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Design Floor - Chevron

Chevron flooring, sometimes called French Herringbone is supplied pre-cut at a 45 degree angle for both left and right components, and tongue and grooved on the long side of the boards to create a ‘V’ shape pattern. Herringbone pieces are cut in rectangles, where as chevron pieces are cut at an angle.

Standard size: 45° -150 mm x 670 mm

Oak:

Select 150×670 mm
Classic 150×670 mm
Vintage 150×670 mm

Ash:

Select 150×670 mm
Classic 150×670 mm
Olive 150×670 mm

Larch:

Natural 150×670 mm

Tones available for 670 mm: All the colors available.

 

NARROW CHEVRON BOARDS

Oak Design Grade*:

45° – 80 x 515 mm
45° – 80 x 670 mm
45° – 110 x 515 mm
45° – 110 x 670 mm

*Assorted grade with natural variation in colour and small knots may be present.

Ash Classic:

45° – 80 x 515 mm
45° – 80 x 670 mm

Larch Natural:

45° – 80 x 515 mm
45° – 80 x 670 mm
45° – 110 x 515 mm
45° – 110 x 670 mm

Tones available for 670 mm: All the tones available.

Tones available for 515 mm:

All the tones available except Cream, Grey, Lyngen and White Cream.

 

Note! Chevron 60° by special order. Installation with glueing down to subfloor. Guarantee for design parquets is valid only when the installation is done by a professional and according to the instruction given by the supplier.

More product information

Oak grades and technical data
OAK GRADES
OAK SELECT

The Select grade  is carefully selected, more evenly coloured, and almost knotless. The grade allows the filling of pin knots, the natural reflective pattern of oak, i.e., the pattern created by the medullary rays of the tree, and the colour variation caused by the grain pattern.

OAK CLASSIC

Classic  is a natural-looking grade in which the natural grain pattern and colour variation of the wood are clearly visible. The natural knottiness of the wood, with a limited size and number of knots, is allowed within the grade. The grade also allows small knot groups, the so-called cat paws, as well as the filling of knots and the natural reflective pattern of oak, i.e., the pattern created by the medullary rays of the tree.

OAK VINTAGE

The Vintage grade  contains filled cracks and healthy black knots of various sizes. The number of knots, filled knots, and filled cracks varies. Black fillings are part of a genuine vintage look. Small depressions in the filled knots and cracks are also allowed. The grade is characterised by the natural colour variation of oak from light to dark. The general appearance of the Vintage grade is impressive, rough, and rustic.

TECHNICAL DATA
PRODUCT MEASUREMENTS

Length = 2,180 mm (also lengths 2,080, 2,000 and 1,818 mm are allowed)
Width = 150, 185, 230 and 270 mm
Thickness = approx. 14,5 mm

STANDARDS AND EMISSIONS

The technical measurements of the product meet the requirements of the European standards set for parquets (EN 13489:2017). The formaldehyde emission is one tenth of the M1 emission classification (test result report VTT2643/00). Timberwise parquet meets globally the industry’s most stringent formaldehyde requirement: JAS ****(MLIT Paragraph 68-25).

TREATMENT OPTIONS AND SURFACE TREATMENTS

Oak is available with both a sanded and brushed surface, and its colour selection is the widest in Timberwise. Oak can be treated with a clear satin, matte or tinted wax oil. The lacquer options are satin and matte lacquers. Oak is also available as untreated, meaning that the customer can apply the preferred treatment on the spot.

Ash grades and technical data
ASH GRADES
ASH SELECT

The Select grade is carefully selected, subdued and almost knotless with an evenly coloured general tone. For this harmonic grade, the natural colour variation caused by the grain pattern, as well as healthy light pit knots are allowed.

ASH CLASSIC

The Classic grade is a natural-looking grade in which the wood’s natural grain pattern, color variation and small individual dark knots are clearly visible. The general coloring of Classic is slightly darker than Select. In the Classic grade fillings are allowed.

ASH OLIVE

The Olive grade has been named after the dark heartwood, which is also called ‘olive’. The variation in appearance between different boards may be significant, and part of the boards may be without the dark heartwood. Knots, knot groups and filling of knots is also allowed for this grade.

