Grey Gradient Effect Vinyl Flooring

This grey wood look vinyl floor is popular among customers eapecially for European and American customers and it also has gradient effect.
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The technical data for our SPC floor:

                                               TECHNICAL DATA



SPC Flooring




Tolerance of +0.13mm, -0.1mm

Wear Layer




ASTM F2055-10


Surface Treatment

Urethane Ceramic Bead

 Performance classification

EN 685/

EN ISO 10874

ASTM F1700

42: Light industrial general 33: Commercial heavy

23: Domestic heavy

Class III Type B


Light industrial 



10 years

15 years Lifetime

 Dimensional stability

EN 434

ASTM F 2199


0.013 in/ft

Static load

ASTM F-970


Resistance to impact

ASTM F 1265

No crack


Residual indentation

EN 433

ASTM F 1914





ASTM F 137

EN 435



 Abrasion resistance

 EN 660-2

ASTM 3389

Group T Pass

Wear Index: 0.128

Resistance to heat

ASTM F 1514


 Light fastness

EN ISO 105-B02

ASTM F-1515



 Reaction to fire

EN 13501-1

ASTM E-648-06

Bfl - S1

Class 1

Smoke density



Slip resistance

 EN 13893

DIN 51130 

ASTM C-1028

Class DS R10 Dry: 0.8

Wet: 0.7

 Chemical resistance

 ASTM F 925

Pass. No more than a slight change in

surface dulling, surface attack or staining

 Castor chair suitability

EN 425



No visible damage after 35000 revolution

Underfloor heating

Suitable, max 27

 VOC emissions





Besides the core, these two types of flooring are essentially the same makeup of layers. Here’s how a rigid core flooring plank is constructed from top to bottom:

  • Wear layer: This is the layer that provides resistance to scratches and stains. It is thin and completely transparent.

  • Vinyl layer: The vinyl is durable and strong. It is printed with the flooring pattern and color.

  • Core layer: This is the waterproof core made from either stone plastic composite or wood plastic composite.

  • Base layer: EVA foam or cork forms the base of the plank.

Main Differences between SPC and WPC Vinyl Floors

Besides the materials used to create the core of this flooring style, these are the key differences between WPC vinyl flooring and SPC vinyl flooring:

  • Thickness: WPC floor have a thicker core than SPC floors. Plank thickness for WPC floors is generally about 5.5 to 8 millimeters, while SPC floors are usually between 3.2 and 7 millimeters thick.

  • Foot Feel: When it comes to how the flooring feels underfoot, WPC vinyl has the advantage. Because it has a thicker core compared to SPC flooring, it feels more stable and cushioned when walking on it. That thickness also helps to provide insulation to keep the floors warmer.

  • Sound Insulation: The thicker core of WPC floors also makes them superior when it comes to sound insulation. The thickness helps to absorb the sound, so it’s quieter when walking on these floors.

  • Durability: You might think that WPC flooring would offer improved durability since it is thicker than SPC flooring, but the opposite is actually true. SPC floors may not be as thick, but they are considerably denser than WPC floors. This makes them better at resisting damage from impacts or heavy weights.

  • Stability: WPC floors and SPC floors can both be installed in any room with moisture exposure and temperature fluctuations. But when it comes to extreme temperature changes, SPC flooring tends to offer superior performance. The denser core of SPC floors makes them even more resistant to expanding and contracting than WPC floors.

  • Price: SPC floors are more affordable than WPC floors. However, don’t pick your floors based on price alone. Be sure to consider all the potential benefits and drawbacks between these two flooring options before choosing one.

Similarities Between WPC and SPC Flooring

While there are some important differences between SPC vinyl floors and WPC vinyl floors, it’s important to note that they also have quite a few similarities:

  • Waterproof: Both of these types of rigid core flooring feature a completely waterproof core. This helps to prevent warping when exposed to moisture. You can use both types of flooring in areas of the home where hardwood and other moisture-sensitive flooring types are not typically recommended, such as laundry rooms, basements, bathrooms, and kitchens.

  • Durability: While SPC floors are denser and resistant to major impacts, both flooring types are resistant to scratches and stains. They hold up well to wear and tear even in high-traffic areas of the home. If you’re concerned about durability, look for planks with a thicker wear layer on top.

  • Easy Installation: Most homeowners are able to complete a DIY installation with either SPC or WPC flooring. They are made to be installed on top of just about any type of subfloor or existing floor. You won’t have to deal with messy glues either, since the planks easily attach to one another to lock into place.

  • Style Options: With both SPC and WPC vinyl flooring, you’ll have a huge range of style options at your fingertips. These flooring types come in just about any color and pattern, since the design is simply printed onto the vinyl layer. Many styles are made to look like other types of flooring. For example, you can get WPC or SPC flooring that looks like tile, stone, or hardwood flooring.

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