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Glue Down Vinyl Flooring Plank
Dimensions: 6” by 36”, 6” by 48”, 7” by 48”, 9” by 48” Overall Thickness: 2.5mm Wear Layer Thickness: 0.10mm (4 mil), 0.20mm (8 mil), 0.30mm (12 mil)0.50mm(20mil) Surface Treatment: UV Cured Coating Warranty: Lifetime Residential, 10 Years Light Commercial Construction: Multi-layered product consisting of core layers, wear layer, printed film and backing Recycle Content: 100% Virgin PVC, product contains a minimum of 10% trim recycle Embossing:Wood grain, line emboss, hand scratch, Steel plate grainChat Now
Glue down vinyl flooring plank
What is the difference between multi-layer solid wood flooring and plywood?
Plywood is a plate made up of three or more layers of veneers arranged side by side and glued together according to the principle of symmetry. Plywood is generally divided into four grades: first-class, second-class, third-class, etc., first-class and second-class products are mainly used for high-grade architectural decoration, high-grade furniture, musical instruments and electrical enclosures, etc., which require material and processing precision. High; third-class products and other foreign products are commonly used in low-grade architectural decoration, packaging materials and other plywood, which have low requirements on material processing accuracy and low price. The reason why many consumers mistake the solid wood composite floor for plywood is that the two are structurally similar.
But in fact, the two are related and different. The connection lies in the core layer of the multi-layer parquet. For flooring-specific plywood, it must meet the requirements of the second grade of plywood. The difference is that plywood is only one of the many raw materials for making multi-layer parquet. In addition to plywood, multi-layer solid wood flooring also requires special paint finishes (usually precious trees), backboards, etc. Secondly, the finished products of multi-layer solid wood composite flooring are more strict than plywood in terms of processing precision, appearance quality and surface treatment. For example, for the surface paint film and sealing of plywood, the national standard does not require, and the multi-layer solid wood composite flooring pays attention to Surface paint film adhesion and surface wear resistance. These differences also lead to the fact that the two are not in the same cost of production. In general, the manufacturing cost per square meter of plywood is only 10%-20% of the cost of solid wood composite flooring.