You don't say what your AS is, nor does the link give the weight of the product, but you will probably be adding significant weight to your trailer. Have you weighed your trailer? It's likely quite a bit heavier than what the factory lists it as, and when you add a product like this the total weight may approach or exceed the rated weight of your axles and the tongue weight rating for your tow vehicle. Maybe not, but you should know.
It's an "engineered" product so only the top portion - as little as 1/16' - is really Acacia. The substrate is usually a cheap softwood like pine or poplar, all glued together with an exterior grade glue. Delamination of the finish surface is possible with temperature and moisture changes you'll experience in a travel trailer as you move around the continent over the seasons.
Personally I'd consider a vinyl "click" flooring (I actually did use an Armstrong product), but even with those you can experience warping due to high temps if you don't allow for expansion.