Planks of the classic parquet are produced with a groove or a tongue... (BAS EN 13226).
on a side an on the frontas left or right sided.Right sided parquet plank is the one whose frontal tongue is placed on its right side, and the left side plank is the one whose frontal tongue is placed on the left side whet the plank is facing up and sidewise to the observer.
Parquet planks are made in the lengths from 200 to 500 mm and widths from 42 to 80 mm and thickness from 16 to 21 mm.
TYPES OF WOOD:
The foollowing 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, with the allowed deviation of 0.4% of the planks width.
The connection between the groove and the tongue must not be too loose or too tight.