Laminate Flooring Formation Process

Laminate flooring is made out of four layers: Resin top layer which makes the floor tough, the joint to connect the flooring to one another, the printed décor (texture) and the HDF core. All these layers are fused together using pressure and heat.

There are two methods which can be used to do the moulding process, Direct Pressure Laminate (DPL) and High Pressure Laminate (HPL).

DPL method uses pressure and heat which is inserted on all four layers at once, creating a strong bond. It is a traditional cost effective method. HPL method require the layers to be handled separately which are bonded to the core by applying heat and pressure. This method is quite modern and is used to create premium flooring.

Why Laminate Flooring?

1. Effective overlay of protection against wear and tear

2. Melamine impregnated decorative film

3. CoreGuard® - Super Water Resistant high density hardwood fiber board (HDF).

4. Balancing film for dimensional stability

5. State-of-the-art interlocking system

6. Waxguard+ - For a quicker installation process and for avoiding creaking noises

7. SilenPro - Optional layer to absorb sound, hence reducing the echo effect.

8. Easy to clean surface

9. Superior stain resistance

10. Superior fade resistance

11. Install in/on all grade levels, even below grade

12. Install over many different types of subfloors

13. Great impact and indentation resistance

14. Exceptional realism at affordable costs

15. Easy to replace later on, if desired