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Design flooring 5/33 Large
All shown decors are reproductions.
Colour-matching decor selection only possible on the original sample.
Cracked Oak sand beige has an elegant wooden look with dark cracks on a very light colour.
EGGER PRO Design flooring is particularly robust, natural and modern. In line with the Scandinavian style, the flooring remains in the background thanks to the light colour, but has a warm and pleasant effect thanks to the dark colour of the pores and florets. The wide format enhances the beauty of the country house floorboard. The circumferential V-bevel creates a realistic wood floor appearance. Thanks to the microscratch resistance and a self-healing surface, the floor remains beautiful for longer. Equipped with an anti-slip surface texture, this floor is well suited for areas exposed to a high degree of use where a secure step is important. Ensure lastingly beautiful floors and trust a professional for installation. The products have a 25 year guarantee for private use.
|Collection||EGGER PRO Design Flooring|
|Collection categories||5/33 Large|
|Style worlds||Light Living|
|Class of use||33 - for all residential applications with heavy use as well as commercial applications and public areas with heavy use.|
|Thickness||5 mm extra compact|
|Format||L - Wide floor board|
|Length x Width||1.295 x 243 mm|
|Area / package||2,52 m²|
|Surface Texture||Omnipore - Elegantly natural wood pore|
|Chamfers||4-sided bevels - the circumferential V-bevel emphasises the special character of the floorboards.|
|Sure-footedness||R10 - Slip-resistance class|
|Core board||UWF Ultra Wood Fiberboard|
|Profile||UNI fit! - Comfort system|
|Special feature||Self Repair - Makes surface marks disappear fast.|
|Quality seal||Blue Angel - EGGER products have also earned the oldest and most well-known ecological seal of approval in the world: the Blue Angel confirms our commitment to an intact environment.|
|Certification||PEFC-Certified - This product is from sustainably managed forests and controlled sources. See www.pefc.org for details.|