Video: Parquet Board
Parquet board is one of the most successful inventions of mankind. Reasonable combination of hard and relatively soft wood species, thoughtful, stable structure, fairly simple installation, long service life - enable the parquet board to take its rightful place in the flooring market.
Parquet boards are produced and used almost all over the world, of course, there are differences in price and quality, which are influenced by: species, types of wood, modern technology, manufacturer's rating, etc.
The highest places in the parquet board market are rightfully occupied by such companies as: "KARELIA" (Finland), "TARKETT" and "KAHRS" (Sweden). In addition to these brands, LANGMOEN PARKETT (Norway), TEKA (Germany) and UPOFLOOR (Finland) enjoy some popularity in our country.
Parquet boards are divided into three types:
Parquet boards with a single-layer base, glued along the edges with strips, the planks can form any pattern.
Parquet boards with a single-layer base of strips laid in the direction of the longitudinal axis of the parquet board.
Parquet boards with a two-layer base of two glued layers of strips, laid in a mutually perpendicular direction.
The first two types are very archaic and rarely seen in the market. Therefore, we will focus mainly on three-layer products.
On the edges and ends of such boards there are grooves and ridges intended for connecting them to each other, longitudinal cuts on the inner side exclude bending of the board and peeling of the parquet flooring (working layer).
The structure of a parquet board can be compared to the skin of mammals:
- stabilizing the lower layer - subcutaneous fatty tissue (connective tissue);
- the material of the core is the actual leather;
- parquet, working layer-epidermis.
Parquet, the working layer is made of hard wood species (oak, beech, maple, cherry, birch, mahogany and other valuable, exotic species). The core usually consists of softwood, the bottom layer is veneer, the fibers of adjacent layers are perpendicular to each other. friend, which gives significant strength to the parquet board.
Wood for the parquet layer is carefully selected according to color, uniformity, pattern, with different types of sawing (tangential, radial), presence of knots. These features affect the grade (respectively, the price) of the parquet board, for example, rustic, select, standard, natures, branded compositions of manufacturers.
Parquet boards are manufactured in lengths from 1200 to 3000mm, with a gradation of 600mm and a tolerance of + _2mm, up to 22mm thick with a maximum deviation of + _0.2mm, and a width of up to 220mm with a deviation of + _0.3mm.
Laying is done in various ways, the most common are: gluing the board to the base (concrete, chipboard, plywood, old plank floor, while the quality of the screed, plywood base, etc. is important), a floating floor with a substrate and laying on logs, it is recommended " thick "parquet board. (When choosing a method of installation, it would not be superfluous to ask which of them the manufacturer recommends - editor's note). The service life of a parquet board, with proper, careful laying, reasonable, careful maintenance, is quite long, moreover, restoration of the aesthetic qualities of the parquet layer is possible: scraping, varnishing.
In short, the parquet board will preserve and embellish the comfort and warmth of your home, and well-chosen varieties and shades will help preserve the natural mood.
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