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Introducing MFC Flooring - The Upgraded Version of MgO Flooring

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What is MgO?

MgO flooring, also known as magnesium oxide board flooring, is a type of flooring material made from a blend of magnesium oxide, magnesium chloride, and other natural minerals. It is known for its durability, fire resistance, and water resistance, making it a popular choice for both residential and commercial applications. MgO flooring is also eco-friendly and non-toxic, making it a safe option for indoor environments. It is easy to install and maintain, and provides a smooth and level surface for walking. Overall, MgO flooring is a versatile and practical flooring option that offers numerous benefits for various settings.

Who likes MgO?

Magnesium oxide is a highly sought-after flooring option with strong market demand across various industries. In both the Korean and European markets, magnesium oxide stands out for its specific functions, including fire resistance, sustainable sourcing of raw materials, and environmental friendliness. Particularly in Europe, MgO flooring is widely embraced for its ability to be seamlessly integrated with floor heating systems without succumbing to deformation caused by temperature variations, thus showcasing its immense potential in the region.

Disadvantages of MgO

Despite its numerous advantages, MgO flooring does come with its drawbacks. Its susceptibility to moisture poses a significant challenge, as prolonged exposure to water can lead to surface damage, cracks, and even detachment. Furthermore, in humid settings, magnesium oxide floors tend to absorb water and swell, ultimately resulting in deformation and warping.

For those considering DIY renovation projects, it's important to note that MgO flooring, due to its weight and fragility, requires specialized skills and tools for installation, making the process more complex compared to other flooring options like SPC and LVT.

When selecting flooring materials, it is crucial to carefully assess your own requirements and the environmental conditions of the space. By weighing the pros and cons of MgO flooring alongside other available options, you can make an informed decision that aligns with your needs and preferences.

What upgrades have MFC undergone?

In floor production, commonly used magnesium gel adhesives are mainly divided into two categories, namely magnesium chloride MgCl2 and magnesium sulfate MgSO4. The magnesium oxychlorine system is metastable and will absorb a large amount of moisture in the air. In a high-humidity environment, this moisture will be released from the surface, resulting in reduced strength of the board and deformation and cracking, commonly known as "reduction halogen cracking". MgO floor uses magnesium chloride MgCl2 gel adhesive, which makes the floor easily deformed and damaged in humid environment.

introducing MFC flooring

The key technology for manufacturing high-quality MDF is halogenation resistance. The base contains magnesium chloride, magnesium oxide and natural wood powder. Our original catalyst controls the free chloride ion content in the product to less than 3% through inorganic crystallization without adding any adhesive, making the product less prone to halogenation.

What is anti-halogen phenomenon?

Some people don’t know what anti-halogen phenomenon is. It is also called moisture phenomenon. It means that when the humidity in the air is high, magnesium chloride and other substances on the surface of the product will absorb moisture in the air, causing moisture on the surface. The absorbed water will form water droplets on the surface, and sometimes even join together to form a flow phenomenon, making the surface look like it is wet with water. This phenomenon usually occurs in humid environments, especially in humid weather or humid areas. The anti-halogen phenomenon not only affects the appearance of the product, but may also affect its function and performance. Therefore, it is necessary to pay attention to and control the air humidity to avoid this phenomenon.

Choose MFC and you will live a worry-free life

MFC flooring avoids this very well. In addition, the upgraded base material does not reflect halogenation, the toughness of the base material is better, and the embossing can be made deeper. Because the upgraded base material has higher stretch and abrasion resistance, it will not be affected by anti-halogenation. This means that the substrate can withstand pressure better, allowing the embossing to be made deeper and more pronounced, thereby increasing the aesthetics and texture of the product.

Therefore, if you desire a floor that is waterproof, moisture-proof, fire-proof, non-smoking, non-toxic, wear-resistant, scratch-resistant, smoke-resistant, and suitable for floor heating, MFC ecological flooring is the perfect solution for you. This innovative flooring option is crafted using inorganic materials blended with plant fibers, resulting in a non-combustible decorative board that is created through a meticulous pressing and compounding process. With MFC ecological flooring, there is no need for additional processing before installation in your home. This flooring option is highly stable, exceptionally durable, long-lasting, biodegradable, and environmentally friendly, ensuring a high-performance floor that will stand the test of time. You can confidently make a purchase based on your specific requirements, knowing that MFC ecological flooring will meet and exceed your expectations.

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