The outcome of the delamination problem was that we couldnt figure it out. Disappointing but thats how it is sometimes. We will replace the 2/3 boards that need it.
Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday.
When you’re out of quality, you’re out of business.
I looked at the problem and looked and looked. Moisture content of the wood was ok as was the humidity in the room. Both of these can cause problems in a wood floor if they are not within a satisfactory range. My conclusion in this instance is that I don’t know where the problem has come from. Most defects within wood floors become apparent within the first 3 months. If a floorhas been down for 1 year with no problem then a failure is due to site conditions in 99% of cases. Clients may not like this but it is true. However in this case at the moment I am foxed.
Democracy is the only system that persists in asking the powers that be whether they are the powers that ought to be.
In general, pride is at the bottom of all great mistakes.
I’m going to look at a case of delamination today. Delamination is where the top layer of noble hardwood commes away from the ply wood. There are several reasons for his including poor manufacturing. If this is the cas then it usually fails within the first few months or at longest 12 months. I will blog more on this after I’ve seen it and tested the floor.