Deck d'Ober

Paneele aus ponton-verbundenen Massifholzblättern. Zur Verkleidung von Fußböden und Wänden in Badezimmern, Duschen, Schwimmbädern, Garderoben und Schlafzimmern.

Produktansicht


Eigenschaften

BLATT
DICKE 41 mm
Holzart: Teakholz massiv (auf Anfrage: Wenge, Bubinga, Doussié massiv)
Standardlängen:
1200 mm – 2000 mm
(auf Anfrage: 2200 mm – 2500 mm)
Standardlängen:
639 mm – 1283 mm
Musterauswahl
BLÄTTER
BREITE 87 mm

Holzart: Wenge, Bubinga, Doussié massiv
Standardlängen : 2000 mm
(bitte kontaktieren Sie uns für Längen unter 2000 mm)
Standardlängen: 639 mm – 1283 mm
Musterauswahl

OBERFLÄCHENBESCHAFFENHEIT unbehandelt geliefert, zu ölen
DICKE
EINES BLATTES
7,5 mm
VERBUNDSTOFF Elastomer-Leimkitt
BREITE DER VERBINDUNGEN 5 mm


Die DECK D’OBER Paneelen beginnen mit einem Holzblatt und enden mit einem anderen Holzblatt.

Deck d'Ober in der Breite 41 mm können für Biegungen verwenden werden:
abgerundete Badewannenverkleidung, Säulenummantelung... (Biegungsradius: 400 mm)
Für den Einsatz im Aussenbereich oder an besonders feuchten Stellen emfpehlen wir ausschliesslich Treck zu verwenden.

Download: Beschreibung Deck D'Ober

Download: Beschreibung zur Verlegung des Produktes Deck D'ober

Verarbeitung

Donwload the guide "Advice for laying and maintenance"

The panels should be fabricated in compliance with Specification NF XP B 54-202 : «Panneaux décoratifs plaqués-bois – Spécifications (Decorative, wood-veneered panels - Specification) or equivalent.

On-site fabrication conditions

Fabrication should normally take place in the following conditions:

• Prior to installation, the panels must be stabilized to ambient conditions. To this effect, store them for at least 3 days in a flat position in the place where they are eventually to be installed.

• When installing the panels, allow for a 1 mm/m expansion joint.

• Increase that joint to 1.5 mm/m in the following cases :

- for rooms likely to be subjected to major atmospheric

- humidity variations

- in cases where flame-retardent (M1-rated) panels are used.

On-site conditions

The rooms where the panels are to be installed should normally conform to the following conditions:

• they should be roofed

• they must have been heated or air-conditioned for at least 24 hours

• all cement and plasterworks should be dry

• ambient temperature must not fall to below 15° C

• ambient air humidity during the stabilization process and at the time of installation should respond to the following criteria

If the panels are installed in a dry area: The relative air humidity during the stablilization phase should be within the range of 40 to 60%. Once the panels are installed, the ambient air humidity may exceed 65% only for a couple of weeks per annum.

If the panels are installed in a humid area (bonded to a hydrophobic substrate):

The relative air humidity during the stabilization phase may exceed the range of 40 to 60%.

Once the panels are installed, the ambient air humidity may exceed 85% only for a couple of weeks per annum.