Wooden raised access floor tile LEVEL UP CERAMIC
in WPChigh-resistanceoutdoor

wooden raised access floor tile
wooden raised access floor tile
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Characteristics

Material
wooden, in WPC
Technical characteristics
high-resistance
Location
outdoor
Other characteristics
adjustable
Market
commercial

Description

LEVEL UP WOOD: a system designed for the installation of 60 x 60 cm tiles in thermotreated wood or wpc shield on a floating raised floor. Level Up Wood is distinguished by the load-bearing structure made of specifically designed material. It guarantees the highest safety standards even in case of breakage without the application of any reinforcement system. Level Up wood is available in 2 differents kind of finishing: Thermotreated wood or WPC. • The thermotreatment process is carried out by exposing the wood to high temperatures up to 220°C, in a stainless steel oven, without the use of chemicals, just inducing heat, steam and water. This process reduces signi cantly the possibility of shrinkage, swelling or cracking. The durability characteristics are also improved, reaching similar values to the ones of the best tropical woods. Tile for outdoor decking & flooring. Dimensions: 600 x 600 mm. It is composed by thermo-treated wooden deck boards with a smooth finishing (pine and/or ash wood essence or WPC). The structure is 21 mm thick, with a PP support of 38 mm thickness, adjustable to the required height. The main structure and deck boards are joined together by 36 xing points 4 thermo-treated wood or WPC Shield tiles correspond to 1,44 sqm with a standard tolerance of 2,78 pcs./sqm. MATERIAL Made in thermotreated wood (pine or ash) or WPC Shield with adjustable supporting PP (polypropylene) base. USE Perfect for outdoor use, terraces, flooring.

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