Contact: Gary Chinga Carrasco.
The overall idea of the project “Elefantgolv” is to develop a completely new and innovative flooring solution. “Elefantgolv” shall have unique surface properties, especially excellent impact and scratch-resistance.
A major part of laminate flooring is composed of wood fibres. Photo: PFI.
The project is partly funded by the Research Council of Norway, and is a cooperation between partners from industry, research institutes and university. The project owner is Alloc AS and the R&D partners are PFI and NTNU.
Project period: 2013-2017
180620: The Potential of Functionalized Ceramic Particles in Coatings for Improved Scratch Resistance. Coatings 2018, 8(6), 224.
160613: The potential of ceramic particles in coatings with improved scratch and wear resistance. 5th World Congress on Materials Science & Engineering, June 13-15, Spain.
150902: The biocomposite structure of decorative laminates. 10th International Conference on Composite Science and Technology, 2-4 September, Lisboa, Portugal.
150521: Decorative laminates – Wood fibre based biocomposites. Biocomposites in Construction, 21-22 May, London, UK.