loading
25 years from delivery date
FOB Shanghai or CFR/CIF your port
Laminated flooring Structure:
There are four layers:
Wear Layer - The top layer, the one you walk on. It's usually made from
cellulose paper that's been saturated with melamine plastic resins
that make laminate flooring so incredibly scratch-resistant.
Design Layer - Many colors can be seen, typically a photograph or patterned print
that has been copied onto cellulose paper. Because it is below the
upper melamine layer, it can't be marked or scuffed and it won't
Core Layer -It is the backbone of all laminate flooring. The core layer is
usually some form of processed particle board and comes in
different strengths and thicknesses.
Stabilizing Layer - On the bottom of the flooring that can holds everything in place.
It's usually made from resin-saturated paper, just like the top
Laminate Flooring Benefits:
The benefits of laminate flooring can be summed up in two words -
cost and durability.
Laminate flooring provides you with tremendous bang for your buck
(especially when compared to how expensive other flooring options
can be). Laminate flooring offers the appearance of real hardwood
floors or stone tile, but for about two-thirds the cost. If
properly cared for, laminate flooring can last for years and years.
However, people often forget that laminate flooring has a number of
other benefits, such as:
Blocking the sun's harmful rays and protecting the floor pattern
from fading over time.
Excellent warranty protection.
Easy repairs, since damaged planks can be replaced without
contrasting with the pattern of surrounding boards.
Very low emissions.