Kahrs Nouveau Charcoal Oak Engineered Wood Flooring, Lacquered, 200x3.5x15 mm comes in 2-strip and black colour and it is from the classic nouveau 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.
When talking about Kahrs we can't miss mentioning they are the oldest wood floor manufacturer in the world and they are still operational.
Flooring comes in 3 grades depending on the parts of the log used in the manufacturing process, therefore, one log can give different grade samples.
By going for a board with a silk matt finish you get no artificial shine added and with a coat so thin you still get to touch the true grain and texture of the wood.
Wood reacts to change in the atmosphere, it contracts when it's dry and expands when it's humid. What engineered wood is doing to counteract that process is creating stability with its multi-layer construction.
The oak tree can have large figures on its grain in light pink or maybe in greyish tones. The core wood though would be between salmon pink and reddish-brown with dark streaks.
If your flooring has the Woodloc® 5S then you are in luck as you have got the toughest glue-free joint on the market which is resilient to changes in temperature and humidity.