Lumbertech / Evertech

Lumbertech / Evertech


Textures, colours and finishes that give life to your composite wood flooring

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LUMBERTECH The line of technogical wood floors that combines wood powder (patented) with wood planks, making them more resistant to shocks, is now called Lumbertech and is characterized by an even more natural effect to the touch and to the eye so that its wooden core is purely authentic and its reference to nature and the raw material is respected. A significant change for the former Lindura: in addition to a renewal of the available finishes, the surface has been structured with a deeper brushing, which highlights the grain of the wood. Lumbertech comes in two sizes with different finishes, oil, or varnish; for the latter, a zero gloss varnish has also been introduced, with a matt effect with a natural rendering that leaves the original appearance unchanged, equal to the performance of the oil finishes. All this to reveal the pure and strong soul of reinterpreted wood a true revolution in classic parquet and a solution with a romantic look but with an ultra-technological heart. EVERTECH Can the warm floor be as resistant as stone and replicate its aesthetics? Skema’s answer lies in Evertech, which combines the beauty of trendy materials such as stone, concrete and metal with the elasticity and lightness of wood. Evertech is the evolution of Nadura, the Skema proposal born a few years ago and the result of an exclusive patent that combines a wood powder zzcompound with melamine resin catalyzed by steam, which has allowed to bring on low thickness a resistance to shocks and scratches never found in hot floors. Today, this technological floor has been equipped with substantial innovations that make it even more performing, such as the shallower bevel, but also new colors and nuances that expand the offer. The surfaces harmonize with modern resin trends but also the pore wood declined in large and modern staves with concrete colors rather than bistro. Finally, a new categorisation of surface finishes is introduced, which is easier to consult and identify.