bamboo flooring technical data
Bamboo Flooring Testing Report
Testing ItemTesting Result
Moisture content9%
Reaction to fire - EN 13501-1s1
Content of Pentachlorophenol< 5ppm
Emission of formaldehyde - EN717-10.015 mg / m3
Breaking strength - EN15333,655 kg / cm2
Slipperiness - EN13390.71
Thermal conductivity - EN125240.146 kcal / m.h.c
Biological durability - EN335-1 and EN335-200144
Bamboo Flooring Coating Layers Content
1UV Primer10 - 15 g / m2
2UV Putty15 - 20 g / m2
3Anti-Brasive15 - 20 g / m2
4Anti-Brasive15 - 20 g / m2
5Duro-Sealer15 - 20 g / m2
6Antiscratch4 - 6 g / m2
7Antiscratch4 - 6 g / m2
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Bamboo Flooring Coating Layers Display

Janka Hardness Rating: The Janka hardness rating measures the resistance of a wood or bamboo species to wear and denting. Bamboo flooring typically has a Janka hardness rating ranging from 1,300 to 1,600 pounds-force (lbf), depending on the type of bamboo and the manufacturing process. This rating can help determine the durability of the flooring.

Moisture Content: Bamboo flooring should have a moisture content of around 6% to 9% before installation to prevent warping, buckling, or other issues. Proper acclimatization of the flooring to the installation environment is crucial to ensure a stable and long-lasting installation.

Bamboo flooring hardness compared with hardwood

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