Parquet Wenge



WENGE (Millettia laurentii) is a tree of the family legume native to Congo, Cameroon, Gabon and Guinea. Wenge is a tropical tree and has  a distinctive appearance. Wenge is the hardest exotic wood, very strong and therefore particularly suitable for the production of parquet.


Wenge parquet has dark brown color which leads toward black making it particularly attractive. Of all wooden floors wenge has the lowest level of oxidation, which means a minimum change in colour in a certain period of time.  Parquet wenge has significant abrasion resistance therefore is particularly suitable as a flooring in public areas with great frequency.


Wenge parquet can be found in the following classes: A, C, and treatments: raw,

lacquered, oiled and brushed.


Models 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 840
Hardness (Brinell) 4,2
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