Boat floor covering OAK Clearfor yachtsfor ships

boat floor covering
boat floor covering
boat floor covering
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for boats, for yachts, for ships

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Collection: BASIC Product: OAK Clear Product Code: EAEB TECHNICAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Branches small knots are permitted Cracks slight stress cracks are permitted Cotter not permitted Worm not permitted Discolourisation not permitted Grain crown cut is permitted, slight mirrors are permitted Sorting picture Partial extension of a laid surface with natural oiled surface area: Download Color difference is a characteristic of natural wood WOOD TYPE: Oak - The Oak is surely one of the most hard wearing woods. Depending on sort, this hard wood offers surfaces free of knots or very lively with large knots and cracks as well as color varieties from almost white to almost black WOOD TREATMENT: untreated - The planks have not received a thermo treatment (Vulcano). The wood is obtained from carefully managed forests managed within Central Europe. The only exception is Sibirian Larch which is coming from Sibiria, Russia. The mafi philosophy ensures the complete tree is used and nothing is wasted. The resulting variations in lengths and width underline the character of a natural wooden floor. TYPE OF PLANK: Symmetric-three-layer-construction with bevel on long side (depending on product: small, big, hand-planed) and all side tongue and groove for end to end laying. Overlay approx. 4 respectively 5mm (hardwood respectively conifer) consisting of selected quality wood. *Handplaned and milled surfaces may have a thinner top layer on partial areas. Intermediate softwood, bonded to the overlay and back layer with PVA adhesive Back layer approx. 4 respectively 5mm (hardwood respectively conifer) consisting of the same wood as the overlay
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.