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SPC FLOORING BY ECAN

Experienced SPC FLOORING Manufacturer

SPC flooring is green and environmentally friendly, truly zero formaldehyde, waterproof, suitable for any place, good anti-skid performance, comfortable foot feel, comparable to solid wood flooring, wear-resistant, long service life, fire and flame retardant, suitable for geothermal, heat preservation and energy saving, convenient and quick installation.

Shanghai Ecan Industrial Co.,Ltd is a leading supplier of SPC and WPC products in China. Founded in 2008, ECAN already established a complete supply chain system integrating R&D, production, sales and after-sales services based on the advantages of our raw materials factories for wood & stone powder and professional technical team.

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SPC FLOORING PRODUCT ADVANTAGES BY ECAN

SPC is short of Stone Plastic Composite (as well as Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring) which has a rigid core and a form of vinyl material. It makes the flooring has an excellent choice for perfect water proof performance and high-traffic areas in your home.SPC is similar to luxury vinyl flooring in how it’s constructed, but it has a little bit difference compared with LVT.
The SPC flooring is constructed by UV film topcoat , wear layer , decor film , rigid core and bottom layer. The SPC flooring brings you better durability and water-resistance performance,easier for installation and maintenance.
SPC flooring application scenario: Family decoration /hospital /library/ School/ Restaurant /supermarket shopping..........

1.Pure Raw Material With Strict Control, Ensure The Health Of Each User.
2.Fireproof, Waterproof, Moistureproof, Mildewproof. Absolutely Outstanding Performance For Any Occasion.
3.The PU Material Coating Enhance The Flooring Intensity And Anti-Scratch Property, More Service Lifetime.
4.Water Resistant Anti-Bacterial Easy To Clean And Maintain Easy To Install Eco-Friendly

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What Is Beveled Edge Flooring

1 · Why does pre finished hardwood flooring have beveled edges square edge wood is worth the effort and beyond blog bevel style classification lordparquet floor a professional supplier or eased custom options do most floors on them what are ends they important impressions collection laminate description 10 1 4 x 3 european french oak unfinished micro […]

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Hardwood Bevel edge : General Hardwood Flooring

 · A beveled edge is used primarily in pre-finished flooring. Because a pre-finished floor isn't sanded flat after installation, the bevel masks slight differences in the height between boards. Some people prefer the bevel and some prefer site prepared floors, with no bevels. I find that that they add character and depth to the flooring.

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Why Do Most Hardwood Floors Have a Bevel On …

15 · So why is it that most hardwood floors have a bevel? There are numerous reasons for this and they include: The production method. When wooden floor boards are being produced there are various things that will affect the end product and the cost. …

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Why Does Pre-Finished Hardwood Flooring Have Beveled …

16 · Why Does Pre-finished Hardwood Have Bevels? Sometimes called an eased edge or a micro bevel edge, a beveled edge is designed to compensate for minor tolerances during the milling process. Usually, it's a 45 degree cut down the sides of the floorboards. The micro bevel is a forgiving edge, helpful in compensating minor milling tolerances with ...

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Hardwood Styles | The L & L Company

Different hardwood floors have different edges. Hardwood floors come in either a beveled edge, or a square edge. Today, most hardwood floor manufacturers are calling their beveled edge "eased edge" because the tapered edge is dramatically reduced from the old deeply grooved edges. The beveled edges do …

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Hardwood Flooring FAQs

A solid hardwood board is milled from one piece of wood and is typically 3/4" thick (although some come in 5/16" thickness). These products can only be installed on or above ground. Solid hardwood should not be installed below ground level, such as in a basement or walk-out basement because it can react strongly to moisture or high humidity.

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Pre-finished vs. Site-Finished Hardwood Floors

9 · Solid pre-finished hardwood flooring lasts longer than unfinished flooring and here’s why: The finish applied to the flooring at the factory is completely different than the finish applied on site. Factory finish is usually 10 coats of an Aluminum Oxide finish. The polyurethane applied on site can either be water-borne or oil-based, and ...

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Why do prefinished solid wood floors have a micro-bevel ...

26 · In a site finished wood floor any tiny differences are sanded smooth. Taking the crisp edge off of the corners of hardwood is routine in furniture manufacture. Since the precision of wood flooring manufacturing equipment keeps improving, the old “v-groove” in prefinished flooring has been reduced to mini micro-bevel.

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Pre-finished vs. Site-Finished Hardwood Floors

9 · Solid pre-finished hardwood flooring lasts longer than unfinished flooring and here’s why: The finish applied to the flooring at the factory is completely different than the finish applied on site. Factory finish is usually 10 coats of an Aluminum Oxide finish. The polyurethane applied on site can either be water-borne or oil-based, and ...

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Bevel, Micro Bevel and Square Edge Flooring

2  · The majority of laminate, hardwood and vinyl plank floors have some sort of beveled edge. Edges and ends are usually referred to as one of these three types: square, micro-beveled and beveled. The terminology varies from brand to brand and can be confusing with additional descriptions like eased (micro bevel), kissed (micro-bevel) pillow ...

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Hardwood Bevel edge : General Hardwood Flooring

 · A beveled edge is used primarily in pre-finished flooring. Because a pre-finished floor isn't sanded flat after installation, the bevel masks slight differences in the height between boards. Some people prefer the bevel and some prefer site prepared floors, with no bevels. I find that that they add character and depth to the flooring.

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Site-Finished vs. Pre-Finished Hardwood Floors – What I ...

