A wide range of Engineered Wood Flooring provides a beautiful, natural, authentic wood finish.
The textured design is stunning and the WPC floor adds a luxurious, timeless look to your home.
Excellent stain resistant Surface sealed WPC floors are stain and water resistant, durable and easy to maintain.
In daily life, it is inevitable that floors get stained over time. A key point to keep floors clean for a long time is to choose a flooring material with excellent stain-proof and wipeable features.
DAIKEN's flooring materials allow you to remove curry, ketchup, and marker stains just by wiping them away.
WPC Flooring Material
General Flooring Material
Strong and Durable WPC flooring prevent your floor get scratches easily.
Choosing a flooring material with sufficient hardness and strength is essential to prevent scratching when you drop something on it.
WPC flooring withstands the pressure of the wheels of a desk chair, or the impact of a dropped miniature car or building block.
Do not use metal or ball caster wheels.
WPC uses a combination of wood and a plastic resin filling to achieve outstanding hardness and dent resistance.
WPC also has a strong resistance to stains and water splashes. Therefore, WPC flooring is widely used for living rooms, bedrooms, children's rooms, and even kitchens and bathrooms.
Hard surface exhibits a strong resistance to dents and scratches.
Flooring surface is easily dented.
In July 2003, the revised Building Standard Law that provides regulations on sick building syndrome was enforced. In response to this, DAIKEN has been offering the highest F4-rank products whose installation floor area is not regulated by the revised law. Moreover, for the door frame, baseboard, parting edges, and other parts that are not subject to the formaldehyde emission regulations, F4-rank equivalent materials are used.
"4VOC Standards Compliant" is a label based on the industry's voluntary labeling system with respect to the emission of 4VOC (toluene, xylene, ethyl benzene, and styrene) from building materials, operated by the Japan Construction Material & Housing Equipment Industries Federation and other industrial associations. Although building material manufacturers conventionally used their own standards to indicate this, implementing the industry's common standards* helps customers choose products they need. From this reason, DAIKEN is continuing to register its products with the "4VOC Standards Compliant "labeling system one after another.
*In April 2008, standards with respect to the emission rate of VOC from building materials were established by the "Committee for standardization of emission rate of VOC from building products" (operated by Japan Testing Center for Construction Materials).