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Surya Click brings you the smartest flooring system which enables an easy installation. The cutting-edge 5G system, is an advanced locking system used to install laminate floor planks with the revolutionary 'Single Click' method. The locking system has the conventional long side, but initiates on the short side by a simple folding down movement and provides a robust and glue-free laminate flooring for all types and widths.

‘Saves 50% of your time on installation with no tools required to achieve the perfect balance’

Valinge has the best-patented technology in flooring applications with 5G being the latest addition to their extensive portfolio. Since 1993, they have been at the top of their game and constantly share the knowledge and art to considerably improve the quality of flooring and the lives surrounding it.

The 5G locking system is the fastest and the easiest method to install laminate flooring which helps cuts down 50% of the time required for installation as compared to other locking systems. Surya Click offers this innovative time-saving and cost-efficient technology with a collection of beautiful laminate designs to choose from.

Features

Fast & Easy
   Fast and easy single action installation
Stability
   Strong, resilient and dimensional stability
Lower risk of squeaking sound
   No shifting of short or long sides
High Impact Resistance
   High resistance to impact or abrasion from furniture legs, chair castors
Heat & Flame Resistance
   Resistance to heat and flame
Skid-free & Slip Resistant
   Skid-free and slip resistant

KNOW YOUR FLOORING

RANGE

PLANK SIZE

1200mm x 191mm

THICKNESS

8mm / 12mm

GRADES

AC3 / AC4 / AC5
variants

STRUCTURE

Range

  • Texture - 7 Design of texture
  • Design – Full side plank
  • Thickness – 8 mm and 12 mm (*only for Surya Premium)
  • Grade – AC3 | AC4 | AC5

WARRANTY

STANDARDS

In recent years the quality of laminate floor coverings has been assessed almost exclusively on the basis of the Taber values. However, this method of testing is far from adequate for quality assessment purposes because according to EN 438-2.6 it allows deviations of up to 40%. Furthermore, this test method assesses only the abrasion resistance of the laminate element surface using a rotating sand paper to grind away the overlay until the first sign of damage to the printed pattern sheet becomes apparent. The precision of the workmanship, the properties of the substrate or the balancer used - to mention only some of the decisive quality criteria - are not taken into account at all.

Nowadays grossly inflated Taber values can be achieved without any technical difficulties with the result that the Taber value has become, primarily a marketing tool but it should be realised, however that no essential quality improvement is achieved through these manipulations. Indeed, this situation has led to confusion and misrepresentation in the market. With the new EU Standard, regulations which do not permit any false interpretations will be established throughout Europe.

The new EU-Standard is so designed that it fits in with the already existing EN 685 which classifies floor coverings generally - like linoleum and plastic flooring - into service categories consistent with their durability. The various service categories are depicted by means of pictograms. Laminate floor coverings for application domestic (21-23) and commercial (31-33) areas are taken into account. This easy-to-understand system enables an easy comparison between products from different manufacturers, and at the same time ensures that the selected products are of the right durability for the intended end use.

Surya Click HDF Laminate Flooring has already reoriented to comply with the future standard. In other words, our products are already being finished in accordance with these requirements, are subjected to continuous monitoring, and are marked for identification purposes accordingly.

General Requirements
Thickness of the element Average +/-0.5 mm relative to the nominal value Maximal, minimal >= 0.5 mm
Length of top layer No measured value because following values exceed nominal value:
Length < 1500 mm: >= ± 0.5 mm
Length > 1500 mm: >= ± 0.3 mm/m
Width of top layer Average >= 0.1 mm relative to the nominal value Maximal, minimal >= 0.2 mm
Length of side in case of square elements Average >= 0.1 mm relative to the nominal value Maximal, minimal >= 0.2 mm
Right-angle gauge test Maximal >= 0,2 mm
Straightness of edge (longitudinal distortion) Maximal >= 0,3 mm/m
Flatness of the element Maximal individual values:
Width concave >= 0.15 %, convex >= 0.20% Length concave >= 0.50 %, convex >= 1.00 %
Joint openings between adjacent elements Average >= 0.15 mm Maximal >= 0.20 mm
Difference in elevation between adjacent elements Average >= 0.10 mm Maximal >= 0,15 mm
Dimensional distortion with climatic changes Length and width >= 0.9 mm
Lifting resistance > 1,00 N/mm²
Lightfastness, EN 20105 Blue Wool Scale, Part B02, no worse than 6 Grey Scale, Part A02, no worse than 4
Indentation after constant load, EN 433 No visible change
>= 0.01 mm in test with straight steel cylinder, diameter 11.30 mm
Surface appearance, EN 438 Minor surface defects are permissible
Moisture content on leaving works, EN 322 4 to 10 %
Deviations within any one delivery >= 1.5%

Comparision of European Standards
VS.
Surya Click Wooden Flooring

European Standards of Wooden Flooring Test
Service Category Domestic Commercial EN 685
Heavy Light Normal Heavy
Resistance to abrasion AC 3
IP > 2.000
AC 4
IP > 4.000
AC 5
IP > 6.000
Appendix E
Impact Resistance Newton/mm drop height IC 1 IC 2 IC 3 Appendix F EN 438
2.11/2.12
10N/800mm 15N/1000mm 20N/1200mm
8N/1000mm 12N/1400mm 15N/1600mm
Resistance to Stains Groups 1, 2 & 3 Grade 5
Grade 4
EN 438 2.15
Resistance to cigarette Burns Grade 4 EN 438 2.18
Effect of a furniture leg No visible damage when tested with test object Type O EN 424
Effect of a castor chair No visible change or damage EN 425
Thickness Swelling <20% <18% Appendix G
SURYA CLICK WOODEN FLOORING Test
Domestic Commercial EN 685
Heavy Light Normal Heavy
AC 3
> 3800
AC 4
> 5500
AC 5
> 6500
Appendix E
IC 1 IC 2 IC 3 Appendix F EN 438
2.11/2.12
8N/800mm 18N/1000mm 25N/1200mm
6N/1000mm 10N/1400mm 16N/1600mm
Grade 5
Grade 4
EN 438 2.15
Grade 4 EN 438 2.18
No visible damage when tested with test object Type O EN 424
No visible change or damage EN 425
< 12% < 16% Appendix G

Product Features

Fade Resistant
Stain Resistant
Termite Resistant
Wear Resistant
Impact Resistant
Glue free Installation
Cigarette Burn Resistant
Anti-Moisture Edge Protection
Suitable for Underfloor Heating
Hygienic and environment Friendly
Easily Cleaned and maintained, Hygienic
Skid-Free & Slip Resistant
Heat & Flame Resistant
Fast & Easy
Lower risk of squeaking
Stability