Veritable Chantilly flooring, of the Premium Choice quality (Standard NF FCBA) made by the flooring manufacturer who supplied materials for the restoration of the Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of Versailles. Sold and delivered in assembled panels. The displayed price is for a 1 m x 1 m panel.The... > See the full description

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Veritable Chantilly flooring, of the Premium Choice quality (Standard NF FCBA) made by the flooring manufacturer who supplied materials for the restoration of the Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of Versailles.

Sold and delivered in assembled panels. The displayed price is for a 1 m x 1 m panel.

The patterns are made of 35 pieces of wood assembled traditionally (grooves / tongues) and framed by 4 dowelled casements. A groove is made on the contour of the panels so that they can be assembled to each other. No glue or other chemical product is used.

Origin: French Oak
Manufacturing: Traditionally crafted in France.
Quality: Pr (Premium Choice), Standard NF FCBA
Dryness: drying between 9 and 11%
Finish: rough. (must be sanded after installation to correct level differences between panels, grain 80, then 100 and then 120)

Dimensions for the panel 1000 mm x 1000 mm:
·Length: 1000 m/m.

·Width: 1000 m/m. ·Thickness: 23 m/m. - Better face: 9 m/m.
- Worse face: 8 m/m.
- Tongue width: 6 m/m.
- Groove depth: 8 m/m.
·Cross-section of interior parts: - Squares: 150 x 150 x 23
- Sleepers: 375 x 75 x 23
- Risers: 925 x 75 x 23
·Assembly: - Assembly without glue, all pieces are machined with grooves and tongues and are held together by dowels at the corners of the panel.
·Quality labels: - Production with label NF/CTBA: EN 13226.
- PEFC Eco-certification
PEFC flooring, CDC number: PEFC/10-32-54
- Sustainable management of forests.
·Treatment: - Solid wood flooring having undergone a preventive insecticide, chemical treatment.

Dust the floor well before applying the finish.
Care Advice
State of the jobsite:
The carcass, hard coating and finishing works must be complete and dry. The room must be enclosed (glazing complete) and the heating must be operational. There is no need for any re-humidification of the building.

Climatic conditions:
Start the heating 3 weeks before installing the floor. It will be interrupted throughout the duration of the installation and will be progressively restarted at least one week after the installation. Temperature of the room and support: at least 15°C. Ventilation must be ensured.
In the special case of heated floors, refer to D.T.U 51.2.

Temporary storage of the flooring and accessories before installation:
The flooring panels and the accessories (battens, skirting boards, etc.) shall be stacked such that they do not suffer from any deformation and such that they are isolated from the floor.

The glues and finishing products will be stored at temperatures between 11 and 25°C. In the special case of heated floors, refer to D.T.U 51.2.

Flatness and condition of the support surface:
The support must be flat and horizontal: maximum deflection of 5 mm under a 2 m ruler and of 1 mm under a 20 cm ruler. It must be free from any traces of paint, plaster, laitance, etc. as well as dust, especially for “glued” installations.

Moisture of the support: All measures must be taken to stop moisture from building up in the support. For a concrete support, the moisture rate must not exceed 3% of the dry weight. For a wooden support, the moisture rate must not exceed 12%. For an anhydrous screed, the moisture rate must not exceed 0.5%. There are multiple simple measuring methods, verify your case with a professional. Concretely, for built-up screed, the drying time is defined as one and a half weeks per centimetre of thickness in the dry season (around twenty days in the wet season).
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