Befag wooden flooring consists of three parts. The lower and the middle layer are made of pinewood. The top layer is made of hard wood types, which are available in various colours adjustable to the atmosphere of the space.
The top layer consists of one lamella.
The top layer consists of two lamella rows.
The top layer consists of three lamella rows.
Not all woods are equally hard. For rooms with a high degree of wear and tear we suggest using strips made of a harder timber. The chart below compares the hardness of different species.
Black cherry – 2,8 kg/mm2
Steamed beech – 3,3 kg/mm2
Oak – 3,5 kg/mm2
Ash – 3,5 kg/mm2
Acacia – 4,8 kg/mm2
Canadian maple – 4,8 kg/mm2
Wenge - 5,3 kg/mm2
Doussie – 5,5 kg/mm2
Jatoba – 6,5 kg/mm2
- Dimensions of a single strip: length × width × thickness = 2200 mm × 192 × 14 mm
- Package contents = 6 boards = 2.534 m2
- Specific weight: approx. 8 kg/m2
The CLASSIC line features a traditional nut and groove joints. Strips are installed using glue.
The PanLock self-sealing system features mechanically interlocking joints that can be installed without any glue. These joints can withstand normal wear and tear and individual strips will not get dislodged by accident. A great advantage of this system is that strips can be freely removed and reinstalled without any damage.