Parquet board Tarkett Samba Ash Cocoa

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Tarkett Samba parquet board Ash Cocoa has the following characteristics:

Rustic - this sorting implies the presence of a large number of knots, significant differences color and the presence of sapwood.

Brushed - the result of processing the surface of the board with a hard metal brush. The brushing process removes soft wood fibers. The coating acquires a natural look and a relief surface.

Finish coating
The lacquer coating has a high level of protection against moisture and mechanical damage. A lacquered floor does not require frequent maintenance and cannot be locally restored.

Tarkett Samba parquet flooring Ash Cocoa does not have a chamfer. The laid floor looks smooth and solid.

Slat width
Standard is the most common measure for all manufacturers. Standard width parquet is suitable for any room size.

Wood hardness
Tarkett Samba parquet board Ash Cocoa has a rating of 4 HB.

The Brinell test is the official and accepted method for determining the hardness of wood. To calculate the indicator, a hardened steel ball with a diameter of up to 10 mm is pressed into a smooth (sometimes polished) wood surface for 10-15 seconds under a load of 3000 kgf. The resulting print is measured with a special device, and the HB value (Hardness Brinell - Brinell hardness) is calculated using a special formula.

Soft wood: 1.5 - 2.4 HB
Hard wood: 2.5 - 7 HB
Very hard wood: 7.1 Р 8 HB

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