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Technical Data for Richwood laminate flooring

CharacteristicsTest StandardUnitStandard or Rating
HDF densityGB/T18102-2007KG/M3≥850
Class 23EN13329
general residential use in living rooms and dining rooms
Class 31EN13329
more varied locations, such as small offices and other light commercial location
Class 32EN13329
higher traffic commercial areas such as boutiques, busier offices, and restaurant
Abrasion resistanceEN13329, Annex ERAC3≥2000
Formaldehyde E1EN717-1MG/M30.124
Length ToleranceEN13329, Annex AMM≤0.5
Width ToleranceMM≤0.2
Thickness ToleranceMM≤0.5
Squareness of the elementMM≤0.2
Straightness of the surface layerMM/M≤0.3
Flatness of the element%f w, concave ≤ 0,15 %       f l, concave ≤ 0,50 %
Openings between elements(mm)EN13329, Annex BMMaverage ≤ 0.15
max ≤ 0.20
Height difference between elements(mm)MMaverage ≤ 0.10
max ≤ 0.15
Dimensional variations after changes in relative humidityEN13329, Annex CMM≤0.9mm
Light fastnessEN ISO105-B02
Blue wool scale ≥6
EN 20105-A02
Gery scale ≥4
Static indentationEN433MMNo visible change
Surface soundnessEN13329, Annex DN/MM2≥100
Impact ResistanceEN13329, Annex FMMIC2
Resistance to stainingEN438
5, No visible changes
Resistance to cigarette burnsEN438
Effect of a furniture legEN424
No visible changes
Effect of a castor chairEN425
No visible changes
Thickness Swelling rate(%)EN13329, Annex G%≤18
Slip resistanceEN14041

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