How to Produce Engineered Hardwood Flooring? Engineered Hardwood Produce

How to Produce Engineered Hardwood Flooring?

How to Produce Engineered Hardwood Flooring?

How to produce engineered hardwood? As the name implies, engineered hardwood flooring are produced with the effect of heat and pressure, resulting in the lamination of different types of trees by cutting and pasting them into thin plates. The variety of trees used during this production directly affects the durability and longevity of engineered hardwood flooring.

Generally, engineered hardwood flooring producers use low quality wood in the lower layer to reduce costs and prefer to produce parquet at reasonable prices. But as Ligno Parquet, we use the Okoume tree, a very precious African tree, in the lower layer of engineered hardwood flooring. Okoume tree is very resistant to water, heat changes and floor heating thanks to its porous and hard structure. This enables to keep the form of the product for long years.

"Marine-Contra" technology that we use in production is a technique which is obtained by cutting the trees into thin plates and sticking the tree in the direction of water and direction. In this view, the tree that is used in the upper layer is prevented from working effects such as rotation, balancing or breaking. In the upper layer of engineered hardwood flooring we use about 3,5 mm. thick wood coating. The walnut and oak tree with the highest degree of hardness and the highest visual quality is the most preferred tree varieties as Ligno Parquet. Color change and polish application can be done 3 times in engineered hardwood flooring we produce and it can be used for many years.