Product Data - Floor Panel

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Description & Uses

Concreate Concrete Flooring:
Enjoy the contemporary look and durability of real concrete floors without the challenges of pouring and finishing a slab.

Concreate flooring planks, just ½-inch thick, have tongue and groove edges and ends to simplify installation and micro-beveled edges for ease of cleaning and visual appeal. Planks install quickly and cleanly with adhesives.

Concreate Wood Flooring:
Wood flooring planks have real wood veneer applied to the same concrete base material used for our concrete flooring. This eliminate the swelling and shrinking associated with solid wood flooring.

Use Concrete and Wood Together:
Concreate’s concrete and wood flooring planks can be used together; they have the
same thickness, tongue and groove edges,

Physical Attributes​

Thickness: 14 mm (½ inch)

Concrete Planks:
• Size: 1200 x 300 mm (47-¼ x 11-¾ inch)
• Area: 0.36 m2 (3.88 ft²)
• Mass: 18.06 kg/m2 (3.70 lb./ft²)

Wood Planks:
• Size: 2200 x 200 mm (86-5/8 x 7-7/8 inch)
• Area: 0.44 m² / 4.73 ft²

Composition

Base Layer: The 10 mm (3/8-inch) thick base layer is a specially formulated hydraulic cement mixed with recycled fibers. This cement requires only half the energy used to produce portland cement, reducing the CO2 emissions required to manufacture Concreate.

Top Layer: Concrete Floor: 4 mm (1/8-inch) thick proprietary blend of Portland cement, select fine aggregate, admixtures, recycled fibers, and fade-resistant pigments.

Top Layer: Wood Floor: 4 mm (1/8-inch) thick, flat-sawn, white oak comparable in appearance to No.2 Common grade. The veneer is FSC Certified as 100% from well-managed forests. Contact Concreate for availability of other species. Oil Finish: Our floors are finished with three coats of high solids, natural oils to increase the luster, durability, and stain.

Testing Data

Attribute

Protocol

Performance

Comment

Conc.
Wood

Visual

ColorfastnessISO 105-B02Grade 3-4C
Response to WaterASTM C1185• 20.6% Water Absorption
• 0.05% Moisture Movement
C
TChemical
Resistance
EN 423Class 0 - No Affect
• White vinegar
• Isopropyl alcohol
• Mineral oil
• NaOH (5%)
• Bleach (5.25% NaOCl)
• Olive Oil
• Red & white wine
• Coffee & tea
Class 1- Very Slight
• Hydrocloric acid
(5% HCl)
• Sulfuric acid (5%
H2SO4)
C
Safety
IgnitabilityEN ISO 9239-1
EN ISO 11925-02
Class Bfl-s1C
Slip ResistanceDIN 51130Mean overall acceptance angle (to horizontal) = 12.5°
• Slip resistance assessment group = R1
C
ANSI A137.1Wet dynamic coefficient of friction (DCOF) = 0.31 averageC
EN 13983μ = 0.42C
Pendulum Test Value
(PTV), Method AS
4663
• 45 PTV before abrasion
• 50 PTV after 500 abrasion cycles
Sustainable Slip
Resistance after wear
C
Environmental
Volatile
Organic
Compound
(VOC)
Green LeafCertifiedC,W
CDPH Method V1.1Compliant for schools and officesCA Spec, 01350C
FormaldehydeEN 717-1ND (Not Detectable)C,W
Impact SoundEN ISO 717-2Impact Sound Improvement Index: ∆Lw = 14 dBC

Design Guide and Features

 Wood

Floor

Above: Concreate invites designers to be creative in layouts of flooring planks. These suggestions are simply a starting point!

CF101-and-CFW101

Above: Concreate’s concrete and wood flooring planks may be used together; they have the same thickness, tongue and groove edges, and installation methods.

Sustainability

Flooring:
Our products have been independently tested for conformance with environmental requirements for VOC and formalde- hyde emissions; asbestos, lead, and cadmium content Our concrete flooring is Green Leaf certified for low VOC emissions. Our wood flooring is FSC 100% certified from well-managed forests.

Adhesive:
Concreate Flooring Adhesive is a one-component, silyl-modified polymer. It contains recycled rubber granules that in- crease strength, elasticity, and noise and vibration dampening. It complies with EN 14293 – Adhesives for Bonding Parquet to Subfloor and its VOC content is 64 g/l in accordance with EPA Method 24.

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