Delamination

Delamination

LVT Delamination 3456544

Delamination

LVT Delamination 334455

Delamination

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Delamination

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Edge damaged by improper chair protector

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Delamination of the wear layer

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Delaminationor damage

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Improper chair protector can damage flooring

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Delamination of the wear layer

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Rolling traffic without chair mat can damage floor

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Sharp chair bottom can pull yarns out

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Felt protector inadequate

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Delamination

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Delamination

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What You Need To Know

Delamination is a separation between layers of Luxury Vinyl flooring products. The separations can occur between the wear layer, print layer, core layer, or …..

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Core Void

What you need to know Core voids can occur when there is no support under a confined area of the...
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Core Void

Maintenance

What you need to know Manufacturers of resilient flooring typically have recommended maintenance procedures for their products. Since this information...
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Maintenance

Yellowing

What you need to know Yellowing of a resilient floor is generally unacceptable to consumers and can lead to large-scale...
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Yellowing

Telegraphing

What you need to know Telegraphing occurs when a resilient or Luxury Vinyl plank or tile flooring is glued down...
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Telegraphing

Scratches, Indentations and Surface Abrasions

What you need to know Vinyl floor covering material can have a protective factory-applied urethane coating which can be is...
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Scratches, Indentations and Surface Abrasions

Peaked End Joints

What you need to know End joint peaking is a condition where the ends of the planks or tiles are...
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Peaked End Joints

Gloss Variation

What you need to know Gloss variance is generally unacceptable to consumers and can lead to large-scale replacements.  The variance...
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Gloss Variation

Gaps

What you need to know Gaps can occur in a Luxury Vinyl, SPC or WPC plank or tile flooring installation...
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Gaps

Doming

Page Under construction What you need to know Doming is a condition where the center of the planks are elevated...
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Doming

Delamination

What You Need To Know Delamination is a separation between layers of Luxury Vinyl flooring products. The separations can occur...
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Delamination