Prices per m2. 1.95m2 per pack 


SPC floors have outstanding product stability, are waterproof, slip and scratch resistant, hygienic, and easy to clean or repair.

Scratch and scuff resistant – due to 0.55mm surface wear layer

Cutting edge modular plank technology in Rigid flooring. 

Glue less installation with minimal subfloor preparation

The fastest and easiest installation with the patent Uniclic 2G locking profile

6mm Supreme durability

Easy to clean and maintain – just a simple brush or mop

Low VOCs free of any heavy metal substances

Environmentally friendly

Pre attached IXPE underlay: increase sound absorption and increase comfort when walked on

Phthalat Free

100% recyclable


  • · Type: SPC Hybrid Floating Flooring
  • · Thickness: 6/.55mm
  • · Width: 229mm Length: 1420mm
  • · Surface Finish: UV Coating- Anti bacterial
  • · Edging: Micro-Bevelled Edge
  • · Profile: Uniclic 2G Fitting system
  • · Installation Method: Floating
  • · Pack Size: 1.95 m2
  • · Pack weight: 23 kg
  • · Boards per pack:6
  • · VOC Rating: A+
  • · Wear Layer: 0.55mm
  • · Construction: Rigid Core - made from Stone Plastic Composite; Cushion pad.
  • A Engineered Luxury Vinyl that combvines limestone and stabilizers to create an extremely durable core,
  • Lifetime residential limited warranty
  • Lifetime limited structural warranty
  • 10 year limited light commercial warranty


SPC 229 X6/.55MM X 1420MM 1.95m2 per pack

Excluding VAT
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    • SPC Rigid Core Flooring with the 2G locking system is
    normally loose laid without adhesive.
    • Store flat and fully supported during shipping and storage.
    • It is recommended that you acclimate your Rigid Core
    Flooring. Remove material from packaging, spread out if
    possible, and allow to slowly adjust to the rooms where
    installation is to take place.
    • For best results, the environment should maintain a constant
    temperature of 68-77˚F / 20-25˚C for a period of 48 hours
    prior to installation.
    • In facilities where walkers, wheelchairs (i.e. residential and
    or extended care use), or in facilities with movement of
    heavy displays, racks, dentist chairs etc. These types of
    installations may exert extreme stress and compromise the
    locking system.

    Check your Rigid Core Flooring for possible defects prior
    to the installation. Complaints can only be accepted before
    installation. Variations in colour and structure are designed
    to enhance nature appearance. Mixing the planks creates a
    random & natural appearance.

    • Although these luxury SPC Rigid Core planks are waterresistant,
    they are not to be used as a moisture barrier. Your
    subfloor should be completely dry prior to installation of the
    Rigid Core floor.
    • Subfloors must be structurally sound, solid, stable, level,
    plumb, and true to a tolerance in plane of 3/16” in 10 feet
    (4.7mm in 4m). Cracks and holes must be filled with a
    fast setting cement-based polymer, modified patching
    compound or equivalent. Any unevenness over 3/16”
    (4.7mm) must be sanded down or levelled. The surface
    must be clean of dirt, oil, glue residue etc. Carpet staples
    or adhesive residue should be removed prior to installation.
    Voids or humps in the subfloor will prevent the planks from
    locking properly.
    • Rigid Core Flooring can be installed on existing firm floors
    (Linoleum, PVC), but all textile floors must be removed.
    When laying the floor over existing ceramic tiles first level
    with fast setting cement-based polymer modified patching
    • SPC RigidCore may not be installed over existing floating

    All Subfloors must be:
    • Dry
    • Structurally Sound
    • Clean: Thoroughly swept and free of all debris
    • Level: Flat to 3/16” per 10-foot radius

    • Pre-plan the floor by measuring the room first. If the width
    of the last row is less than 2” (5cm) cut the first and the last
    plank in equal width.
    • Site conditions are not a manufacturing issue. Please make
    sure that site preparations have been addressed.
    • First, decide which direction the floor boards should run
    since this influences the visual size ratio of the space.
    Installation parallel to the longest wall or the main lightsource
    is recommended for best visual effects.
    • The direction of the plank grain should be confirmed and the
    installation should be balanced from the centre of the area
    to minimize waste.
    • Snap a chalk line on the substrate to identify the layout
    reference points, planks should be set using this reference to
    ensure each row is aligned and will lock together correctly.
    • From the left side of the room put the first plank in place so
    both the head and side seam grooves are exposed. Planks
    are to be installed from left to right. NOTE: To assist in laying
    the first row straight, the use of masking tape across each
    short end locking system is helpful. Continue this for the
    first two rows and remove after completion of installation.

