Bamboo Flooring is manufactured from mature bamboo canes, which have at least three years growth and are selectively harvested from managed forests. Chinese Phyllostachys Pubescens is well known for its distinctive features such as having a straight main stem, which has little difference between upper and lower diameter.
It has thicker texture, denser fibre and lower content carbohydrate than other sorts of bamboo, which is apt to resist worms or mould.
Bamboo is the fastest growing grass plant and is Environmentally the best product available for hard flooring.
Strengths of Bamboo Flooring
Bamboo Flooring is tougher and has more elasticity than Oak, Beech and other well known wooden floors. Our new strand woven bamboo is twice as strong as other flooring.
Bamboo Flooring is treated with a steaming and heating process, dehydrated and oven stoved. Anti-insect and anti-mildew processes are applied for the avoidance of the the reproduction of bacteria and the allergic reaction of respiratory tract before the laminating and heat pressing begins.
The board is then formed, after which Ultraviolet ray treatment of high UV photofixation specialised lacquer is applied. In all there are 28 different processes involved in the manufacture of bamboo floor boards. The most rigorous quality checks are made at every stage.
We also manufacture engineered bamboo flooring with top layer of bamboo, core of bamboo and the base veneer of Pine.This is the strongest and most durable and stable type of bamboo flooring.