Unilin Technologies revolutionized the flooring industry with the introduction of the Uniclic locking technology.
After this ground-breaking innovation we continued to improve the quality of flooring products by additional technology developments. Technologies such as advanced fold-down locking systems, bevels, surface structures and innovative production methods were successfully introduced to the flooring industry.
Unilin Technologies provides worldwide services to the entire flooring industry, covering the complete range of board materials: laminate, solid wood, engineered wood, LVT, WPC, SPC, etc.
Our Flooring category focuses on the various patented technologies we offer for all types of core-board materials.
However, we also commercialize patented technologies that focus on other industries such as ceramics, digital printing, furniture ...
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Unilin Technologies launches Pressed Bevel for resilient flooring
Unilin Technologies introduces its patented Pressed Bevel Technology for resilient flooring to its continuously growing licensing base. With this technology, the edges of a resilient flooring panel are pressed downwards into a bevel, making sure the decor layer and texture of the board continue until the deepest point of the bevel. This unique technology, on which Unilin Technologies already started filing patents more than 10 years ago, enhances the appearance of resilient flooring to be even closer to real wood than ever before.
Unilin enters into additional patent agreements with Classen, Windmöller and Shaw
On The 24th of March, Unilin’s IP company entered into new agreements with Classen, Windmöller and Shaw, which do not only reconfirm the historical patent sublicense frameworks with these companies but also extend the cooperation by allowing Unilin IP to offer protection on additional patents of such companies to its licensing base.
Chinese Patent Office confirms validity of Unilin’s Click Patent
In a 13 page decision, issued on March 24th, 2021 by the Chinese National Intellectual Property Administration (“CNIPA”), Unilin’s CN 101023230 patent was declared to remain valid. The decision follows an action filed by a third party claiming the patented invention lacked ingenuity based on several prior art technologies.