The main difference between SPC and Wood Veneer SPC (WSPC or VSPC) is that WSPC has a real wood layer in place of the decorative vinyl film, giving the tile a perfectly realistic look.
WSPC is not to be confused with WPC, which is another type of engineered vinyl tile with a core made of a wood plastic composite, which is more comfortable but less resistant.
The advantage on a visual level is that the tiles made with real wood veneer have no pattern repetition and are different from one another, therefore they can recreate the original surface of wood pavements with their characteristic grain, maintaining the impact and water resistance of SPC flooring.
|Material||Real Wood +100% virgin material|
|Top wear layer||0.6mm/ 1.2mm |
|warranty||15-20years for residental , 10years for light commercial|
|Color||Various colors and wood types|
|Surface treatment||UV coating|
|Special treatment||Embossed or Smooth|
|Design style||wood grain|
|Sqm/20'FCL||2948 square meters|
100% waterproof, Stain-resistance
Top real veneer
Easy to Installation and maintenance
How to install the SPC Flooring?
Adjust row so end cut is not less than 8".
Use shims to allow 3/8" expansion gap between the planks and the walls, or stationary interior room objects, so there is room for normal expansion and movement.
Starting from the LEFT with the tongue facing the wall,carefully place the first board in place.
Align the next piece by overlapping the short end of the first board, Engage the short end at a 45° angel of the tongue and groove. The board must be flat to engage completely. Tap lightly into place by using a rubber mallet and tapping block to firmly lock short end. Continue in this manner until reaching the final plank in the first row.
Cut the final board piece to length.
Begin the second row with the cutpiece from the first row. If the cut piece is shorter than 8" (20cm), do not use it. Instead, begin with a new board to the left as necessary to align the edges of the end joint of the first row. Carefully push the board down until the gongue and groove lock together on the long side and ends.
Position the first board of the second row in place by engling it up slightly, pushing forward and interlocking the long side of the tongue. Slide the board to the left as necessary to align the edges of the end joint of the first row.
Carefully pushthe board down until the tongue and groove lock together on the long side and ends.
Install second board of the second row (same as step 4 above). Slide close to the end joint without touching it. Ensure board lays flat.
Attach a scrap piece of floor to bridge gap between ends of planks.
Tap firmly but gently on end joint with a rubber mallet and tapping block to fully engage short end. Before moving on the next board, ensure the end joints are flush and tight.
Install the remaining boards and rows in the same container.
Cut the last board to size. If necessary, complete the tight fit by tapping the board into place with a pull bar.
Whenever practical, use cut pieces from previous rows as the starter board to reduce waste.
Maintain 8" spacing between end joints after the first rows for best apperance.
|Thickness Over All||EN 428||6.0mm, 7.0mm, 8.00mm, 9.50mm|
|Thickness Wear Layer||EN 429||0.6mm/ 1.2mm|
|Pell Strength of Layers||EN 431||Pass|
|Shear Forces of Layers||EN 432||Good|
|Residual Indentations||EN 433||Mean Value ≤ 0.1mm|
|Dimension Stability||EN 434||Shrinkage ≤ 0.12%|
|Curling ≤ 1.2mm|
|Resistance to Chemicals||EN 423||Class 0|
|Castot Chair Continuous||EN 425||No Disturbance|
|Light Fastness||ISO 105 B02||≥ 6|
|Resistance to Fire||ASTM E84-03||NFPA Class B1|
|Slip Resistance||DIN 51130||R9|