Smartfloor Natural Oak Nosing (matches Smartfloor Prime & Feature Oak)

Smartfloor Natural Oak Nosing (matches Smartfloor Prime & Feature Oak)
Smartfloor Natural Oak Nosing (matches Smartfloor Prime & Feature Oak)


With the introduction of our new Moda Collection, this product has been discontinued from our range. Once the last of our stock has sold we will not be ordering any more. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

This 15/4mm Natural Oak Nosing comes pre-finished to match our Smartfloor Prime Oak and Feature Oak flooring planks and herringbone parquet. Our Smartfloor nosings are designed for use with our Smartfloor flooring collection, giving you the perfect match every time!

  • Availability While stocks last
  • Unit Size 2.2m lengths
  • Code SN-SNO



Collection NameSmartfloor Product NameNatural Oak Nosing Product CodeSN-SNO Product TypeEngineered Nosing


Wear Layer4mm Solid European Oak CoreCross-directional plywood No. of Resands2-3 times


Width70mm Height35mm Thickness15mm Length2.2m


SpeciesEuropean Oak Wood GradePrime Surface TextureBrushed Edge StyleBevelled


StatusPre-finished FinishPureMatte lacquer


Suitable ApplicationsResidential & Commercial Suitable UsesStair nosings Joint ProfileTongue & groove Installation MethodGlue down


Residential25 Years Commercial5 Years


PEFC CertificationAvailable on request

Technical Specs

NZ Standards

Reaction to Fire
ISO 9239-1 Flooring
Critical Radiant Flux 5.7kw/m2
Reaction to Fire
ISO 9705 - Walls & Ceilings
Group 2-S (FireShield can be applied to meet Group 1-S)
Slip Resistance
AS/NZS 4586 - Dry Test
Classification F, Mean COF 0.75, Moderate to Very Low risk
Slip Resistance
AS/NZS 4586 - Wet Test
Classification X, Pendulum Mean 41 BPN, Moderate risk

European & Other Ratings

Reaction To Fire
EN 13501-1 : 2007
CFL - s1
Formaldehyde Emission
Smartfloor Natural Oak Nosing (matches Smartfloor Prime & Feature Oak)
PLEASE NOTE: When calculating lengths required you will need to allow extra for wastage. The number of stairs and width of each stair should be used to determine how many lenghts are required.