HERRINGBONE – A CLASSIC – NEWLY LAID
What do you associate with a herringbone floorboard? Probably the graceful elegance of sophisticated country estates, venerable castle walls, Viennese coffee houses or the foyers of opera houses and theatres. And this is exactly the elegance that you can now bring into your own home – with our HERRINGBONE collection. It enhances your rooms with an Art Deco and Art Nouveau ambience. And so, in combination with modern interior design, you can create superbly attractive contrasts between tradition and modernity, between fashion and history in your own living space. HERRINGBONE – this is a completely new laying technique in the world of laminate flooring, by means of through which you can easily create a floor covering with a very complex appearance.
Fast installment thanks to an easy-to-use angle-angle locking system for the long and short sides of the boards.
V4 - all the way round
These panels are equipped with a 45° bevelled edge all around. When joined together, a V-groove is created, which conveys a natural solid wood plank character.
A and B Parts
A and B panels must be available in equal numbers. Note the marking on the package.
Selected Decors now with moisture protection
General approval for use in construction by Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (German Institute for Civil Engineering)
The Benefits of Laminate
KRONOTEX laminate flooring predominantly consists of a renewable raw material: wood from sustainably managed forests.
Laminate floors are ideal for children’s bedrooms, as they don’t contain any plasticisers (phthalates). The German consumer magazine Ökotest even explicitly recommends them.
Because laminate is installed without nailing or gluing (as floating floors), no adhesive residues result.
Innovative embossing processes are used to give the surfaces of modern KRONOTEX laminate floors authentic-looking wood grain and stone structures.
Laminate flooring doesn’t contain any diethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP) and therefore can’t cause any changes in hormone levels.
At the end of the product lifecycle, laminate flooring can be unproblematically disposed of or burnt as fuel.
KRONOTEX uses the scrap resulting from the production of laminate flooring as fuel.
KRONOTEX Laminate Flooring - Qualität Made in Germany
|Strength (mm)||Length (mm)||Width (mm)||Panels per box||m² / box||Boxes per pallet||m² / pallet|
|Formaldehyde emission||< 0.05 ppm||EN 717-1|
|Surface stain resistance||Grade 5, no visible changes to surface||EN 438-2, 15|
≥ Level 6 Blue Wool Scale
≥ Level 4 Grey Scale
EN ISO 105-B02
EN 20 105-A02
|Resistance to cigarette embers||Grade 4, no visible changes to surface||EN 438-2, 18|
|Fire resistance||Ignites with difficulty, at least Cfl-s1||EN 13501-1|
|Height difference between connected elements||
Average: ≤ 0.10 mm
max: ≤ 0.15 mm
|Edge straightness (bend)||≤ 0.3 mm/m||EN 13329|
|Openings between connected elements||
Average: ≤ 0.15 mm
max: ≤ 0.20 mm
|Thickness swelling 24h||< 12 %||EN 13329|
|Static indentation||< 0.01 mm - no visible changes, Impression in test with straight steel cylinder of 11,3 mm diameter||EN 433|
Fl 0.2 ≥ 1 kN/m
Fs 0.2 ≥ 2 kN/m
|Thermal resistance||Overall heat transfer coefficient Thermal resistance 0.0587 ((m² × K) / W)||EN 12667|