Çamsan Avangard Jointed Laminate Flooring 10mm Authentic Oak - description
Çamsan Avangard Jointed Laminate Flooring 10mm Authentic Oak
Plate size: 1380 mm x 142.5 mm x 10 mm
Laminate flooring is a multi-layered synthetic flooring type that is most commonly encountered indoors in daily life. The overall composition of laminate flooring consists of three layers. The base layer of laminate flooring is a waterproof layer under the base that increases structural stability and acts as a moisture barrier. It is a thick, middle layer wood composite base. The top layer of laminate flooring is the wear-resistant surface and decorative layer, which may consist of more than one layer, depending on the production process. The surface coating of laminate flooring consists of cellulose treated with a special artificial resin to provide a hard and durable surface.
Laminate Flooring Advantages
Laminate floors are durable, scratch and abrasion resistant thanks to their special hard surface coating.
They are flame resistant products with heat proof properties.
Laminate floors are products that either fade very slowly or do not fade at all, even if they are directly exposed to UV rays.
Installation is quick and easy.
To buy as a set or just to buy parquet depends on your preference. If you wish, you can add 3mm and 5mm kapron options and skirting boards to your cart with special prices for you when you buy them from our site.
Thanks to the Blue Angel Certificate in laminate flooring, you can have healthier floors.
Thanks to these anti-allergic products, dust has no place to hide.
You can prefer it in underfloor heating systems as it transmits heat.
It is long-lasting thanks to correct use. For example; the life of a laminate flooring in the living room can be up to 15-20 years.
While it is easily placed with its non-slip feature; Thanks to its high-tech production, there is a natural flooring arrangement that provides protection against moisture and dirt at the joints.
Jointed Laminate Flooring
The joints in parquets are not like the joint gaps found in tiles or ceramics. When ceramics are called joints, a gap is left between them, while laminates do not leave any gaps. After the application of jointed laminate flooring is completed, no joint filling is performed. The joint in laminate flooring; It is a 1mm wide V-shaped protrusion at the junction of two laminate plates. When the two plates come together, this V-shaped protrusion between them adds an appearance of space to the parquets. But in reality this is not a gap but just an image, normally in jointed parquets, the plates are in a complete union.
Jointed parquets are no different from jointless parquets in terms of cleaning and maintenance. It can be easily cleaned with the help of a cloth. Jointed parquet models generally make the space look wider and add a different atmosphere to the environment. It is a model frequently preferred by architects as it creates a more aesthetic appearance.
The issue you need to pay attention to in jointed parquets; that the items on it do not scratch the parquet. In order not to damage the intersection points, be careful not to drag your belongings while carrying them. In this way, your parquet will last much longer.
Parquet Classes – Parquet Wear Classes
When choosing your laminate flooring, which is one of the important parts of home decoration, it is useful to know the abrasion classes. Parquet grades show that the durability and quality increase as you go from small to large. Parquet classes are generally divided into 21, 22, 23, 31, 32 and 33. Parquet wear classes are also grouped as AC3, AC4, AC5 and these groups indicate the durability of the parquet.
21st and 22nd class parquets are preferred in places where human density is very low.
32nd and 33rd class parquets are preferred in places where human density is very high.
The most ideal parquet in home designs is 31st class parquets.
Laminate floors of class (AC3): preferred in rooms with a small load and walking density. Its service life can be up to 8-10 years, according to careful use. They are the most preferred and the most affordable products in terms of price.
32 (AC4) class laminate flooring: preferred in rooms with an average load weight. The service life can be up to 10-15 years. It is one of the ideal types of parquet that is not high priced.
(AC5-6) class laminate flooring: It is preferred in rooms with a heavy load. It is a type of parquet that can be used up to 15-20 years by keeping the load constant.
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