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WPC hollow floor Introduction

 
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 21, 2016 10:37 am    Post subject: WPC hollow floor Introduction Reply with quote

Hollow wood flooring, wood flooring and some approximation, and therefore often mistaken called the wooden floor. In fact, they are two completely different floor.

WPC hollow floor Category:
1, according to the resin used Category: PVC flooring, vinyl chloride - vinyl flooring, polypropylene, polyethylene floor. Most of the wood floor is a first hollow
2, according to the classification of the production process: calendering floor, hot pressing floor, floor coating method (mass release)
3, according to shape classification: coil, sheet
4, according to the scope of application Category: sports flooring, commercial flooring, home floor
5, according to the structure classification: homogeneity through the heart-shaped, compound type.

WPC hollow floor Note: Protection Protection is the key, stains just something for the good of the floor protection work.

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