Engineered parquet floor
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engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
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Characteristics

Type
engineered
Installation
glued, floating, nailed
Material
wenge, oak, hardwood, walnut, white oak, maple, American walnut, antique oak, merbau, jatoba, rough sawn
Finish
brushed, oiled, hand-scraped, matte, varnished, lacquered, antique, stained, smooth, waxed, textured, prefinished, colored, semi-gloss, smoothed, satin finish
Format
strip
Options
grooved, sawn, personalized
Market
commercial, for hotel, for restaurants, for office, for shops
Ecological characteristics
PEFC-certified, FSC-certified, low-VOC, in reclaimed material, formaldehyde-free

Description

The innovation of a renewed classic. Classic parquet flooring in large dimensions with available formats from 140 to 450 mm width and from 1200 to 4500 mm length. This parquet flooring is distinguished by its superficial structure which is conservative and stunning. Its lightly brushed finish and its edged sides highlight the personality of this renewed classic. The original collection let a wide flexibility when designing customized indoors. You will be able to adapt every place by choosing between eighteen colours, matte varnish finishes of high resistance and natural hard wax oil, as well as different selections of wood. SOLID WOOD TOP LAYER: 4mm Oak CORE LAYER 9/12 mm plywood. Made from high resistance multilayer plywood to guarantee high dimensional stability. SOLID HARDWOOD BACKING 3mm. Made from hardwood to balance the construction Suitable for underfloor heating.

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