LAMINATED WOODEN FLOORING

laminate-wooden-flooringA multi-layer synthetic flooring product bonded together under extreme heat and pressure without toxic chemicals with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood (or sometimes stone) with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer. Laminate flooring has grown significantly in popularity, perhaps because of its cost competitiveness, easy installation and maintenance than more traditional surfaces such as hardwood flooring. While the flooring is very similar to real wood, stone and ceramic, they feature defensive layers that resist wear/tear, protects from abrasions and moisture.

Wooden Flooring, Interior Flooring, Bangalore
Overlay:
Top layer protects laminate flooring from scratches.
Decor Paper:
Decorative layer, which gives different
alternative colours and designs to laminate flooring.
HDF:
High density fiberboard.
Balance Paper:
Bottom layer, which protects from humidity
and distortion, provides stabilization.

The essential difference between the two grades(AC4 and AC3) is the density of the High-density Fibreboard (HDF) used and the number of abrasion cycles it can withstand. They have the same thickness of the Décor Paper being 0.10mm; aluminium oxide coating bearing  90-100 microns supported by balancing paper at the bottom of thickness 0.10mm precisely.

CLASSIFICATIONS
HOUSES OFFICES
Low Medium High Low Medium High
Abrasion classes 21 22 23 31 32 33
AC1 AC2 AC3 AC4 AC5
Average abrasion value > 900 > 1800 > 2500 > 4000 > 6500

AC4

Catalogue - Laminate Wooden flooring AC4 - EuroWoods-3

AC3

Catalogue - Laminate Wooden Flooring AC3 - Euro Woods-18