To manufacture a hardened wooden floor, we press a thin wooden layer together with a wood fiber core coated with a powder under high heat and pressure. The powder layer consists of wood powder, pigment and a binder. The wood powder comes from the waste that occurs during our production.
During the pressing, the wood layer and the wood powder are compressed at the same time as the adhesive penetrates from below. Then a hardened wood layer is formed which is reinforced with a hardened wood powder. The surface becomes many times stronger and harder. Here the difference is great compared to a traditional parquet floor where the different layers are glued together.
After hardening, the floor can be brushed, and surface treated in the same way as traditional parquet floors. The result is a real wooden floor with a real wooden feel that is also stronger, more cost-effective and more environmentally friendly!