Synthetic teak flooring

Key features

Key features of synthetic teak flooring. It is the very latest synthetic teak product for boats and is designed on a computer taken from a template of your boat. Once a template has been checked and the artwork completed to everyones satisfaction, it is printed onto a composite material. This process allows margins and wood grain to be printed onto the surface making the product resemble a traditional teak deck. The synthetic teak flooring features a vinyl/fabric composite material giving a warm, inviting texture to walk upon along with the outstanding durability of commercial grade vinyl. There are a range of colours in the standard collection. The fabric top surface material combined with advanced printing technology make this a great choice of product for powerboat cockpits and bathing platforms. It is extremely easy to clean even the toughest stains with an added benefit of the materials ability to reduce sound emissions therefore improving the quality and pleasure of your time aboard. The customer may choose to have his synthetic teak floor fitted to the boat surface just like traditional teak decking or poppered in position like a traditional cockpit carpet..

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Total thickness ISO 1765 4.3 mm
Commercial use EN-ISO 10874 Class 33 heavy
Total weight ISO 8543 1.8 kg/m²
Abrasion resistance EN 1307 annex F > 1000 cycles
Light fastness EN-ISO 105-B02 ≥ 6

Slip resistance UK SRG pendulum Dry – very low slip risk
Wet – low slip risk
Acoustic EN-ISO 717-2 Impact sound ∆Lw = 20 dB
ISO 354 Sound absorption = 0.10
Water impermeability EN 1307 annex G Pass

Recycled content
Approved by Allergy UK.
Reaction to fire Bfl-s1
Slip resistance EN 13893 DS: ≥ 0.30
Body voltage ISO 6356 < 2kV

Key features of Synthetic teak flooring
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