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Engineers Boards – Range from 15mm to 21mm thick | length-180/190cm

14/3mm
18mm – £40m2
20mm – £45m2
21mm – £48m2


Solid & Engineer Parquet blocks


GRADING IMAGES: EUROPEAN OAK:

These images are meant as a guide only, of the likely character in each grade. Often boards could fit into higher or lower grades depending on the overall consignment.

prime700

Prime

Even Colour

Mainly clear boards. Occasional sound pencil knots up to 10mm diameter

No Splits or Sap permitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


select700Select

Minimal Colour Variation

Many clear boards. Occasional sound knots up to 20mm diameter. May be filled or fillable. Maximum average of 2 small knots per linear metre of board length. Pencil knots (<10mm) not limited.

No Splits or Sap permitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


standard700Standard

Limited Minor Colour Variation permitted.

Occasional clear boards. Sound knots up to 35mm diameter. May be filled or fillable. Maximum average of 3 knots per linear metre of board length.

Occasional small stable end splits one end – length up to 50mm. Occasional sound hard sap up to 5% of face area of the board.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


character700Character

Minor Colour Variation permitted.

Sound knots up to 60mm diameter. Dark knots up to 25mm. May be filled or fillable. Maximum average of 3 knots per linear metre of board length. Cracks in knots up to 100mm either end of knot

Occasional small stable end splits one end – length up to 100mm. Occasional sound hard sap up to 10% of face area of the board.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


rustic700Rustic

Colour Variation allowed

Unlimited Knot Size. Knots may be filled or fillable.

Occasional small stable end splits one end – length up to 100mm. Occasional sound hard sap up to 10% of face area of the board.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Woodworm

We try to ensure that there are no worm holes remaining in the finished boards but it is not always possible to spot every pin hole especially when they look very similar to pin knots. Worm holes tend to occur mainly in the sapwood which is softer.

Woodworm tends to give up when they get to the heartwood as it is so hard and dense. If any woodworm holes remain, it is most unlikely that the worm/flight holes are active after the boards have been through the kiln drying process.

If you find any flight holes prior to fitting the floor, you could either exchange the boards or if it is just the odd hole this could be treated with a proprietary woodworm treatment.

 

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