Why should you choose Plywood as a material for producing wood flooring?
With many outstanding advantages in quality and aesthetics, high-quality plywood is used to produce flooring, serving the needs of users in many aspects.
High load-bearing capacity
Plywood must be durable and strong in order to be considered a reliable flooring material. Plywood has an odd number of layers (3, 5, 7, …), with one layer in the center, which optimizes load-bearing capability. Furthermore, the tightly controlled production process, along with specialized glues, results in a strong binding for the board. As a result, laminate flooring is more resilient and lasts longer than other materials, allowing you to save money on replacement and maintenance.
Wooden flooring is frequently exposed to water, particularly in areas such as corridors, kitchens, and bathrooms. As a result, when selecting flooring, water resistance characteristics must be considered. There will inevitably be days when the humidity is fairly high, especially in a place with a harsh environment like Vietnam. For industrial plywood floors, this is no longer an issue.
The plywood manufacturing process has been meticulously treated to reduce water ingress. Furthermore, the glues employed, such as MUF (Melamine Urea Formaldehyde), PF (Phenolic), and others, assist the veneer to be water resistant. Additionally, some forms of wood, such as film-faced plywood, are evaluated over time. Boil for 24 hours, 36 hours, 48 hours, 72 hours, etc., while keeping a stable structure and avoiding peeling or separating layers.
Plywood can be covered with a number of surfaces, including veneer, film, laminate, and melamine, in a variety of colors, veins, and patterns. As a result, customers may easily select the sort of flooring that best suits their demands. Container flooring is often lined with film-faced plywood. Melamine plywood or laminated plywood is commonly used on the floors of houses, offices, mezzanines, and other structures. Furthermore, plywood surfaces are simple to clean, sterilize, and condition. This saves a significant amount of time and work.
Easy to construct
This is another significant benefit of this sort of industrial plywood. During the manufacturing process, plywood is dried to an appropriate moisture content of 8% – 12%. Furthermore, pressed wood is machine-compatible and holds screws well, making sawing, cutting, and installation easier than with other materials.
Safe for human health
Glue is a vital component that has a direct impact on the board’s connection, bearing capacity, and water resistance. Formaldehyde is a required ingredient in glues used in industrial pressed wood manufacture. When exposed to high quantities over an extended period of time, this material can harm human health by causing irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, skin, and other organs, as well as cancer. Recognizing that several guidelines are presently in place to regulate the quantity of Formaldehyde contained in glue and emitted into the environment.
All of the glues used fulfill E0 criteria, with emission levels of around 0.021 ppm (0.007 ppm). As a result, while choosing our flooring, customers may be confident in both the user’s health and the quality.
Being environmentally friendly
Industrial pressed wood is a green material since the raw materials are harvested from Vietnamese planted forests, reducing the use of planted forest wood. This contributes to the protection of the natural ecosystem, hence ensuring human life.
AMC Vietnam recognizes its environmental responsibilities. We participated in FCS earlier, so the wood used to make our plywood was all from the same source.
Several types of flooring are popular
Because of the mix of color and lining features that produce appeal, there are currently numerous spaces with diverse floor areas. AMC Vietnam introduces some popular flooring designs below:
This is the most basic form, often known as straight-line lining, and is familiar to nearly every consumer. Plywood is positioned one after the other from the corner of the room until it covers the entire space in this style. The joints are fitted straight together, and the following row is spaced 1/2 or 1/3 the length of the previous row, creating a spacious and airy environment. Furthermore, its straight-line flooring reduces material loss, saving clients money on construction costs.
Chevron is a V-shaped herringbone timber floor covering that has gained popularity in recent years. The timber panels are beveled at sharp angles according to the project’s standard measurements and stacked together to form a 45-degree angle junction according to strict criteria. When viewed from multiple angles, this style generates a 3D effect, stimulating users. Chevron meets the criterion of reducing material loss and saving time.
In addition to Chevron, Herringbone is a sort of herringbone flooring that has long been utilized in Western royal palaces. The plywood panels are perpendicular to one another, resulting in a uniquely symmetrical row of wood around the axis. This style of lining is laid perpendicularly at 90 degrees, making it ideal for vast rooms where clients strive for perfection in every aspect.