Functions

Italian Original Design
Focus on the Ultimate Beauty

In March 2015, we took the lead in signing a cooperation agreement with the world's top industrial design company and set up INNOMASTER Global Design Center in Modena, Italy, the capital of industrial design.

With the assistance of a very talented staff of more than 80 resident designers from all over the world, and combined with the unique nature of the markets in this part of the world, a new and very unique line of digital painted flooring and wall panel products was thus created.

Golden Proportion

JAS-F4 Star Environmental Protection Standard

The "F4 Star" Standard originates from the laws and regulations of Japan's Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and is a certificate issued by the Ministry of Land and Transportation of Japan. "F4 Star" is the highest level of environmental protection in Japan and is considered to be the healthiest environmental standard in the world as well. In order to meet this standard, the average formaldehyde emission for building materials of this grade should not exceed 0.3 mg /L. When compared to the emission standards of the U.S., Japan’s "F3 Star" Standard is equivalent to the “E0” Standard used in the U.S., which also comes with a restriction on usage area. The "F4 Star" Standard is far higher than the "F3 Star" Standard, and also there is no restriction on usage area.

Domestic Industry Standard of Floor Test Data:

Japanese JAS Star Standard:

  • Formaldehyde Emission of F1 Grade ≤ 5.0 mg / L
  • Formaldehyde Emission of F2 Grade ≤ 1.5 mg / L
  • Formaldehyde Emission of F3 Grade ≤ 0.5 mg / L
  • Formaldehyde Emission of F4 Grade ≤ 0.3 mg / L

Self-contained Aldehyde Removal Function

INNOMASTER---A Flooring and Wall Panels Manufacturing Company with High Social Responsibility

The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization. It was founded in 1993 by international NGOs, environmentalists, timber trade organizations and socially responsible consumers who want to stop deforestation.

FSC tracks the entire process of wood products from forests to consumers by setting standards for good forest management and a chain of production and marketing standards for wood processing, thereby controlling the legal and sustainable sources of wood. FSC wants to use market mechanisms to make the operation structure and management of forest area can be more reasonable, and to ensure the operator can make profit without sacrificing forest resources, ecosystem or affecting community.


Certified by CARB Phase 2

On April 18, 2008, the California Administrative Act Office approved Air Transmission Control Measures (ATCM) which is meant for reducing formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products and the certification is issued by California Air Resources Commission (CARB). This regulation has been incorporated into the California Act 17.
At present, this regulation is one of the strictest standards for formaldehyde emission from composite wood products, and requires factories to supervise the production process strictly in accordance with the quality management system required by this regulation.
Since January 1, 2009, no composite wood products or finished products can be legally sold in the State of California without this "green card" of approval.