This product is packaged and sold by the box, covering an area of 19.38 sqft per box.
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This product has CE Certification.
Certified by Floor Score.
This product is VOC Free Certified.

Technical Details For This Vinyl Plank Flooring Product

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Home's Pro
Brand: The brand refers to the company that manufactures or supplies the flooring product. Knowing the brand can give you an idea of the product's quality, durability, and overall reputation in the market.
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Collection: This refers to a specific line or range of flooring products offered by the brand. Collections often have a common theme, design, or set of features and are curated to meet particular aesthetic or functional needs.
Model Code
Model Code: This is a unique identifier often related to the color or specific design of the product within its collection. The manufacturer uses this code to differentiate between various styles, finishes, or hues available, making it easier for you to find the exact product you're looking for.
Model Name
Model Name: This is the more user-friendly name given to the product, as opposed to the Model Code. Often descriptive and easier to remember, the Model Name gives you a quick idea of the product's style, color, or special features. It serves as an easy reference when discussing or searching for the product.
CE Certification
CE Certification: This indicates that the flooring product complies with European safety, health, and environmental requirements, as outlined by relevant European directives. A CE mark on the product signifies that it has passed rigorous testing and quality control measures. The certification is widely recognized and often required for products sold within the European Economic Area (EEA), but it is also respected globally as a mark of quality and safety.
Floor Score
Certifies compliance with rigorous indoor air quality requirements. FloorScore® certification ensures that hard surface flooring and adhesives are tested for compliance with rigorous indoor air quality requirements. FloorScore ® is the most recognized indoor air quality (IAQ) certification standard for hard surface flooring materials, adhesives, and underlayments. Developed by SCS with the Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI), a leading industry trade association of flooring manufacturers and suppliers, it qualifies for many green building schemes including LEED v4, WELL, BREEAM, and CHPS.
VOC Free Certified
VOC Free Certified: This certification indicates that the flooring product emits no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), which are chemicals that can evaporate into the air and potentially cause health issues or contribute to indoor air pollution. VOC Free Certified flooring is a healthier choice for indoor environments, especially for those with allergies, asthma, or chemical sensitivities.
SGS Certified
SGS Certified: This means the flooring product has undergone rigorous testing by SGS, a recognized third-party inspection, verification, testing, and certification company. The certification assures that the product meets specific safety, quality, and performance standards. SGS certification often covers aspects like durability, chemical emissions, and environmental impact, providing an extra layer of confidence in the product's quality and safety
Plank Color (Group)
Plank Color (Group): This refers to the general color classification of the flooring planks. This grouping is not defined by the manufacturer but is a logical categorization to help customers filter and compare products with similar color tones more easily.
Underpad Thickness
1.5 mm
Underpad Thickness: This specifies the thickness of the attached underpad, if applicable. The thickness of the underpad can affect both comfort and insulation properties. A thicker underpad generally offers better sound dampening and a softer feel when walking on the flooring.
Dimensional Stability - X Direction (ISO 23999-2008)
0.05 percent
Dimensional Stability - X Direction (ISO 23999-2008): This is a technical specification that measures how much the flooring material will expand, contract, or deform along its length when exposed to changes in temperature and humidity. It adheres to ISO 23999-2008 standards, ensuring that the flooring meets certain quality benchmarks for dimensional stability.
Dimensional Stability - Y Direction (ISO 23999:2008)
-0.12 percent
Dimensional Stability - Y Direction (ISO 23999:2008): This measures the flooring material's ability to maintain its original dimensions along its width when exposed to varying conditions such as temperature and humidity. It is a quality assurance measure that adheres to the ISO 23999:2008 standard, providing a benchmark for the flooring's stability in the Y-direction.
Stain Resistance (ISO 26987:2008)
0 - Not Affected
Stain Resistance (ISO 26987:2008): This refers to the flooring material's ability to resist stains, measured according to the ISO 26987:2008 standard. It provides a benchmark for how well the flooring can withstand common household stains, indicating the quality and ease of maintenance you can expect.
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Slip Resistance (DIN 51130)
Slip Resistance (DIN 51130): This indicates the slip resistance of the flooring according to the DIN 51130 standard. This metric is crucial for safety, especially in areas that may be prone to wet or slippery conditions. A higher slip resistance rating means the flooring provides better grip, reducing the risk of slips and falls.
Residual Indentation (ISO 24343-1:2007)
0.01 mm
Residual Indentation (ISO 24343-1:2007): This specification measures how well the flooring recovers its original shape after being subjected to a load or pressure. The test is conducted in accordance with the ISO 24343-1:2007 standard. A lower residual indentation value indicates that the flooring has better resilience and ability to regain its original form after pressure is removed. This is an important consideration for areas with heavy foot traffic or where furniture may be placed.
Curling After Exposure to Heat (ISO 23999:2008)
-0.09 mm
Curling After Exposure to Heat (ISO 23999:2008): This metric evaluates how much the flooring material curls or warps when subjected to elevated temperatures, in accordance with the ISO 23999:2008 standard. It is an important measure of the product's thermal stability and indicates how well the flooring will maintain its shape in conditions of varying heat, such as direct sunlight or underfloor heating. Lower curling values suggest better heat resistance and dimensional stability of the flooring material.
