Wicanders gets another F4 Star certification

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Mozelos, Portugal—Wicanders’ Authentica line produced by Amorim Revestimentos just earned its F4 Star certification. The F4 Star MLIT certification is globally known as one of the most demanding tests to overcome when entering Japan’s market. The Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport evaluated the product and certified it to be completely free from formaldehyde-emitting components.

Authentica combines the Corktech technology benefits (silence; natural thermal isolation; impact resistance; walking comfort and body wellness) with a product that, by having a double layer of cork, stands out on the vinyl flooring by offering a more ecological solution. In its core, Authentica’s touch is as natural and comforting as cork’s. On the surface, it demonstrates endurance and presents a wide range of visuals that will please even the most demanding preferences by contemporary interior fashionistas.

From light shades of white and gray to intense hues of brown and black, Wicanders gathers in its Authentica line a unique assortment of looks and is able to satisfy each of today’s market trends. Within those which replicate wood, the selection covers 18 options from Light Washed Oak to Brown Rustic Pine; there are 10 different visuals for those resembling stone, including Beige and Graphite Marble, Jurassic Limestone and Arabian Slate.



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