A brief introduction of this flooring is: Kahrs Lava Oak Engineered Wood Flooring, Brushed, Matt Lacquered, 200x3.5x15 mm has 3-strip, is in rustic grade and is part of the harmony collection.
In general, by wire brushing the texture of the wood becomes different, the process pulls the soft grain from the growth ring thus leaving the heartwood exposed to the surface.
By launching the Woodloc® in 2000 Kahrs once more created a tidal wave revolutionising the floor instalment methods by introducing the first glue-free joint system in the world.
As far as the plank patterns go there is also the ship decking flooring with matching or contrasting single strips and featuring wood plugs at either side of each board.
By choosing a board with a silk matt finish you get no unnatural shine added and with a coat so thin you still get to experience the true grain and texture of the wood.
A thoughtfully manufactured product like engineered flooring is created to be incredibly efficient and built in a way to utilise every piece of wood without creating unusable and damaging excess.
The oak tree gives boards with a straight grain and often with a wavy structure. The contrasting colour tones are quite pleasing to the eye when displayed as a type of flooring.
Nearly 45 000 people get to enjoy the warmth of recycled wood as Kahrs turns any completely unusable wood into biofuel and redirects it to a local energy company.