Technical Information

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

  • Moisture Content
9% (±2)
  • Top Layer
35% of the thickness
  • Thickness variation
(±) 0,5mm, min. 70% of the surface
  • Admissible difference in length
not applicable
  • Admissible difference in width
(±) 0,3%
  • Squareness
0,2% along the width
  • Height difference
(±) 0,2mm
  • Bending lengthwise (along element)
  • Bow
0,1%
  • Spring
1%
  • Bending crosswise (across the width of the element)    
0,7% of the width

FUNCTIONAL / SURFACE QUALITY

  • Resistance to roller castors on chairs
EN 425
  • Bond strength/Cross cut test
EN ISO 2409
  • Chemical resistance
EN 13226
  • Scraping with furniture feet
EN 424
  • Slip resistance, inclined plane
DIN 51130
  • Sliding friction
DIN EN 13983

PHYSICAL QUALITY

  • Thermal transmittance value
DIN EN 12664:2001 (Oak)
  • Thermal conductivity
DIN EN 12524:2001 (0,14 (m² K)/W)
  • Inflammability
EN 13501-1 (Cfl-S1)
  • Transmission noise reduction    
ISO 140-8 delta Lw

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Contents of formaldehyde
E1
  • Biological durability
class 1
  • Underfloor heating
suitable (335-1)

THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE VALUES

Oak

Walnut

  • 14mm solid
0,057 (m² K)/W
0,067 (m² K)/W
  • 16mm solid
0,066 (m² K)/W    
0,076 (m² K)/W
  • 20mm solid
0,082 (m² K)/W 0,095 (m² K)/W

 

 

Serenzo® solid wooden floor- technical details

  • Solid floors  in large formats with a tongue & groove connection on four sides.
  • Longitudinal grooves on the back help to absorb the excess glue when applying  the glue-down installation method
  • European raw material
  • Four side bevel for a traditional look


For further comprehensive information kindly see the laying instructions.

Laying Instructions
Format: pdf, Size: 473,52 kB

 

Make sure that an agreeable room climate (approx. 45-55% relative air humidity and a temperature of approx. 20°) is maintained during the entire year. This climate is also best for your personal health and physical wellbeing. Wood is hygroscopic – it adapts to the ambient humidity. The room climate described above complies with the moisture of the solid wood boards. A room climate with a higher degree of dryness results in the formation of gaps and/or the formation of cracks, a room climate with a lower degree of dryness results in expansion and deformations.