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THIMOS PATINA 05 Planed Oiled Oak






TECHNICAL INFORMATIONMAXI FLOOR BOARD
LENGTH (mm)from 1200 to 2500
WIDTH (mm)from 120 to 220from 120 to 300
THICKNESS (mm)1520
QUALITYSINGLESINGLE

Commercial name: Oak
Scientifica name: Quercus Petraea (Matt) Liebl, Quercus robur L.
Brinell Hardness (Kg/mm2): 3,03
Size stability: good
Bathroom, kitchen, heated footing laying: good

The particular structural characteristics employed by Old Floor in the production of floor-boards guarantee a wide range of laying techniques (gluing, floating and nailing) to the final client.

It is necessary to consider the following aspects before carrying out the laying.

Laying plan

- Solidity and firmness of laying surface.
- Thickness uniformity and sub-base rigidity.
- Cracks and splits absence.
- Sub-base humidity content, measured with carbide hygrometer, must always be under 1.7% (cementituos) or 0.2% (anhydride).
- Sub-base cleanliness.
- A suitable moisture screen or barrier must be present.
- In case of floor heating system, it must have been previously tested and laying must be carried out with the system switched off.

Site conditions

- Room temperature must be between 14 and 278C.
- Air humidity must be between 40 and 60%.
- Rooms must be completed with windows, doors and shutters.
- Walls tinting must be completed.
- Any sort of job that may damage flooring must be completed at delivery and before laying.

Gluing system laying

This type of laying must follow the technical directions concerning the adhesive used. The use of two-components glue is suggested.
Glue must be spread out perpendicularly to the laying line and with the correct spatula. Glue residue on floor-boards must be removed immediately.

Floating system laying

Laying must be done on a thermo-acoustic mat (eg. aluminised polyethylene sheet, cork, non-woven fabric, Yuta etc.) and making sure that a low water content vinyl adhesive is spread on the bottom tongue part in a punctiform manner.

Nailing system laying

This technique consists of oblique nails penetrating between the tongue and laying base made of cement damped softwood joists, wooden floor-boards or wooden panels. The tongue must be turned towards the wall and the groove opposite towards the inside of the room.