Engineered hardwood flooring is real hardwood -- the word 'engineered' refers to the way in which it's made. Engineered hardwoods are made of several layers or 'plies' that are glued together in a cross-grain construction.
The specifications of engineered flooring with multilayer hardwood flooring
Size: 600-1900mm(length) x 70-190mm(width) x10-21mm(thickness) of the Antique Wood Floor
Top layer: 0.6mm,1mm, 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 6mm
Top layer Wood species: Oak
Base wood: multilayer engineered plywood or engineered hardwood
Edge: T&G with 4 sides micro beveled or click system
Finish: German Treffert UV lacquered or natural oiled
Formaldehyde: below 9 mg/100g
Moisture content: 6-10%
Grade: A AB ABC ABCD CD
Surface: Smooth, handscraped, wire brush
Why choose oak engineered wood flooring?
Engineered flooring, made from oak, is a really attractive and versatile flooring option, which is probably why it is so very popular. If you’re not familiar with engineered oak flooring it is a superb alternative to solid oak, simply because it looks just like the real thing, but has qualities that solid oak doesn’t have. Wood is lumbered from the oak tree and then graded before being cut into flooring planks. Oak is a particularly strong and hardwearing wood as well as being relatively abundant and affordable, which is no doubt why it is so popular.
The advantages of handcraped engineered wood flooring
1. Improves Moisture Resistance
2. Improves Dimensional Stability
3. Resists Rot & Weathering
4. Wood color is consistent throughout
5. More Environmentally Friendly than other stabilization technologies.
6. Reduced Moisture Content & Warpage