Engineered flooring characteristics

 

 

A – the bottom layer. WBP class plywood;

B – Oak top layer, 3, 4 or 6 mm thickness;

C – 4-sides bevel, 1,0 x 1,0 mm size.

D – “tongue-groove” profile;

E – anti-tension plywood undercuts.

Overall photos of the grades, unfinished (widths 160-220mm)

Select

Natur

Rustic A

Rustic B

  • Stenyk’s engineered flooring meets EU standards EN 14342!

Qualitative characteristics of 2-layered engineered flooring


Description Select Natur Rustic A Rustic B
Width 160 – 220 mm
Product type Engineered flooring Engineered flooring Engineered flooring Engineered flooring
Type of wood Oak Oak Oak Oak
Glue grade D3 D3 D3 D3
Plywood type WBP plywood WBP plywood WBP plywood WBP plywood
Wood grain Mixed Mixed Mixed Mixed
Rot Not permitted Not permitted Not permitted Not permitted
Wormholes Not permitted Not permitted Not permitted Not permitted
Sapwood Not permitted Not permitted

Partially permitted

(up to 15mm from the edge)

Partially permitted

(up to 20% of the front face)

Pith Not permitted Not permitted Not permitted Permitted
End-face cracks Not permitted Not permitted Not permitted Up to 100 mm
Non-through cracks Not permitted Not permitted Not permitted Permitted
Tobacco knots Not permitted Not permitted Not permitted Permitted
Knotholes (filled with putty) Not permitted Not permitted Permitted Permitted
Knots Sound Ø ≤ 5 mm Ø ≤ 15 mm Ø ≤ 30 mm Ø ≤ 60 mm
Unsound Ø ≤ 3 mm Ø ≤ 5 mm Ø ≤ 15 mm Ø ≤ 30 mm
Moisture level 7 – 9% 7 – 9% 7 – 9% 7 – 9%
Plank geometry ± 0,05 mm ± 0,05 mm ± 0,05 mm ± 0,05 mm
Color variation Without sharp color variation

Slight variation of the color

within a timber tone

Average color variation

Considerable color variation

(typical for this wood type)

  • Stenyk’s engineered flooring meets EU standards EN 14342!

Qualitative characteristics of 2-layered engineered flooring