Sustainable. Robust. Practical. That is Lindura wood flooring. And this is precisely what makes this flooring the wood flooring of the future. Manufacturing its surfaces uses approximately one eighth of the wood that is used for conventional multi-layered parquet flooring. How does it work? With an innovative manufacturing process! So-called wood powder technology makes the resource-efficient, real wood covering layer extremely resistant to dents. Wood powder is a fine mix of materials consisting of wood fibres, mineral substances and other additives. It is firmly pressed together with the real wood surface, forming a stable connection that ensures incredibly practical wood flooring!
Wood is a natural raw material processed for Lindura with our special surface finish – a high-quality ultra matt lacquer or a natural oil. Both have their own advantages, which go far beyond visual effects!
The ultra matt lacquer “Duratec Nature” penetrates moisture deep into every pore and is thus very low-maintenance and largely resistant to common stains and household chemicals.
Weartec Nature provides the wood with valuable oils and waxes, and forms a protective surface. PLEASE NOTE: Regular care. Re-oiling according to the floor’s usage is necessary to preserve its value; generally once a year (and more often in heavily used areas such as in kitchens)
Visually, Lindura wood flooring is in a league of its own. The floors that come in rustic grading and authentic grading stand out with their expressive surfaces that are somewhat reminiscent of a ‘used’ look. With a rich variety of hues and a naturally oiled finish, each plank is a reflection of nature and unique from every perspective. Those who prefer things a little less rustic can opt for a calmer grading and a matt lacquered surface: It makes a perfectly harmonious impression! Oak and walnut woods are available.
Regardless of the surface, all Lindura variants have one thing in common: These country house style planks come in a format that is rather unique in the wood flooring segment. By the way, high-tech wood flooring is particularly attractive in spacious rooms, which allow the large-format wooden planks (also known as country house style planks or long planks) in XXL format (2.20 m x 27 cm and 2.60 m x 32 cm) to really come into their own.
Lindura wood flooring is extraordinary in all respects – in terms of format, too! There are two unusually generous château plank formats available as well as the elegant and trendy herringbone format. Our tip: Combining the formats is also possible! Herringbone and château planks alongside one another make for exciting impressions.
The traditional process of sanding down flooring the way you would with parquet is not necessary with Lindura wood flooring, thanks to its extremely hard real wood covering layer pressed with wood powder. But Lindura can also be renovated if necessary. The oiled surface of naturally oiled floors can be easily renewed by re-oiling (even partially, in the case of more minor damage).
Ultra matt lacquered Lindura wood flooring is very easy to renovate. The Bona Recoat System makes the renovation of ageing flooring fast and cost-effective. This system does not involve the time-consuming stripping of the entire surface down to the raw wood; rather, only the top layer of lacquer is sanded down and resealed. This removes the cleaning product residue, foot marks and light scratches, and the flooring is ready to use again the next day.
1. Clean the floor thoroughly
2. Sand down the floor using the Bona Diamond System
3. Vacuum up/wipe up sanding dust
4. Use a roller to apply Bona Traffic HD
You can find further information on renovating matt lacquered Lindura wood flooring on our MEISTER YouTube channel.
Working where other people go on holiday – that’s the name of the game for the Dutch de Visser family. They made a dream come true – for themselves and their wealth of visitors – when they opened their beach bar in Vrouwenpolder in Zeeland in spring 2016. The couple chose Lindura flooring for the interior.
Lindura is the king of the castle: After 10 months of renovation work, the Burgmuseum Horn in Germany reopened this year. The museum is now well equipped to handle the influx of visitors thanks to MEISTER Lindura wood flooring. The museum is around 200 square metres in total, and Lindura wood flooring in matt lacquered rustic oak 8520 was laid on 150 square metres of that floor space. The spacious rooms really highlight the format and look of the château planks.