|Place of Origin||Shanghai, China|
|Surface Treatment||UV Coating|
|Product Type||SPC Flooring|
|Wear Layer||0.3mm / 0.5mm|
|Total Thickness||4.0mm / 4.5mm / 5.0mm|
|Underlay(Optional)||EVA/ IXPE, 1.0mm~2.0mm|
|Feature||Waterproof Wear Resistant Anti-slip|
|Certificate||CE / SGS / ISO9001|
Supply Ability: 100000 Square Meter/Square Meters
SPC (rigid vinyl flooring) means stone plastic composite. It also a kind of new floor like WPC appeared in recent years. In comparison, the stability of rigid vinyl is much better than other floors for its extrusion forming production technology. Inevitably, SPC is relatively harder than other floors. The density of rigid vinyl flooring reached 1.9-2ton/m3. SPC is not only has the stable and reliable physical performances, but also the chemical indexes can meet international standards
When you think of vinyl, do you think of cracked and warped flooring in old-fashioned blue bathrooms and yellow kitchens? A lot has changed in the vinyl flooring market since the 50s and 60s: vinyl flooring evolved into thicker and more durable luxury tiles which could withstand a lot more moisture but also had the potential to suffer in certain conditions. Since the advent of vinyl flooring, there have been radical advancements in the construction technology of the planks, and common perceptions have not necessarily kept up to date with what’s currently on the market.
Luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) became very popular in recent times owing to their ability to withstand more heat than their update counterparts and to shrug off topical water, making them a good fit for kitchens and bathrooms. In the past couple of years or so, a new entrant on the retail/domestic scene has made waves in décor and flooring: stone plastic composite (SPC) flooring, which to date, is the ultimate vinyl flooring when it comes to dimensional stability, thanks to a core board fortified with stone powder.
With so many different vinyl products in the retail flooring space today, from glue down sheet, dry lay plank, click joint panels, it is sometimes difficult to make an informed choice about which is the most suitable product for your particular project. Check out the table below for a comparison of LVT tiles and rigid vinyl floors.