The RCCB with its 100 % organic, PVC-free composition yields the lowest emissions of any multilayer or floating floor. Micodur emission levels are 30 times lower than required by Green Guard certification. Micodurs noise reduction layer far surpasses traditional tile and exceeds that of WPCs.
Licos Micodur flooring products match or surpass certifications of other flooring products across the industry. We are proud of our product quality and sustainability. From the environmental responsibility to industry-leading warranties, Licos Swiss quality floors are among the very best.
|Flooring Certifications||LICO Swiss Quality Floors||Other Brands||Other Brands|
|Product Line||Micodur||Traditional Tile||WPC (Wood Plastic Composite)|
|Wear & Abrasion Resistance||Class AC5-Highest Rating||Class AC5-Highest Rating||Heavy Commercial|
|Emissions||Lowest in the Industry||Standard||High|
Lico vinyl flooring features a scratch-resistant top layer that easily repels dirt and requires little effort to keep clean.
Much like ceramic tiles and natural stone tiles, Micodurs fire resistance is superior when compared to any PVC-based or wood-based flooring products.
Lico floors are made with a proprietary blend of PVC, resins and minerals, which yield the highest density and most stable core in the multilayer flooring industry, and resist the harmful effects of UV light.
Through a patented high-temperature melding process, the RCB core in Micodur is simultaneously integrated into a 6-layer, homogenous board, which will never delaminate, cup or curl, making it safe for use with underfloor heating.
Unlike wood flooring, the scratch resistant technology in Lico flooring products make it safe to use commercially available cleaning products.
Micodur is a natural, 100 % organic, PVC-free floor that is the perfect combination of cement, minerals and cellulose fibers which provides extreme density and dimensional stability.
As a Green Guard certified product, Lico flooring products yield the lowest emissions of any multilayer or floating floor. In fact, emission levels are 30 times lower than required by Green Guard certification.