TECHNICAL DATA
PRODUCT MEASUREMENTS

Length = 2,180 mm
(also lengths 2,080, 2,000 and 1,818 mm are allowed)
Width = 150 and 185 mm
Thickness = approx. 14,5 mm

STANDARDS AND EMISSIONS

The technical measurements of the product meet the requirements of the European standards set for parquets (EN 13489:2017). The formaldehyde emission is one tenth of the M1 emission classification (test result report VTT2643/00). Timberwise parquet meets globally the industry’s most stringent formaldehyde requirement: JAS ****(MLIT Paragraph 68-25).

TREATMENT OPTIONS AND SURFACE TREATMENTS

Ash is available with both a sanded and brushed surface, and lacquered or wax oiled. Ash is also available as untreated meaning that the customer can apply the preferred treatment on the spot.

Larch grades and technical data
LARCH GRADES
LARCH SELECT

The Larch Select grade is carefully selected, calm and generally even-colored and almost knot-free. This harmonic grade is allowed to include natural color variation caused by grain pattern as well as healthy, light colored pin knots. Filled knots, as well as knot patches are allowed within the grade.

NOTE! Larch is characterised by its knottiness and significant colour variations. The colour of larch naturally varies from a light yellowish to a reddish colour. The tone does not change evenly over time throughout the floor, but the difference in tone between the different boards can be very strong. Indoor air that is too dry may create hairline or other types of cracks on the surface of the product, but such cracks usually closes with moisture over the time.

Larch is not recommended for installation with underfloor heating, unless a relative humidity between 40–60 RH can be constantly guaranteed. In drier conditions, cracks may appear in the wood material in question. With this being considered, larch floor can also be installed with underfloor heating.

LARCH NATURAL

Larch Natural grade is characterised by knottiness and significant colour variations. The colour of larch naturally varies from a light yellowish tone to a reddish colour. Filled knots, as well as round knot patches and oval patches are allowed within the grade.

NOTE! Larch is characterised by its knottiness and significant colour variations. The colour of larch naturally varies from a light yellowish to a reddish colour. The tone does not change evenly over time throughout the floor, but the difference in tone between the different boards can be very strong. Indoor air that is too dry may create hairline or other types of cracks on the surface of the product, but such cracks usually closes with moisture over the time.

Larch is not recommended for installation with underfloor heating, unless a relative humidity between 40–60 RH can be constantly guaranteed. In drier conditions, cracks may appear in the wood material in question. With this being considered, larch floor can also be installed with underfloor heating.

LARCH VINTAGE

In the Vintage grade wood’s natural grain pattern, significant colour variations, and – in addition to natural knots – knots and cracks that are filled with dark filler, as well as round knot patches and oval patches, are allowed for the grade. The colour varies naturally from a light yellowish tone to a reddish colour, and the rustic appearance of the grade evens out the variation.

NOTE! Larch is characterised by its knottiness and significant colour variations. The colour of larch naturally varies from a light yellowish to a reddish colour. The tone does not change evenly over time throughout the floor, but the difference in tone between the different boards can be very strong. Indoor air that is too dry may create hairline or other types of cracks on the surface of the product, but such cracks usually closes with moisture over the time.

Larch is not recommended for installation with underfloor heating, unless a relative humidity between 40–60 RH can be constantly guaranteed. In drier conditions, cracks may appear in the wood material in question. With this being considered, larch floor can also be installed with underfloor heating.

TECHNICAL DATA
PRODUCT MEASUREMENTS

Length = 2,500 mm
(also lengths 2,180, 2,080, 2,000 and 1,818 are allowed)
Width = 185 and 230 mm
Thickness = approx. 14,5 mm

STANDARDS AND EMISSIONS

The technical measurements of the product meet the requirements of the European standards set for parquets (EN 13489:2017). The formaldehyde emission is one tenth of the M1 emission classification (test result report VTT2643/00). Timberwise parquet meets globally the industry’s most stringent formaldehyde requirement: JAS ****(MLIT Paragraph 68-25).

TREATMENT OPTIONS AND SURFACE TREATMENTS

Larch is available with both a sanded and brushed surface. In addition to a satin and matte wax oil treatment, larch is also available with a tinted wax oil treatment: Arctic, Snow White, Cognac, and Eben. The lacquer options are satin, matte, and white lacquer. Larch is also available as untreated meaning that the customer can apply the preferred treatment on the spot.