Unfinished White Oak Versailles Parquet Engineered Wood Flooring

Unfinished White Oak Versailles Parquet Engineered Wood Flooring

Unfinished oak engineered wood floors refers to the oak timber overlay without any pilish or color stains,it is also called raw oak engineered floors or uncoated white oak engineered flooring.Without any traditional PU finish or oil finish, wire-brushed or hand crafted surface still availlable...
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Unfinished White Oak Versailles Parquet Engineered Wood Flooring (1)

Unfinished oak engineered wood floors refers to the oak timber overlay without any pilish or color stains,it is also called raw oak engineered floors or uncoated white oak engineered flooring.Without any traditional PU finish or oil finish, wire-brushed or hand crafted surface still availlable on unfinished oak.


Product:

Parquet Flooring(Oak,Ipe,Walnut,Acacia,etc)

Origin:

China/European

Dimensions

(for Solid):

T: 15mm,18mm

Size:450x450mm,500x500mm,600x600mm,or customized 

Dimensions

(for Engineered):

T: 15mm,18mm,etc

Top layer:2m,3mm,4mm

Size:450x450mm,500x500mm,600x600mm,or customized

Plywood: Multi-layer

Core material: Full Eucalyptus,eucalyptus+birch

Veneer grade:

AB/ABC/ABCD

Moisture content:

8% -10%

Joint system:

T&G,with micro bevel

Glue:

Dynea Phenolic aldehyde resin(CARB P2,E0)

Dynea urea-formaldehyde resin(E1)

Color:

Natural or stained

Surface treatments:

Flat/Wire-brushed/Hand-scraped/Distressed/Smoked/etc

Finish:

Unfinish,Natural Oil,UV Lacquer, anti-scratch painting 

Installation:

Glue, float or nail down

Certificates:

JAS,CARB,FSC,Floorscore,ISO9001:2008,CE


Beveled Edges

Bevel Edge floors feature a larger, more pronounced edge detail, with the individual flooring panels clearly delineated. A full bevel edge is often combined with a sculpted or hand-scraped effect. This combination results in a stunning, time-worn and authentic appearance.


Tongue and Groove

Tongue and groove solve the pesky problems such as shrinking, warping, and working loose commonly experienced by face-nailing planks to floor joists. Because the board's interlock, they’re less likely to heave or show gaps between the planks if the flooring swells or shrinks, which wood has a tendency to do overtime and as humidity levels change.


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