Thermo flooring acquires a natural, warm and very noble wood tone thanks to the thermo process.
Thermal treatment gives the oak wood a varied colouring, ranging from rusty to dark brown, and additionally highlights natural knots and cracks and increases the boards' resistance to moisture.
In addition to the colour change to brown, it increases the durability andinsulation capacity of the boards and makes them more resistant to moistureboards within one batch do not have a uniform colour and may differ from each other. Thermo oak in the Prime class - is characterised by a uniform colour within one board, while the grain is differentiated. Only very small colour knots up to 7 mm in diameter (without clusters) are present, which add variety to the wood grain. The boards in this selection are free of discolouration, sapwood and cracks and broken knots. Thermal treatment causes the boards to be coloured from rust to dark brown. Gloss is acceptable. Thermo oak in the Unique class - is characterised by varied colouring within one board, with intricate, irregular grain pattern. In boards of this class it is possible to find small, single cracks filled with putty, discolouration, small and medium knots up to 15 mm in narrow two-layer boards (70 and 90 mm wide) and up to 25 mm in wide two-layer boards (120, 150 and 190 mm wide). Cracks and knot holes are filled with putty. The colouring of the boards varies from batch to batch due to the different reaction of the wood to thermoforming, Colours range from russet to dark brown. Gloss is acceptable. IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
COLOUR SCHEME: Planks in the thermally treated version within one batch may vary in tone due to the different degree of susceptibility to heat by the wood due to anisostrpia wood.
AFTER LAYING: Important: The floor may change its colour under the influence of UV rays or lack of light by 2-3 tones.