Larch/Spruce One Strip Wide Flooring, 28 mm Thick

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Solid wood type European Softwood
Species Larch (Larix spp.), Spruce (Picea abies)
Type One Strip Wide
Core Material Solid Wood


Volume 1+ m2 (sqm) per month Convert
Width 140; 160 mm Convert
Length 1500+ mm Convert
Thickness 28 mm  Convert
Thickness of wear layer (top layer) -- mm
For our clients, we have prepared an attractive selection of floorboards made of optimally dried (8%) spruce and larch wood with a thickness of 28 mm. Both types meet the highest standards of durability and resistance to physical stress. In addition to the standard widths of 14 and 16 cm, we also offer the possibility of preparing other sizes to suit your individual needs. - Translated with google

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Sells to: Latvia, Belgium, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Bosnia - Herzegovina, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Netherlands, Croatia, Romania, Norway, San Marino, Asia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Kosovo, Montenegro, Svalbard&J. Mayen Isls, Sweden, Switzerland, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Ukraine, Faroe Islands, United Kingdom, Finland, France, Vatican City, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Serbia, Hungary, Iceland, Albania, Ireland, Andorra, Italy, Austria


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