Engineered Flooring 210 × 20 mm
Oak is a versatile species that takes pigments very well, so it lends itself well to pre-sealed flooring. The physical characteristics that give Oak its charm are still visible through the finish, so this floor has a naturally charming character and can be matched with the desired design scheme.
White Mist is a beautifully pale and calming design that mixes subtle grey and white hues, to create a floor that combines elements of softness and warmth. These qualities take on an extra dimension when mixed with the striking patterns found in the oak. This is a relaxed, easy-to-live-with floor that will go with anything.
Oiled finishes are very popular as they have a natural look and feel, so simply add to the appearance of the wood.
Advances in engineered flooring technology mean that boards can now be longer and wider than ever. A wide floor enhances the atmosphere of a room, particularly in large spaces, and gives a modern and elegant feel to any project.
The ply backing of an engineered floor with a hardwood veneer glued on top gives our engineered floors the same beautiful appearance of a solid wood floor but with superior construction, greater stability, and compatibility with under floor heating.
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Floor Size: 0m2
Packs: Variable pack size
Our engineered board has been produced using a Russian WBP birch ply, manufactured to European standard EN 326-2. The adhesive used to bond the board is an E1 category, PUR adhesive (formaldehyde free) to DIN/EN 14257 and DIN/EN 204 low emission glue which is heat and water resistant in accordance with BS EN 14342:2005+A1. The top layer is kiln dried to between 8-12% moisture content.
The formaldehyde emissions are: 0,01 ppm, pentachlorophenol emissions: <0.8 mg/kg.
Thermal conductivity (W/mK) is 0,10W/mK.
Suitable for secret fixing to ply, battens or joist subfloor, floating on an underlay or a fully bonded installation to a screed subfloor. The board is supplied with a micro bevel along the length of the board, factory Oiled ready to use
*if the product is being laid in a high traffic environment then an additional coat of oil is recommended.
Compatible for use in conjunction with underfloor heating the board complies with BS 8201:2011, rated in accordance with BS EN 13501-1, and is classified D fl -S1 when laid as a fixed floor on a structural subfloor or E fl- S1 when laid on battens or joists for minimal smoke production.
Product code: OLWM/210
Type of finish: Engineered Pre-Oiled
Brushed: Millrun Grade, contains knots & Colour variation
Profile: Oiled – An additional coat is recommended.
Weight: 15 kg
Recommended Use: per Square Metre
Dimensions: 210 × 20 mm
Width: 210 mm
Thickness: 20 mm
Colour : Light
Under Floor Heating : Tongue and Groove
Unit Measurement : Bevelled Edge
Design : Wide Boards (150mm – 300mm), Engineered
Engineered: 2 part Engineered floor with a Hardwood top surface bonded to a multilayer waterproof Russian Birch Plywood. Can be Nailed, Stuck Down, or Floated depending on the sub floor. All floors are Tongue and Groove with Ends Matched unless stated otherwise.
Floating: A floating floor is not physically connected to the sub floor. Normally laid on an underlay, the floor is joined by gluing the tongue and groove together or by using a click system.
Micro Bevelled: Micro Bevelled means a very small v shape can be seen on the long sides of the boards. The ends have no bevel.
Nail Fitting: Nail fixing is usually done via a nail gun, e.g. Porta-Nailer, where a serrated nail is inserted through the tongue at 45 degrees.
Pre-Oiled: This product is supplied with a Factory UV Oiled surface. The Natural Wood Floor Company recommends that an additional coat of oil is applied to the surface prior to regular use.
Stick Down: Sticking involves the use of an adhesive to bond the wood flooring to either a concrete/screed sub floor or to a ply/chipboard sub floor.
Under Floor Heating: This product is compatible for use over an electric or water under floor heating system. The maximum temperature must not exceed 27 degrees Celsius at the floor surface.