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.

Use Concrete and Wood Together:
Concreate Floors can be installed with suitable wood floors as long as 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)

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.

Testing Data

Attribute

Protocol

Performance

Comment

Visual

ColorfastnessISO 105-B02Grade 3-4
Response to WaterASTM C1185• 20.6% Water Absorption
• 0.05% Moisture Movement
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)
Safety
IgnitabilityEN ISO 9239-1
EN ISO 11925-02
Class Bfl-s1
Slip ResistanceDIN 51130Mean overall acceptance angle (to horizontal) = 12.5°
• Slip resistance assessment group = R1
ANSI A137.1Wet dynamic coefficient of friction (DCOF) = 0.31 average
EN 13983μ = 0.42
Pendulum Test Value
(PTV), Method AS
4663
• 45 PTV before abrasion
• 50 PTV after 500 abrasion cycles
Sustainable Slip
Resistance after wear
Environmental
Volatile
Organic
Compound
(VOC)
CDPH Method V1.1Compliant for schools and officesCA Spec, 01350
FormaldehydeEN 717-1ND (Not Detectable)
Impact SoundEN ISO 717-2Impact Sound Improvement Index: ∆Lw = 14 dB

Design Guide and Features

Design-Guide-data

 Wood

Floor

Above: Optional layout combinations of Concreate and compatible wood flooring!

CF101-and-CFW101

Sustainability

Our products have been independently tested for conformance with environmental requirements for VOC & formaldehyde emissions, asbestos, lead and cadmium content.

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