Urban Copenhagen

Urban Copenhagen

Urban Copenhagen
 

Description

Urban Copenhagen has a wear layer of European Oak in a gorgeous blond tone with a definite Scandinavian look to it. It comes in a rustic grade which means the planks will contain a wide variety of knots, filled cracks and general feature. A light brushed surface effect gives the planks a subtle texture that follows the woodgrain pattern. This product is supplied already finished with a hardwearing matte lacquer which requires minimal maintenance. Copenhagen will look the part in many interior styles, from classic to contemporary, modern and beyond.

Why choose Urban? People opt for Urban flooring where cost is critical but stylish and quality timber flooring is a must - think apartments, shop fitouts, high end rental properties and so much more! The Urban collection is 14mm thick, this is our thinnest engineered timber flooring product and has a shorter life expenctancy than our 15mm Smartfloor and our 21mm Ultra (hence the reason it is cheaper). The Urban wear layer (area above the tongue that can be resanded) is 3mm, meaning it can be sanded back 1-2 times over its lifetime. Due to its extra stable engineered construction it is likely to outlast a solid timber floor of the same dimensions.

  • Price POA
  • Availability Stocked product
  • Unit Size 2.086m2 pack
  • Code UP-CRP
 

Details

Classification

CollectionUrban Product NameCopenhagen Product CodeUP-CRP Product TypeEngineered Plank

Usage

Suitable UsesResidential & Commercial Suitable ApplicationsFlooring, walls, ceilings & more Suitable SubstratesPlywood, particle board, concrete, existing timber - enquire for others Underfloor Heating CompatibilityHydronic type (enquire for others) Wet Area SuitabilityContact us for information

Characteristics

Dimensions14mm H x 190mm W, 1830mm L % of ShortsUp to 17% Composition3mm solid French Oak wear layer, Hevea core, Birch backing Re-sandsApprox 1-2 SpeciesFrench Oak (PEFC certified) Wood GradeRustic (grades may vary between brands, see Grade Specifications section below for info about this grade) StatusPre-finished Finish TypeBona matte lacquer (7 coats) SheenExtra matte (gloss level 8-12%) Surface TextureLightly brushed Edge StyleMicro-bevel 4 sides

Grade Specifications

VariationPermitted SapwoodUp to 20% of a board Tight KnotsUp to 40mm Filled KnotsUp to 30mm CracksUp to 10mm Birds Eye and Mineral StreakUnlimited Cats PawPermitted Slope of grain & Medullary RaysPermitted

Warranty

Residential25 Years Commercial5 Years

Environmental

PEFC CertifiedYes FormaldehydeNo added Formaldehyde Forté Replanting Initiative We re-plant what we use. Find out more

Installation

Joint ProfileValinge 5G Locking Installation MethodGlue down preferred (double stick for multi-level), can be floated

Packaging

Supplied In2.086m2 packs Pack Dimensions90mm H x 207mm W x 1845mm Contents Breakdown 5 full lengths, 1 split length Weight18.4kg
 

Technical Specs

Reaction to Fire

ISO 9239-1 FlooringCritical Flux 5.0kw/m2 (generic) ISO 9705 Walls & CeilingsGroup 3

Slip Rating

Dry Test59 SRV

Formaldehyde Emission

EN717-1E1 (0.066mg/m3)
 

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Buyer Awareness

As this is a natural product you may experience the following:
Colour and Grain Variation
Wood is a natural product and will vary in colour and grain pattern from piece to piece. Please understand that this product will differ to what is represented in a display panel or sample. This variation is part of the natural look and should not be considered a fault
Batch Variation
There may be a variation in colour between batches - it is recommended to request a current batch sample if this is of concern to you. Please note: There will be colour variation between boards which cannot be represented from a small sample.
Fading/Darkening over Time
Natural wood products react to sunlight, resulting in fading or darkening over time. For example, a natural non-coloured Oak turns more golden from sunlight exposure. This is a naturally occuring process and is not considered a product fault. In general, lighter colours tend to darken while darker colours are more likely to fade.
 
 
 
 
 


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