The cover slats in old oak type 5E are cut from old beams or boards, hand-planed and lightly brushed. They have a slight worm pattern with cracks. All boards are patched by hand with real wood, which ensures a natural and harmonious appearance.
1500, 1800, 2000, 2200, 2560, 3000, 3500 and 4000 mm
Thickness 19 mm = 6.5/6.5/6.5 mm, Thickness 27 mm = 6.5/15.0/6.5 mm, Thickness 42 mm = 6.5/30.0/6.5 mm
The middle layer of the 3-layer panels is made of "new oak". On customer request, we process the middle layers with special properties (e.g. fire protection or lightweight construction).
On the reverse side, old oak (2nd patina) or new oak is used. The lamellas are partly butted in length. The back is sanded as standard and not patched.
Range of application
The boards offer a variety of possible uses such as wall panelling, furniture, doors, parquet flooring, etc.
Appearance: patched or repaired with old wood putty
Cracks or knotholes are patched with real wood by hand or with old wood putty (easy to sink in). The result is a visually coherent and natural old wood surface.
Only trained and motivated personnel with sufficient experience create old wood surfaces with a unique character. A harmonious appearance and consistent quality for each panel is particularly important. Precise guidelines and a great deal of intuition for a balanced grading prevent panel images with a "zebra look", which disturb the overall picture and make it appear unsettled.
Optics: glue joints
The glue joints are always pressed together and form a visually uniform panel appearance. In the case of inferior industrial production, open glue joints not only impair the appearance, but also the load-bearing capacity and lifespan of a three-layer board.
Only an infestation of the knock beetle beautifies the old wood and gives the surface a unique look. We do not use any raw wood for our three-layer boards that has been destroyed by the house longhorn beetle or by white, brown and blue rot.
Standards and certification
The following standards apply to waste wood products:
-Fire resistance EN ISO 9239-1 and/or EN 13501-1 for oak wood RF2 (B1)
-formaldehyde: EN 717-1
-pressure shear test: EN 13354
-Crack test: DIN 68 705-2
-CE marking for non-load-bearing construction products according to EN 13986
-Declaration of performance available in spruce and oak