Parquet Oak



OAK (Quercus) The genus is native to the Northern Hemisphere, and includes deciduous and evergreen types, alltogether about 200 species.


Oak is a hard, tough, highly durable and flexible, and easy to process. It is, therefore, not surprising that oak wood has many wide applications. Largely used as lumber, the interior design, flooring industry, stairs and furniture, oak represents commonly used wood. Oak flooring is the most popular domestic parquet. Oak flooring is yellowish to light brown in color with exceptional quality.


Parquet oak can be found in the following classes: A, A / B, B, C and treatments: raw, lacquered, oiled and brushed.


Modes A A/B B C Dimensions
3-s/3-strip 13-16 x 206 x 2200mm
3-s/1-strip (daska) 13-16 x 150-190 x 1500-2200mm
2-s 70 11 x 70 x 400-600mm
2-s 90 11 x 90 x 600-1200mm
2-s 120 11 x 120 x 1000-1500mm
Solid processed 14-21 x 25-120 x 250-1500mm
Solid raw 14-21 x 25-120 x 250-1500mm
Values very high high medium low very low
Weight kg/m² 780
Hardness (Brinell) 3,7
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