BS EN 14761:2006+A1:2008 - Wood flooring. Solid wood parquet. Vertical finger and module brick

BS EN 14761:2006+A1:2008

Wood flooring. Solid wood parquet. Vertical finger and module brick

Status : Current   Published : March 2006

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This European Standard specifies the characteristics of solid vertical and wide finger as well as Module brick including the laying units made of softwood or hardwood for internal use as flooring. This standard covers products without surface treatments. This standard covers also treated or untreated elements.




Standard NumberBS EN 14761:2006+A1:2008
TitleWood flooring. Solid wood parquet. Vertical finger and module brick
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 March 2006
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 844-1:1995, EN 844-3:1995, EN 844-4:1997, EN 844-6:1997, EN 844-7:1997, EN 844-9:1997, EN 844-10:1998, EN 844-11:1998, EN 844-12:2000, EN 1310, EN 1534, EN 13183-1, EN 13183-2, EN 13647, EN 13756:2002, EN 14342
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 13556, EN 460, EN 350-2, EN 351-1
International RelationshipsEN 14761:2006
Amended ByAmendment, February 2010. Amends and replaces BS EN 14761:2006.
Draft Superseded By03/315084 DC07/30171525 DC
DescriptorsWood, Parquet panel flooring, Panel flooring, Floor coverings, Floors, Classification systems, Dimensions
ICS79.080
Title in FrenchPlancher en bois. Parquet en bois massif. Lamelle verticale, sur chant et à coupe de pierre
Title in GermanHolzfußböden. Massivholzparkett. Hochkantlamelle, Breitlamelle und Modulklotz
CommitteeB/543
ISBN978 0 580 60400 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages24
File Size1.541 MB
Price£182.00


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