Bamboo Flooring Patterns

Bamboo flooring has 3 grains, Horizontal, Vertical and Strand.

Horizontal is also called Plain Pressed or Flat Pressed

Vertical is also called Side Pressed.

Horizontal Bamboo Flooring: Horizontal grain is flat pressed with 3-ply structure. The bamboo strips are pressed in the same direction and paralleling with 3 layers. Horizontal bamboo flooring features a traditional, distinctive "knuckle" characteristic that repeats through the plank.

Vertical Bamboo Flooring: vertical grain is side pressed with 1-ply structure. The bamboo strips stand together in vertically, gluing and pressed. Bamboo strips are oriented on edge, reducing the visibility of "knuckles", and providing a cleaner, flowing appearance.

Strand woven bamboo flooring is made by compressing "strands" of the bamboo strips under intense pressure, while using a heat-sensitive low-VOC adhesive. Bamboo poles are split, shredded into individual strands, and fused under a cold press of 2,500 tons of pressure. After the curing process, the block is sliced into flooring with T+G system and coatings applied.

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    Bamboo Flooring | Vertical

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    Bamboo Flooring | Horizontal

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Strand Bamboo Flooring | Carbonized

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Strand Bamboo Flooring | Natural

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Strand Bamboo Flooring | Tige