Is the Janka Rating Important?
The Janka rating is an industry standard for testing the hardness and durability of a wooden floorboard or surface. The higher the rating the more durable the board is, but don’t let that be the only defying factor when it comes to choosing your floor.
Although the Janka rating is a good indicator as to how resistant the floor is to high pressure and denting, when it comes to scratches, aging and general wear and tear you must also consider coatings and the occupant’s lifestyles.
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Note: The result is measured in Kilo-newtons (kN)