Mirth Tiles Spec Sheet

Below are pdfs for easy reference:
300mm x 300mm Hardwood Tile
7.25 x 7.25 Spec sheet
Wallpaper Spec Sheet
Peel & Stick Floor and Riser Decal Spec Sheet (Available upon request)



    300mm x 300mm Hardwood Tiles Specs below:
    • Real Oak Hardwood Wear Layer (Top & Bottom)
    • Eucalyptus Core
    • Emits No VOC's
    • Tongue & Groove System
    • Species: Oak
    • Color: Printed Color
    • Structure:
    1. Top Layer: 2.0mm Oak Veneer 
    2. Plywood: 10mm Eucalyptus
      • Glue: Modified Melamine
      • Hardness of Species: 1320 (As per Janka)
      • Thickness Tolerance: 12.5mm, Eucalyptus core
      • Grade: ABE mixed
      • Moisture Content: 8-12%
      • Joint System: Flexible T&G
      • Formaldehyde Emission: E1
      • Veneer Tolerance: 1.8mm
      • Width Offered: 300mm x 300mm
      • Quantity/Box: 14 Tiles
      • Quantity/Pallet: 36 Boxes, 1008 lbs, 504 tiles
      • Weight: 2lbs per tile
        • Prefinished
        • Satin, UV Urethane Tuff Coat
        • UV Cured, Emits No VOC
        • Cold Check - Pass (Details Available)
        • Adhesion Test - Pass (Details Available)
        • Dry Film Thickness: 6.6 Dry Mil Avg
        • Tabor Test: 393 Cycles (CS-17 with 500 Gram Weights)
        • Sheen: Average, 48
        • Slip Resistance: 0.45 Pass (Details Available)
        • For Interior Use Only
        • 5 Year Commercial
        • 15 Year Residential
        • Lifetime Structural
        • Vacuum or damp mop (Mild detergent - Oil/Wax Soaps should not be used)
        • UV Compatible Waterborne finish can be applied (Details Available)

          PLEASE NOTE:
          When ordering Mirth Tiles, please keep in mind that because wood is a natural product no two will be exactly alike. We think this adds to the beauty of the floors and gives them character not found in other types of manufactured tiles. Sometimes the variation is more obvious and for this reason we recommend ordering a 10% overage in case some of the tiles do not meet with your approval. Grain will vary from tile to tile and is not considered a defect. Lighter color tiles typically show more grain than darker colors.