Oak Herringbone Parquet Flooring

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$2.70 - $2.90 / Square Feet | 600 Square Foot/Square Feet (Min. Order)
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Place of Origin:
Guangdong, China
Brand Name:
C&L
Usage:
Indoor
Wood Flooring Type:
Oak Flooring
Janka Hardness:
1360 psi
Density:
750 kg/m3
Laquer:
Treffert finish
Joint:
T&G
Grade:
Prefinished Clear
Color:
As requried
Condition:
KD
Function:
Anti-Static
Installation:
Nail Down
Warranty:
Above 50years residential
Type:
Wood Flooring
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
5000 Square Foot/Square Feet per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Cartons with insulation plastic film
Port
Foshan
Lead Time :
Shipped in 15 days after payment

  Oak Herringbone Parquet Flooring 

Product Description

Wood Species

Oak Herringbone Parquet Flooring

Origin

 

Dimension

   610 X 92  X 18MM,  910 X 92  X 18 MM

 

   610 X 122 X 18MM,   910 X 122 X 18 MM

 

   610 X 72  X 18MM

Moisture Content

9%-11%

Joint system

T&G joint; click system

Color

Natural or stained

Finishing

UV lacquer; Oil; raw finishing

Surface

Smooth, Wire Brushed, Handsraped, Rustic, Distressed, Glossy, Matt

Sq.ft/sq.m/carton

 

installation

Floating; Glue; Nail down

MOQ

Negotiable

Certificate

FSC, ISO, CE

Packing for shipment

Export Cartons; Pallet packing

Lead time

15-25 days

Warranty

30 years

 

Herringbone Parquet Flooring(OAK):

 

I . THE WOOD    

 

Oaks are keystone species in a wide range of habitats from Mediterranean semi-desert to subtropical rainforest. For example, oak trees are important components of hardwood forests, and certain species are particularly known to grow in associations with members of the Ericaceae in oak-heath forests. A number of kinds of truffles, including the two well known varieties, the black Périgord truffl. and the white Piedmont truffle,have symbiotic relationships with oak trees.

Many species of oaks are under threat of extinction in the wild, largely due to land use changes, livestock grazing and unsustainable harvesting. For example, over the past 200 years, large areas of oak forest in the highlands of Mexico, Central America and the northern Andes have been cleared for coffee plantations and cattle ranching. There is a continuing threat to these forests from exploitation for timber, fuelwood and charcoal.In the USA, entire oak ecosystems have declined due to a combination of factors still imperfectly known, but thought to include fire suppression, increased consumption of acorns by growing mammal populations, herbivory of seedlings, and introduced pests.In a recent survey, 78 wild oak species have been identified as being in danger of extinction, from a global total of over 500 species.The proportion under threat may be much higher in reality, as there is insufficient information about over 300 species, making it near impossible to form any judgement of their status.

  

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