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Unicoat, water-repellent coating, laminate, wood-based flooring, waterproof

 

Water-repellent edge-coating for flooring with triple function.

 

ClickControl is an intelligent quality measurement device that will level up the accuracy, speed and safety of the quality assurance departments.

Perfect ceramic imitation

 

The lightweight ceramic alternative technology FlinTile does not only offer a ceramic look but also makes a floor 100% waterproof. The floating installation is possible on existing floors and enables a quick and clean installation that is walkable in less than a day. 

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Unilin continues to defend SPC patent portfolio against Vilox

31/01/2024
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Unilin Technologies, a global leader in flooring innovation, stands firm in its dedication to protecting its extensive SPC patent portfolio. On January 30, the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) ruled that a specific non-foamed SPC product from a single Vilox licensee is not covered by the three patents asserted in the 2019 Unilin ITC action. US Customs and Border Protection however agreed with Unilin’s argumentation that the ruling should be limited to the unique non-foamed SPC sample Vilox presented to CBP. Unilin already filed a district court complaint against Vilox based on different patents within their SPC portfolio.

Unilin takes proactive measures against Vilox to protect licensed partners

25/01/2024
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Unilin Technologies, a global leader in flooring innovation, has filed a complaint in the East Texas District court on January 24 against Vilox, Amy Group and East Texas Floors. The legal action was taken to address the alleged infringement of several claims of multiple US patents within Unilin’s extensive SPC patent portfolio.

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L2C Label program

Unilin Technologies introduced the "License to Click" or "L2C Label Program" in April 2012 to identify boxes of flooring products that are given patent protection under a license agreement. Boxes that are not correctly labelled are considered to be unlicensed, even if they are made by a licensee, and will be legally treated as such.

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