The secret of our strong floors lies in the DSI system. DSI stands for Double-Sided Impregnation. During the pressing process, the glue is pressed as deep as possible into the wood until the saturation level is achieved. The lacquers are then applied on top of the wood veneer. The wood absorbs the lacquer which, in turn, makes contact with the glue. The wood is completely saturated and becomes extra strong after hardening.
The Sound and Deluxe collections have a 2 mm (5/64 inch) cork layer that creates a solid step sound, comparable to a fully glued down wooden floor.
Thanks to the click jointing system (Uniclic), you can very quickly install your
floor without any glue. You can find the handy installing instructions on each
pack or you can download this here.
The boards are finished with 8 layers of ultrastrong lacquer in 3 versions:
Par-ky veneer flooring is a product of the Decospan group, European market leader in veneer processing. Our many years of experience and our focus on innovation contribute to the quality and the reliability of our products.
Because we are convinced about the quality of our veneer flooring, we grant a warranty from 12 to 15 years, depending on the lacquering systems:
Contrary to solid wooden flooring, you never need to sand a Par-ky veneer floor – saving you plenty of dusty work, effort and money. The strong layers of lacquer render resanding completely unnecessary.
The layer of veneer is glued onto an ultra-strong high density fiberboard (HDF). Combined with the 8 layers of lacquer, this results in a much higher resistance to dents than solid or lamel parquet.
The ‘Aqua Sealing Complete’ system ensures the bevels (V-grooves) to be
coloured in the same colour as the horizontal surface of the board.
The bevels are also lacquered after being coloured. That way, your floor is
completely humidity proof and easy to maintain.
Par-ky developed for each wood specie a seal spray to repair small scratches. Once applied it also avoids the penetration of dirt. Scratches in a stained floor can be made less visible by putting first a stained product into the scratches.
In case of serious damage, it is possible to replace a board even in the middle of the floor.
’Brushed’ is a brushed finish that has been coated ‘open grained’. This enhances the wood structure even further, for that particular look and feel of a solid, oiled