Laminate

Laminate

The surface and structure of laminate flooring is especially important for the look and character that the floor gives your home. To laymen, the difference between laminate and real wood is no longer noticeable because laminate flooring is becoming increasingly similar to its natural model. This is also thanks to improved surface structures.
Laminate is fundamentally composed of several layers.

Layer 1:
First, the uppermost laminate layer consists of an overlay to protect against wear and tear and a design layer, which depending on the production process is made from one or several layers. The surface coating is composed of a special synthetic resin-treated cellulose to give the floor a tough, durable surface. The decorative layer gives the laminate flooring an attractive appearance.

Layer 2:
Under the decorative pattern is the wooden composite core (HDF).

Layer 3:
At the base on the back of the HDF core you will find a watertight layer that improves the structural stability and serves as a moisture barrier.

All three layers are permanently bonded with resin, heat and pressure. DPL stands for “Direct Pressure Laminate”.

If you are deciding what type of flooring you would like to have in your home in the future, you can choose Krono Original® laminate flooring with a good conscience. The advantages are self-evident: stylish design, long-term durability, high performance surfaces and easy care.

Laminate need not fear comparison with other types of flooring surfaces –far from it! The technology in the manufacture of laminate flooring has been developed to ensure that laminate offers stylish quality that can be seen. Laminate combines a number of advantages that hardly any other type of flooring can offer.

Once you get to know the advantages Krono Original® laminate has to offer, you won’t have to ask: why laminate? Instead, you will find choosing this robust and durable flooring to be an easy decision.
Krono Original® laminate floors are:


    Robust: Impact, shock, and pressure-resistant. Scratch and abrasion-resistant due to its especially hard surface finish.
    Durable: concentrated single loads from furniture or other heavy objects will not damage Krono Original® laminate flooring, and normally no pressure marks remain.
    Heat-proof: Krono Original® laminate flooring is flame resistant.
    Light-fast: Krono Original® laminate flooring will not discolour or fade from direct exposure to sunlight – our flooring is UV light resistant.
    Natural: Krono Original® laminates are made from 90 per cent wood, which is sourced from sustainable forestry practices.
    Easy to install: quickly and easily thanks to the Krono Original® Twin Clic System and the 1clic2go System.
    Multi-Patent Indemnity: enjoy the guarantee provided by multi-patent protection for all of our products and unlimited product use in the adhesive-free click systems.
    Anti-allergy: dust, dander and hair have no place to hide.
    Conveys heat: suitable for warm water underfloor heating systems
    Long-lasting: length of life for laminate flooring in a living room is 15 to 20 years
    Integrated Aqua Stop System: Waterproofed HDF (high density fibreboard) base provides the highest core protection
    Perfect and natural-looking laying pattern: Extra-long panel end pieces (min. 12 cm) to avoid the appearance of a bothersome “building block” look.
    Perfect fitting accuracy: thanks to high-tech production, invisible joints guarantee protection against moisture and dirt, an accurate fit and a natural laying pattern.

Date

22 January 2015

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Laminate
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