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Features and Characteristics of Bamboo Parquet

October 15, 2019 by Glain max  

 

Today Bambus Parkett is one of the popular flooring options. Let us find out here more about the Woven Parkettboden.

The Woven Parkettboden is found in three different structures: horizontal, vertical and pressed bamboo.

The production of bamboo is done with "wood" obtained from plants of 4 - 5 years of age, cut and peeled. The bamboo plants are then sectioned into small bars. It is based on the preparation of these bars that you have parquet strips with a horizontal or vertical structure.
Only the top part of the plant is used to make the stand woven parquet: the apices of the bamboo are too thin to give life to the bamboo parquet with horizontal or vertical structure. The upper part of the plant is then pressed and glued.

The bamboo strips retain the properties of the same plants: the bamboo parquet, in fact, shows high flexibility and, in terms of resistance, it can show off properties equal to or superior to those of iron.

Bambusfurnier - Advantages:

Among its advantages, we see that 
Bambusfurnier, compared to the traditional one, is not very subject to swelling and shrinkage. This is because it is less sensitive to moisture. It has an extremely hard, solid surface and high resistance.

There is no shortage of environmental and economic advantages: bamboo is a fast-growing plant. It takes just over three years to mature and regenerates naturally, without the need to be replanted. For its cultivation, it does not require fertilizers or pesticides.

Still talking about the "pros" and the "advantages" of using bamboo compared to wood for the production of parquet, we can say that bamboo strips have a greater hardness than those of wood, but only after having undergone an all-purpose treatment. 

From a technical point of view, bamboo is particularly robust and resistant. Bamboo flooring proved to be better than all types of common wood used for the production of traditional parquet. 

Hardness means the resistance that opposes penetration, which means that a bamboo floor is harmed much more difficult than a cherry, oak or teak parquet floor would.

Hardness and resistance of 
Bambus Terrassendielen to humidity make the bamboo floor very easy to clean. Compared to traditional parquet, a bamboo floor needs reduced maintenance.

Bamboo parquet - laying:

Like traditional parquet, installation can be by gluing, interlocking, with the floating technique, or on radiant screeds.

Bambuszaun und Bambus Sichtschutzelemente is easier than do-it-yourself using traditional parquet. The reason? Bamboo is less hygroscopic, which means that it is less prone to "retreat" and therefore the use of joints is minimal.