Junckers Beech SylvaKet Solid 2-Strip Wood Flooring, Untreated, 129x22 mm has an attractive brown colour which has made it one of Junckers' most popular flooring choices.
Junckers is Europe's leading manufacturer of solid wood flooring for the sports, residential and commercial segments. All Junckers wood floors and wood-care products are produced in Denmark and are therefore developed based on the solid traditions of Danish craftsmanship. Junckers is represented in more than 30 countries through 7 subsidiaries and the products are sold in more than 45 countries worldwide.
A Junckers floor is a key design feature in harmony with the whole interior creating a unique atmosphere and individual style, but the floor is also to great extent a performance partner for the athlete which will give the ultimate in freedom of movement, protection against injury and ensuring athletes can achieve their best.
SylvaKet is based on beech. Junckers has created a product that has been vacuum stained to achieve a warm honey brown colour throughout the floorboard.
Beech is Junckers' hallmark floor, an honoured Scandinavian species with a minimal graining pattern. Junckers' unique technology that created their press dried beech makes this floor harder than maple. The infused colour of SylvaKet permeates the entire floor's thickness, which cannot be sanded off or worn through.
The 2-Strip Board Hardwood Flooring is designed as a series of individually picked wooden strips, laid in a staggered pattern. Combining this pattern with all the unique strips gives a flooring full of personality and vibrance.
Variation grade is the unique name that Junckers have given to their rustic grade products. Its characterized by small and large wood knots, hairline splits and a structural graining variation between the individual staves.
Underfloor heating works to perfection under Junckers solid hardwood floors because, unlike tiles and stones, solid wood is naturally warm and pleasant, whether or not the heating is on.
Each board is assembled from two rows of staves by a glued double dovetail construction. Each board is tongue and grooved on all four sides.