Chipboard is divided into types P1 through P7 based on their intended use: Type P1 - P3 is for general use in dry areas. Type P4 - P7 is for floor covering and wood flooring work with tongue and groove. The definitive classes for floor covering and wood flooring work are: P4: Boards for supporting purposes for use in dry..
Durable, high-density moisture-resistant P5 grade chipboard flooring. Tongue and groove design for easy installation. Overview; Technical Details. Durable, high-density moisture-resistant P5 grade chipboard flooring. . Tongue and groove design for easy installation. Type of wood: Wood chips. Standards: P5 Moisture..
Forestia Floor Extra P5 is delivered with tongue and groove on four sides and are intended as free bearing substrates on wooden beams or batten with c/c 0.6 m or as floating floors. The floor can be delivered in both *18mm and 22mm thickness. Forestia Floor Extra P5 is installed in rooms where the use of moisture..
Example construction build up. An example of what layers you need in a floating floor can be seen below. The U-values that this will achieve are available on our online U-Value calculator. 18 mm tongue & grooved chipboard; vapour control layer; Kingspan Thermafloor TF70; 150 mm concrete slab; and damp proof..
. engineered for all domestic and most other floors. Available in 18mm and 22mm thickness, the moisture resistant variant is the UK's most widely used chipboard flooring panel. . Make life simpler with a versatile board that's available in either 18mm or 22 mm thickness, with square-edged or tongue and grooved profile