The mosaic parquet is made of several layers placed on top of each other. (BAS EN 13226).
The board is consisted from a number of flaps of the same dimensions, aligned along the lenght of their edges next to each other. Flaps are the basic elements produced out of solid wood.
TYPES OF WOOD
The following types of wood are used to make the planks:
- steamed beech
- other kinds of wood as per customers order
All surfaces of the planks must be smooth, and the opposite sides parallel and sharp edged. Edges and frontal faces of the upper side (face)must be at 90 degrees to each other.
Allowed humidity is 9±2% compared to the absolutely dry wood, and it is checked randomly with an attested electrical instrument.
Flaps are made in the following dimensions:
- Thickness: 8 mm
- Width 16- 25 mm
- Length: 120 i 160 mm
Oak boards are classified as the following:
- Extra class, with a uniform color and flat structure
- Standard class, with the allowed mid level deviation in color, as well as rough structure in all cross sections, as well as some sapwood
- Rustic class, with the allowed significant deviation in color, as well as rough structure in all cross sections, and unlimited presence of sapwood and flaws.