Engineered parquet floor OS 2

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oiled, brushed
wide plank
commercial, industrial


TOP 4,5 Engineered French Oak plankflooring With a thickness of 5/8'' (15.7 mm) and top layer of +/- 11/64'' (4.5 mm) the TOP 4.5 is in class 33: high commercial use. We remind you that we have obtained the Cfl s1 classification for about fifty brushed, sawed, structured finishes with oxidative oiling. The TOP 4.5 will make its entry progressively as the remaining stocks in TOP 4 are reached. TOP 3,2/3,4 Engineered French Oak plankflooring We have created a new range of Engineered French Oak plankflooring in 9/16’’ (14.4 mm) thickness, with a top layer between 1/8’’ and 9/64’’ (3.2 and 3.4 mm), which is class 31. This new TOP 3.2/3.4 exists in all our collections (except Plancher des Iles, Extrême and Loft). A new INDUSTRIAL Collection makes its entrance. In this category we offer two versions in solid oak: ORIGINE SCIE: Rough-hewn, sawed oak with its original appearance, as it appears when it is stored in the sawmill prior to processing, and subjected to the climatic conditions which give it that unique appearance with its characteristic stains and marks. Tongue-and-groove assembly, with light height difference to accentuate the industrial side. Finishing : OS 1 - Origine scié - Raw wood aspect oiled OS 2 - Origine scié - Natural oiled OS 3 - Origine scié - Chaume oiled USINE 4 : as close as possible to raw wood look with all the singularities of wood that reveal its factory aspect, cleaned and structured. Tongue and groove assembly Finitions : U4-1 - Usine 4 - Raw wood aspect oiled U4-2 Usine 4 - Natural oiled U4-3 Usine 4 - Chaume oiled U4-4 Usine 4 - Millésime oiled


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