Elite Herringbone Collection

Introducing the exquisite Herringbone Collection from Ego Premium Products, designed to reflect the best of traditional European flooring techniques. This classic floor pattern has been popular for centuries and is characterized by alternating rows of strip flooring, resulting in several distinct and visually appealing patterns. Each piece is installed one at a time, creating a timeless look that adds elegance and sophistication to any space. The Herringbone Collection features ten unique shades to choose from, allowing you to create a bespoke look that is perfectly tailored to your personal style. And best of all, installation is just as easy as any other solid wood flooring, providing you with a stunning and durable floor that will stand the test of time.

AC4 Grade Material
EIR Surface
4 sided¥ Groove Flooring
2mm Sound block
Specs :600x 90x 12 + 2 mm
Behavior to impact Load EN 13329 IC 2 - height of fall 1700 MM in the maximum height
without damage (1750 MM height)
Behavior to Abrasion EN 13329 IP 4000 Revolutions
Behavior to Scratching ISO 1518 > 25N
Insensitivity of wear layer to stains EN 13329 Rating 5 (no effect)
Porosity Graphite test 1 Grade 1(Pore-free)
Light fastness / UV resistance EN 438.2.6 Level 6 (Blue Wood Standard)
Note : Changes are measured Against Blue Scale.
Grade 6 = No change
Resistant to glowing cigrette ash EN 13329 Degree 5 No visible Changes
Formaldehyde Emission E.T.B Regulation Measured in Permissible P.P.M Emission
Waste Disposal N/A Residual materials disoposals with domestic waste.
No Toxic fumes released during thermal disoposal.
Fire Classification DIN 4102 Flame Retardant - B1
Ignibility DIN 51960 Does not egnite Easily.
Smoke Development 0 - Norm B3800/1 Class Q1 - Low smoke development Austrian institute for Floor Covering
Indentation Test DIN 51955 Residual Indentation 0.0 mm (I.B.A - Koblenz)
Chair Castal Test EN 13329 No Negative changes when using soft wheel castors.
Type W (I.B.A - Koblenz)
Susceptibility to Cracking EN 438-2.26 No Cracks Observable.
Specimen is Subjected to Large Temperature Change
Simulated pusing of Furniture leg EN 13329 No Visible damage
Thickness swelling test EN 13329 < 18% swelling


Vacuum or broom the laminate floor to keep it away from loose dirt and dust.

Wipe up spills like tea, coffee immediately.

For heavier cleaning, use Ego laminate floor cleaner or a mixture of household vinegar and water (1-cup vinegar to 1-gallon warm water) or household ammonia and water (1/2 cup ammonia to 1-gallon warm water).

The worst stains can be removed with acetone or denatured alcohol on a soft cloth without bleaching or damaging the floor. In a pinch, nail polish remover containing acetone is a handy substitute.

Protect the laminate flooring in high traffic areas and from excessive tracking of outside dirt and soil with mats at all entrances. Use door mats and throw rugs outside room entrances and in front of kitchen sink and refrigerator to help keep dirt and grit off your floor, and to prevent damage and excessive wear.mmonia-based cleaners.

Protective felt pads on chair and furniture legs are recommended to further protect the floor. Replace plastic casters on chairs with rubber wheels and lift rather than slide heavy objects across the floor.


Don’t allow water to stand on your floor for any length of time.

Do not wax or refinish your laminate floor.

Do not use soap or detergent-based cleaners, wax-based products or any type of polish on laminate floors, bleach, oil, soaps, as they leave a dull, filmy residue.

Do not scrape the floor to remove the things stuck to your floor, such as gum or candle wax. This situation is best handled by letting the spot harden completely, then scraping it gently off the floor with a plastic scraper. Residue can then be removed using a clean rag damped with a little Ego Laminate flooring cleaner.