STC Rating
74 rating
STC Rating: STC stands for Sound Transmission Class, a measure that evaluates how well a material attenuates airborne sound, like voices or music. An STC rating provides an idea of how much sound a flooring material will either block or allow to pass through. Higher STC ratings indicate better sound insulation properties, making the flooring a good choice for settings where noise reduction is a priority. This is particularly important in multi-level buildings or spaces that require a quieter environment.
IIC Rating
IIC 70 – Virtually Sound Proof
"IIC Rating": IIC stands for Impact Insulation Class, which is a measure used to evaluate a floor's ability to absorb and reduce impact noise, such as footsteps or dropped objects. A higher IIC rating indicates better impact sound insulation, meaning the floor is better at minimizing noise heard in the room below. This rating is particularly important in multi-story residential or commercial buildings, where impact noise can be a concern for occupants.
2000 kg/m3
"Density": This refers to the mass per unit volume of the flooring material, often measured in pounds per cubic foot (pcf) or kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³). A higher density usually indicates a more durable and stable product that is less susceptible to dents and wear over time. Understanding the density can help you gauge the quality and longevity of the flooring.
Flammability Class (EN ISO9239-1)
"Flammability Class (EN ISO 9239-1)": This refers to the product's classification based on its fire resistance as per the EN ISO 9239-1 standard. The flammability class provides crucial information about how the flooring material will behave in case of a fire, including aspects like how quickly it will catch fire or how much it will contribute to a fire's spread. This is an important safety metric to consider, especially in commercial settings or multi-unit residences.
Impact Sound Insulation (ISO717-2)
70 dB
"Impact Sound Insulation (ISO 717-2)": This refers to the flooring material's ability to reduce impact sound or noise that is transmitted through the floor when an object hits its surface. The measure is based on the ISO 717-2 standard, which outlines the procedures for determining sound insulation in buildings and building elements. Higher levels of impact sound insulation mean less noise will be transmitted, making the flooring a good choice for multi-story buildings or spaces where noise reduction is a priority.
Light Stability (EN20105-B02)
"Light Stability (EN20105-B02)": This indicates the flooring material's resistance to color fading or degradation when exposed to natural or artificial light. The measure is based on the EN20105-B02 standard, which outlines the methods for assessing the lightfastness of textiles and similar materials. A higher light stability rating implies that the flooring is less likely to fade or discolor over time when exposed to light, maintaining its original appearance for a longer period. This is particularly important for areas with high exposure to sunlight.
Water Resistant
"Water Resistant": This feature signifies that the flooring material has a certain level of resistance to water damage. While not completely waterproof, water-resistant flooring can withstand moisture to some extent, making it suitable for areas where spills or minor water exposure may occur. This is an important consideration for rooms like kitchens or bathrooms, where water spills are more likely.
Chemical Resistance (EN 423)
High Resistance
"Chemical Resistance (EN 423)": This signifies that the flooring material has been tested and complies with the EN 423 standard for resistance to chemicals. Flooring with this certification can withstand exposure to common household or industrial chemicals without experiencing significant damage, discoloration, or degradation. This is important in environments where the flooring may come into contact with cleaning agents, spills, or other chemicals.
Castor Chair Resistance (EN425)
No Delamination
"Castor Chair Resistance (EN425)": This refers to the flooring's ability to withstand wear and tear caused by rolling office chairs or similar furniture. The EN425 standard measures how well the surface can resist deformation, fraying, or other damage from the continuous movement of castor wheels. A higher resistance rating would be ideal for office spaces or areas where rolling chairs are commonly used.
Effect Of Castor Chair (ISO 4918:2016)
No visible damage
"Effect Of Castor Chair (ISO 4918:2016)": This specification assesses the flooring material's durability and resistance to the impacts of rolling chairs, based on the ISO 4918:2016 standard. The test evaluates how well the flooring withstands pressure, rolling, and wear from castor chairs over time. If the flooring performs well under these conditions, it is considered suitable for environments like offices where rolling chairs are frequently used.
SQFT Per Box
19.38 sqft
This refers to the total square footage that the planks or tiles in a single box will cover when installed. Knowing this information is essential for calculating the quantity of boxes you'll need for your flooring project. It helps to ensure that you purchase enough material, taking into account both the size of the area to be floored and any additional percentage for waste or mistakes.
Planks Per Box
16 item
"Planks Per Box": This specifies the exact number of planks that are contained in each box. It's an important detail for accurately calculating how many boxes you'll need to complete your flooring project. The number can vary from one product to another, so always check this information before making a purchase.
Boxes Per Pallet
54 item
"Boxes Per Pallet": This feature indicates the number of boxes that come on a single pallet. Knowing this can help you plan for bulk orders or large-scale projects, as it can be more cost-effective and efficient to order by the pallet rather than individual boxes. This information is particularly useful for contractors or anyone planning a sizable flooring installation.