Australian Native Herringbone provides that organic, natural, warm feeling.
New to Hurford’s engineered range is Australian Native Herringbone pre-finished in two iconic species Blackbutt and Spotted Gum. Featuring a micro bevel edge profile and finished in a modern matt smooth surface, to achieve a floor that’s earthy and effortless.
Consistent in quality and structural stability, Australian Native Herringbone is constructed using a low shrinkage, ecofriendly Hevea core and a tough Australian hardwood lamella.
Utilising the latest in environmentally friendly UV coatings, the 6 coat system delivers a floor finish similar to a stylish oiled floor but with the durability and protection a UV lacquer offers. Australian Native Herringbone engineered flooring provides a wow factor for any interior space.
“Installing Australian Native Herringbone requires a high level of skill and Hurford’s recommend only qualified tradespeople with the relevant skill levels undertake the installation.”
Australian Native Herringbone Specifications
Species: Blackbutt and Spotted Gum
Core Material: Hevea
Locking System: Tongue and Groove (ends and sides)
Side Profile: Tongue and Groove
End Profile: End Matched
Edge Profile: Micro Bevel
Size: 120mm x 13.5mm
Wear Layer: 4mm lamella
Coating: UV Cured 6 Coat Klumpp System
Coverage: 0.576 m²/box
Packaging: 8 pieces per box – Set A (left) & Set B (right)
Install Suitability: Direct glued
Install Sub-Floor Heating: No
Install Over: Wood, concrete, plywood & plywood over concrete
Colour Match Accessories: Yes
Australian Native Herringbone
Technical Information and Tests
Brochure: Australian Native Herringbone Brochure
Warranty: Australian Native Herringbone Warranty
Slip test: Australian Native Herringbone Slip Test
Fire Test: Available Soon
Hurford’s Australian Native Engineered Hardwood Flooring is produced with the knowledge and experience of three generations of processing and drying Australia’s unique Eucalypts.
Hurford’s superior kiln drying processes help to minimise lamella movement, preventing potential stability issues like twisting, cupping and checking.