In recent years, the popularity of wood plastic composite (WPC) as a flooring solution has grown at a rapid pace. However, a number of critical performance shortcomings act as barriers to its widespread uptake. As such, the design and construction industry is developing the next generation of hybrid vinyl plank solutions, which use a stone plastic composite (SPC) to deliver performance where WPC falls short.
Design, meet durability: Introducing a new generation of hybrid vinyl planks is a critical look at WPC hybrid vinyl planks as a flooring solution and an incisive summary of the performance categories in which SPC outperforms conventional hybrid vinyl plank solutions. In this whitepaper, a brief description of WPC and its benefits as a flooring solution is provided, followed by discussion of its performance shortcomings and practical drawbacks. The whitepaper also draws direct comparisons between SPC and WPC, particularly in regards to how the former outperforms the latter in terms of durability and dimensional stability.
Part of the Dunlop Flooring Group, Heartridge is a leader in flooring solutions in Australia. Heartridge is committed to creating sophisticated indoor commercial and residential environments that combine expert knowledge of contemporary flooring and design trends with cutting edge technology and materials. Heartridge products deliver realistic, high performing and durable alternatives to hardwood floors, and are backed by stringent end-to-end testing and a lifetime structural guarantee.
To learn the full extent of performance, durability, and aesthetic benefits that SPC hybrid vinyl planks can bring to your next project, download this free whitepaper.