Chemical Reaction Treatment Oak Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Chemical treatment reaction provides a broad palette for wider and longer hardwood floors. This treatment is perfect for any room in the home, giving the space a more personal and retro feel.


The term “Chemical Reaction Treatment” in the context of oak-engineered hardwood flooring refers to a process in which the wood is treated with a special solution to enhance its color and texture.

This treatment involves the use of chemicals such as dyes, stains, or reactive agents that penetrate the wood fibers and change the appearance of the flooring.

The result is an oak floor with a more vibrant and unique look.

The type of chemical reaction treatment will affect the appearance and durability of the flooring.

Product Design and Specifications
Style Engineered Floor Thickness 10-20mm
Latin Name Quercus Mongolica Veneer/Lamella 0.6-6mm
Air-Dry Density 0.68-0.74 g/m3 Width  70-300mm
Janka Hardness 1360 P-F Length 420-2200mm

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