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English oak flooring: Factory grade

65/75/100mm mixed widths | T&G

English oak flooring. Factory grade. 65 / 75 / 100mm

Ideal for: Small areas and tighter budgets.
Not ideal for: Large areas and those who do not like a ‘busy’ look.

The Factory grade is a narrow strip, light character floor suitable for small spaces and contemporary interiors where wider boards would look out of place. By using a narrower specification it is possible to create the illusion of more space which makes the Factory grade ideal for corridors or long narrow rooms. The Factory grade also allows the inclusion of some natural character without creating a rustic look.

The boards are supplied unfinished and will require sanding and sealing before use. A degree of movement should be expected after fitting and throughout the year as the ambient temperature and humidity vary.

Technical Specification

Provenance Legal and well managed forests in England
Face widths Thickness Profile Length
65 / 75 / 100mm 20mm T&G 0.5 – 3.0mt
Profiles T&G
Available in one mixed width specifications
Moisture content 10 – 12 %
Surface finish Supplied planed without surface treatment
Shrinkage 0 – 2%. Dependent on ambient humidity
Weight 650 Kg / m3 when air dried
Modulus of elasticity E = 13,000 N/mm2
Resistance to impact Medium / High
Fixing options
Face widths Secret
Glue Cut nails Srews Floating
100 / 125 / 150mm Accept-icon Accept-icon Delete-icon  Delete-icon Delete-icon
Subfloor options
Face widths Plywood /
100 / 125 / 150mm Accept-icon Accept-icon Accept-icon Delete-icon

We do not recommend that our solid hardwood flooring is laid over underfloor heating

Further information Trada Technology.
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