    Install the second piece in the first row by laying the shortend
    tongue onto the previously installed piece short-end
    groove. Lock the pieces together using a rubber mallet.
    This will engage the 2G click locking into the piece you just
    placed; you will hear and feel the pieces lock together as
    the locking tab engages in the joint. Use a soft, white No.2
    rubber mallet to vertically engage the joint.
    • Continue in this manner for the rest of the first row. The last
    piece in the row should be cut to length while maintaining
    the 10mm expansion gap along the perimeter of the room.
    • Cut a piece that is a least 5.9” or 150mm shorter than the
    first plank to start the second row or use the cut off from
    the previous row, keeping in mind the length requirements
    above. Install the first piece in the second row by inserting
    the long side tongue into the groove of the piece in the first
    row at a low angle (25 degree) to the installed piece. Then
    firmly lower the plank while maintaining a slight pressure
    toward the installed piece. The pieces should fit snugly
    together and lay flat. Ensure that the 10mm (3/8”) expansion
    gap is kept along the wall.
    • To install the remaining planks in the second row, first align
    the long edge tongue into the groove of the previous row
    at a shallow angle. Slide the piece to the left until the piece
    meets the previously installed piece.
    • Firmly lower the piece while maintaining a slight pressure
    towards the installed piece. The pieces should fit snugly
    together and lay flat. Engage the short edge joint as in the
    • Work across the length of the room installing pieces in the
    second row. It is critical to keep these first two rows straight
    and square, as they are the “foundation” for the rest of the
    installation. Check often for squareness and straightness
    while installing the floor as failure to do so can result in
    • The use of several 10mm (3/8”) spacer blocks along the first
    wall will ensure the floor does not shift back towards the left
    wall during installation.
    • Continue installing, being certain to maintain a random
    pattern repeat, assisted by offsetting end seams by at least
    150mm (5.9”). Maintain a 10mm (3/8”) expansion gap at all
    fixed vertical surfaces.
    • Check to be certain all planks are fully engaged; if slight
    gapping is noticed or the pieces will not lay flat, simply
    disengage the long/top side joint and then carefully slide
    the short/end joint apart. Do not pull up on this joint as it
    will damage the locking mechanism! Reinstall the piece.
    • The last row (possibly the first row) plank width should be
    no less than 50mm (2”) on the long seam. Remember to
    allow for a gap of 10mm (3/8”) to the wall.
    • Install wall moldings and door transition moldings last. Be
    sure that all moldings are fastened directly to the wall or
    subfloor; do not place any fasteners through the floating
    vinyl flooring. Care must be taken when fitting wall moldings
    that they do not push down on the floor. This will affect
    the floors ability to expand and contract and may lead to
    product failure.
    Note: The 2G Click lock joints cannot be ‘lifted’ or angled apart
    when removing or repositioning a plank. To remove a plank,
    first disengage the top/long angle joint by lifting at a slight
    angle while pulling the complete rows away from each other.
    Then simply ‘slide’ the drop joint apart along the floor. Failure
    to slide this joint apart will damage the drop lock mechanism
    and prevent proper re-installation of the affected plank.


    Rigid Core Flooring can also be installed on an embedded
    radiant heated sub floor. Turn the heating system off for 24
    hours before, during and 24 hours after installation. Floor
    temperature must not exceed 85°F (30°C). Special installation
    instructions concerning the subfloor must be followed.
    Clean regularly with a soft bristle broom to remove loose
    dirt and grit. Damp-mop as needed with clean water and a
    nonabrasive floor cleaner. Harsh cleaning chemicals should
    not be used on luxury vinyl flooring. Use protective pads for
    furniture and appliance to prevent scratching. Visit our website
    for a complete list of professional products.

    The Rigid Core floor plank is warranted to be free from
    manufacturing or material defects for the life of the product
    when installed and maintained according to instructions on
    the back of the carton. This warranty is non-transferable and
    applies only to the original purchaser.
    The 10-Year Limited Light Commercial Warranty means that
    for 10 years, from the date of original purchase, your floor will
    be free from manufacturing defect and will not wear through
    when installed and maintained according to instructions on the
    back of the carton.