11 · Why I Chose Site-Finished Hardwood. After looking at tons of options, I chose to go with a site-finished hardwood floor because I personally think that the smooth, un-grooved look feels more classic and traditional. From the start my goal was to give this new house an old soul, and site-finished hardwood felt like the right call.

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Prefinished & Unfinished Hardwood Flooring Differences

Benefits of Pre-finished Flooring. Prefinished hardwood flooring is factory-finished, with each board being individually sprayed with a coat of polyurethane and then baked in an oven with aluminum oxide. This process creates an extremely hard and lasting acrylic finish.

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Prefinished Hardwood Flooring Pros and Cons

12 · Traditionally, hardwood flooring was always installed as unfinished planks that were then stained and finished with a protective surface layer, right on the worksite. But since the introduction of prefinished solid hardwood during the 1940s, this newer form of flooring has become increasingly popular, and today you may find that it's easier to find than traditional unfinished hardwood …

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Pros & Cons of Micro-Beveled or Flat Edges on …

6 · Hardwood floors are a timeless option for your interior design, and one of the choices you'll need to make regarding your flooring is the edge style of the boards. Two of the common edge styles are micro-beveled edges and flat edges.

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Pros vs. Cons of Pre-Finished Hardwood Flooring

3 · Difficult to Refinish . Pre-finished flooring rarely needs refinishing due to its heavy coating. But when it does need a deep, drum sanding, the process will rip off a great deal of wood to remove those five or more layers of factory baked-on urethane finish …

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All About Prefinished Wood Floors

Refinishing Beveled Hardwood Floors - Job Example

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Site-Finished vs. Pre-Finished Hardwood Floors – What I ...

11 · Why I Chose Site-Finished Hardwood. After looking at tons of options, I chose to go with a site-finished hardwood floor because I personally think that the smooth, un-grooved look feels more classic and traditional. From the start my goal was to give this new house an old soul, and site-finished hardwood felt like the right call.

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Hardwood Bevel edge : General Hardwood Flooring

 · A beveled edge is used primarily in pre-finished flooring. Because a pre-finished floor isn't sanded flat after installation, the bevel masks slight differences in the height between boards. Some people prefer the bevel and some prefer site prepared floors, with no bevels. I find that that they add character and depth to the flooring.

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Prefinished hardwood flooring. Who has the smallest edge ...

 · Re: Prefinished hardwood flooring. Who has the smallest edge bevel? There is likely over 1000 pre finished flooring manufacturers out there with even 1000s of more options. Try and get a hold of Hardwood Flooring Magazine's pre finished issue that has specs for just about every company. There are many choices with no grooves at all.

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Pros & Cons of Micro-Beveled or Flat Edges on Hardwood …

6 · Hardwood floors are a timeless option for your interior design, and one of the choices you'll need to make regarding your flooring is the edge style of the boards. Two of the common edge styles are micro-beveled edges and flat edges.

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Can you refinish prefinished floors?

Video on refinishing pre-finished and beveled hardwood floors. This is a great video from Ken Fisher which explains the process of refinishing pre-finished floors and how to eliminate (or reduce) the bevels. As you’ll see, refinishing pre-finished hardwood floors are a bit more challenging to do …

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Can you refinish prefinished floors?

Video on refinishing pre-finished and beveled hardwood floors. This is a great video from Ken Fisher which explains the process of refinishing pre-finished floors and how to eliminate (or reduce) the bevels. As you’ll see, refinishing pre-finished hardwood floors are a bit more challenging to do …

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Should you seal prefinished hardwood floors?

13 · Simply so, are prefinished hardwood floors sealed? Cons of Prefinished Hardwood.Seams aren't sealed: Because the material is finished at the factory, a sealing agent is not applied to the lines between the planks when they are installed. Often, factory prefinished wood planks will have beveled, slightly rounded edges.. One may also ask, are prefinished hardwood floors better?

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Hardwood Flooring Edge Types | Shaw Floors

The edge type of the style you select can make a big difference in the overall effect of how your floors look once installed. Edge type can be defined as the finished sides and end joints of each plank. Regardless of the hardwood collection that you select, we offer two different types, beveled edge and micro-beveled …

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UNFINISHED HARDWOOD VS. PRE-FINISHED …

1 · Prefinished hardwood flooring as the name suggests has been pre-finished inside a factory where it was turned into flooring planks. These floor planks are appropriately cut into appropriate sizes and are pre-sand, pre-polished with double …

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Refinishing Beveled Hardwood Floors

1 · Refinishing Beveled Hardwood Floors. Now that millions of prefinished beveled hardwood floors have been installed in homes across the USA, most notably since the early to mid 90’s, many homeowners aren’t sure what to do. Should we keep …

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Prefinished Hardwood Flooring: Is it Right for You ...

27 · Prefinished hardwood flooring is exactly what it sounds like—real hardwood planks that are pre-finished with stain and sealant before they arrive at your door. They can be made from any hardwood species , and they’re often sealed with a super-hard aluminum oxide coating to make them durable and scratch-resistant.

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Hardwood Bevel edge : General Hardwood Flooring

 · A beveled edge is used primarily in pre-finished flooring. Because a pre-finished floor isn't sanded flat after installation, the bevel masks slight differences in the height between boards. Some people prefer the bevel and some prefer site prepared floors, with no bevels. I find that that they add character and depth to the flooring.

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Uncovering Hardwood Flooring Myths | Are …

14 · Consumers have the choice between beveled edges and square edges on hardwood flooring. Besides the price difference and installation concerns, many homeowners wonder whether beveled edge hardwood floor is difficult to clean and what type of special cleaning equipment is required to keep the flooring …

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