Hybrid Timber SPT

Golden Elite SPT is available in eight, true timber veneer colours including three Australian species.

Each floor then is thoroughly unique in its aesthetic appearance and brings the essence of nature into your home or office.
With a total of nine layers of polyurethane ceramic matt UV coating applied to the surface to seal, it’s protected from moisture.
Our unique engineered tri-layer limestone polymer core provides greater dimensional stability compared to mono-layer alternatives or natural timber and the hardness of the core significantly improves the indent resistance of the surface.


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Golden Elite Group is proud to bring the next evolution of hybrid flooring to the Australian market – Stone Polymer Timber (SPT) So what makes this product different?

Whereas traditional hybrid floors feature a printed film decorative layer, Golden Elite SPT features a timber veneer to authentically capture the look and feel of real timber without limitations and at a budget-friendly price.  Just as no two trees are the same in nature because Golden Elite SPT incorporates a real timber veneer decorative layer no two planks are the same – meaning there is no pattern repeat as there is with decorative print films.

Golden Elite SPT incorporates a 1.5mm natural cork backing layer rather than the more popular foam type options.

The composition of the limestone core means that the cutting/sanding dust provided contains less than the GHS threshold (GHS hazard categories represent the known hazards of the chemical) of 0.1% by weight, which is required by Safe Work Australia. This means the product is not of concern with regards to respirable crystalline silica.
There are six good reasons for using cork backing;

1. Cork is made up of suberin which is a water resistant, waxy substance that is present in the cell walls and this is the major reason for the high resistance to degradation and the low permeability of this natural material.  There are plenty of alarmist theories on the web about cork floors soaking up water like a sponge. The reality is that cork actually ranks alongside some of the more water-resistant wood flooring options out there.

2. The natural resistance of cork to crushing helps eliminate permanent dents or deformities caused by heavy objects resting on the floor.

3. The inclusion of a cork significantly reduces the sound of footstep noise both within the room and in the space below, in the case of 2nd floor and above installations.

4. Cork can make floors feel much warmer because of its natural thermal insulating qualities.

5. The natural texture of cork improves the mechanical friction between it and the subfloor surface which supports dimensional and joint stability in floating floor applications.

6. Cork allows for two methods of installation, either floating or direct-stick.
All these features of SPT work together to bring you an affordable, real timber alternative that has high water resistance and stability, comfort and quietness underfoot as well as being easy to maintain.
*WARNING: Please note that the photo and sample boards represent species NOT colour. The photo/panel you are viewing now may appear different from the flooring in the pack due to natural product colour variation.


* Photo below – Illustrations from AUSTRALIAN TIMBER FLOORING ASSOCIATION CONSUMER (ATFA) GUIDEversion 2 – September 2010


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