Process for adding precision match, dimensional stability, and moisture resistance to solid wood flooring
This process, unique to the flooring industry, includes moulding, sanding, and then adding dimensional stability and moisture resistance to solid wood flooring by sealing all six sides of each piece. In addition to the moisture resistance and superior dimensional stability, accurate moulding and minimal precision sanding result in optimum fit, less overwood. The final result is a prefinished floor that rivals that of a jobsite finished floor.
Composite wood flooring
A fiber reinforced composite wood flooring is designed particularly for use in van-type truck trailers which experience adverse operating conditions due to heavy lift truck traffic on the top side and water spray during rainy periods on the bottom side. The composite wood flooring comprises edge-glued laminated wood which is underlaid with a thin layer of fiber reinforced plastic. The top surface of the composite wood floor is the same as that of a conventional laminated wood floor. The fiber reinforced plastic underlay is composed of glass and/or carbon fibers embedded in a polymeric resin such as epoxy, phenolic, vinyl ester, polypropylene or polyamide resin. The fiber reinforcement is designed to enhance the mechanical properties of the flooring in the longitudinal and transverse directions of the floor. The fiber reinforced plastic improves the fatigue resistance of the composite wood flooring and prevents water leakage into the trailer through the floor boards.
Back grooved wood flooring composed of hpl, waterproof plywood and soundproof layer, and method of manufactruing the same
Disclosed herein is a back-grooved laminate wood flooring in which a high pressure melamine laminate (HPL) is laminated on a waterproof plywood layer. The back-grooved laminate wood flooring comprises an upper HPL (20), an adhesive layer (40) and a waterproof plywood layer (10) wherein the upper HPL (20) includes a second core layer (25), a first core layer (23), a decorative paper layer (22) and a surface-protective paper layer (21) layered in this order from the bottom, the upper HPL (20) and waterproof plywood layer (10) are adhered to each other by the adhesive layer (40), and the waterproof plywood layer (10) is back grooved.
Wood flooring composed of wpl, base and soundproof layer
Disclosed herein is a back-grooved laminate wood flooring in which a wood veneer of high pressure resin impregnation laminate (WPL) is laminated on a base selected from a vinyl chloride (PVC) resin layer, on oriented strand board (OSB), a high-density fiberboard (HDF) and a waterproof plywood. More specifically, the back-grooved laminate wood flooring comprises a WPL (20), an adhesive layer (40) and a base (10) (a polyvinyl chloride resin layer, OSB, HDF or waterproof plywood) wherein the WPL (20) includes a base-reinforcing layer (24), a natural veneer layer (23), a resin-impregnated overlay layer (22) and a surface UV coating layer (21) layered in this order from the bottom. The back-grooved laminate wood flooring further exhibits excellent soundproofing performance.
Wood flooring laminated with high pressure veneer and impregnated low weight printing paper
Disclosed herein is a UV surface-coated laminate wood flooring for an under-floor heating system comprising a back-grooved base, an adhesive layer and a printed wood veneer layer wherein the printed wood veneer layer is produced by impregnating and coating a low-basis weight printed paper with a thermoplastic or thermosetting resin, integrally forming the paper layer with a low-price reinforcing layer by pressing under high pressure, treating the surface of the paper layer with an acryl based primer, and coating the primer-treated paper layer with a solvent-free type UV coating paint, and wherein the back-grooved base and the printed wood veneer layer are adhered to each other by the adhesive layer.
Combination structure of a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) solid wood flooring
A combination structure of a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) solid wood flooring each unit of which having a plastic base and a solid wood panel. The plastic base is constructed as an elongated body and made of plastics by an injection molding procedure. The plastic base includes a smooth surface and a hollow bottom side with a plurality of supporting feet for providing a sufficient supporting force to the solid wood panel. Two adjacent sides of the plastic base are respectively fitted with a female portion having a U-shaped cross section while the other adjacent sides thereof are respectively provided with a male portion downwardly extended therefrom and tightly fittable into the female portion. The solid wood panel is adapted to the dimensions of the smooth surface of the plastic base and glued thereover.
Wood flooring with laminated wood and plastic layers using symmetric structure and method of manufacturing the same
It is provided a wood flooring laminated wood and plastic layers symmetric to each other and method of manufacturing the same. The wood flooring has an upper layer including laminated wood, a core layer including plastic sheets manufactured by calendaring, and a lower layer including veneer board, the lower layer being made of the same material as the upper layer, which are piled up symmetrically in order to keep the balance between the upper layer and lower layer, and then integrated under a constant temperature and pressure to form a suitable layers made by wood and plastic, thereby providing natural feeling in surface and solving the problem of distortion according to the change of environment.
Clamp unit for Do-It-Yourself (DIY) solid wood flooring
The invention relates to a clamp unit for Do-It-Yourself (DIY) solid wood flooring having a first clamp, a second clamp and two spring clips. The first clamp includes a first protrusion, a T-shape protrusion disposed at the junction of two adjacent solid wood panels, and a tongue formed on the inner side of the first clamp and extended along a first clamp groove. The second clamp includes a second protrusion, a groove formed at the inner side of the second clamp and matching the tongue of the first clamp for engaging into each other, and a second clamp groove formed inside of the second clamp. The spring clips each include an opening mouth that fits tightly into the first and second grooves so that the first and second clamp are merged into one clamp unit. This allows the gap between the solid wood panels to automatically adjust and is suitable for irregular floor configurations.