|SPC Flooring Specification|
|Thickness||3.8mm, 4mm, 4.2mm, 5mm, 5.5mm, 6mm|
|Wear Layer||0.2mm, 0.3mm, 0.5mm|
|Size||910*148mm, 1220*178mm, 1500*228mm, 1800*228mm, etc.|
|Surface||Crystal, Light/Deep Embossed, Real Wood, Handscraped|
|Core Material||100% virgin material|
|Click System||Unilin Click, Drop Lock(I4F)|
|Special treatment||V-Groove, Soundproof EVA/IXPE|
A. Spc Flooring Plank
B. Spc Flooring Tile
SPC Flooring Backing
Plain EVA Backing
Deep Embossed Surface
Handscraped Spc Flooring
Beveled Edge Types
Micro V-Groove Beveled
V Groove Painted
What is Difference Between the 100% Virgin Spc Flooring and Recycled Spc Flooring ?
Spc Flooring Waterproof Quality Test
Unilin Click 1
Unilin Click 2
SPC Floor Packing List
|SPC Floor Packing List|
|Remarks: The quantity per container can be adjusted according to the limited weight of container for different port.|
SPC Floor Anti-scracth Test
SPC Floor Fireproof Test
SPC Floor Waterproof Test
Blackbutt Spc Flooring Project in Australia – 1
Spotted Gum Spc Flooring Project in Australia – 2
SPC Floor Protection Process
4 SPC Health Board
7 SPC Click Macking Machine
2 SPC Coextrusion Machine
5 SPC Quality Test
8 Foam Adding Machine
3 UV Machine
6 SPC Cutting Machine/strong>
A. Drop Click Spc Flooring Installation
B. Unilin Click Spc Flooring Installation
SPC FLOORING INSTALLATION METHOD
1. First, determine how you want the flooring to run. Typically for plank products, the flooring runs the length of the room. There may be exceptions since it is all a matter of preference.
2. To avoid narrow plank widths or short planks lengths near the walls/ doors, it’s important to do some pre-planning. Using the width of the room, calculate how many full boards will fit into the area and how much space remains that will need to be covered by partial planks. Divide the remaining space by two to calculate the width of the partial planks. Do the same along the length.
3. Note that the first row of planks does not need to be trimmed in width, it will be necessary to cut off the unsupported tongue so that a clean, solid edge is toward the wall.
4. 8mm expansion gaps should be kept from the wall during the installation. This will allow space the natural expansion gaps and contraction of the planks.
5. The planks should be installed from right to left. From the top right corner of the room, put the first plank in place so that both the head and side seam grooves are exposed.
6. Install the second plank in the first row by angling the short side tongue into the long side groove of the first plank.
7. To start the second row, cut a plank that is at least 152.4mm shorter than the first plank by inserting the long side tongue into the groove of the plank in the first row.
8. Install the second plank in the second row by inserting the short side tongue into the previously installed first plank long side groove.
9. Align the plank so the short side tongue tip is positioned just over the groove lip of the plank in the first row.
10. Using gentle force and at a 20-30 degree angle, push the short side tongue into the groove of the adjourning plank by sliding along the long side seam. You may need to lift the plank to the right of it slightly to allow for the “sliding” action.
11. The remaining planks can be installed in the room using the same technique. Make sure the required expansion gaps are maintained against all fixed vertical parts (such as walls, doors, cabinets etc).
12. The planks can be cut easily with a utility knife, just score the top of the plank and snap the plank in two.
|Characteristic||Test Specification and Result|
|Sizes (in inches)||6×36; 6×48; 7×48; 8×48; 9×48; 12×24; 12×48; 12×36; 18×36|
|Thickness||3.8mm, 4.0mm, 4.5mm, 5.0mm, 5.5mm, 6.0mm|
|Attachment / Backing||1.5mm or 2.0mm IXPE and EVA|
|Squareness||ASTM F2055 – Passes – 0.010 in. max|
|Size and Tolerance||ASTM F2055 – Passes – +0.016 in per linear foot|
|Thickness||ASTM F386 – Passes – Nominal +0.005 in.|
|Flexibility||ASTM F137 – Passes – ≤1.0 in., no cracks or breaks|
|Dimensional Stability||ASTM F2199 – Passes – ≤ 0.024 in. per linear foot|
|Heavy Metal Presence / Absence||EN 71-3 C — Meets Spec. (Lead, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Cadmium, Chromium, Mercury and Selenium).|
|Smoke Generation Resistance||EN ISO 9239-1 (Critical Flux) Results 9.1|
|Smoke Generation Resistance, Non-Flaming Mode||EN ISO|
|Flammability||ASTM E648- Class 1 Rating|
|Residual Indentation||ASTM F1914 – Passes – Average less than 8%|
|Static Load Limit||ASTM-F-970 Passes 1000psi|
|Requirements for Wear Group pr||EN 660-1 Thickness Loss 0.30<I<0.60 prEN 660-2 Volume Los 7.5<F <15.0|
|Slip Resistance||ASTM D2047 – Passes – > 0.6 Wet, 0.6 Dry|
|Resistance to Light||ASTM F1515 – Passes – ∧E ≤ 8|
|Resistance to Heat||ASTM F1514 – Passes – ∧E ≤ 8|
|Electrical Behavior (ESD)||EN 1815: 1997 2,0 kV when tested at 23 C+1 C|
|Underfloor Heating||Suitable for installing over under floor heating.|
|Curling After Exposure to Heat||EN 434 < 2mm pass|
|Recycled Vinyl Content||Approximately 40%|
|Recyclability||Can be recycled|
|Product Warranty||10-Year Commercial & 15-Year Residential|
|Floorscore Certified||Certificate Provided Upon Request|