Jura Oak (3 strip) 14 x 207 x 2200mm

  • Jura Oak (3 strip)
  • 14 x 207 x 2200
  • Rustic Grade
  • Matt Lacquer Finish
  • Smooth Surface
  • 5G click system, where boards are interlocked securely and perfectly aligned with each other across the installation
  • Square Edge Profile
  • 3.18m² Pack Size
  • 2.5mm Wear Layer
£119.94 per Each
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Product code
03331

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ManufacturerAtkinson & Kirby
Type of flooringEngineered wood
SurfaceSmooth
Plank width207 mm
Plank thickness14 mm
Plank length2200 mm
FinishMatt lacquer
Pack coverage3.18 m²
Edge typeSquare
ColourGolden
WaterproofNo
StyleClassic
MPNCLA1010
Technical DatasheetDownload file
Installation instructionsDownload file
Delivery Information

Delivery for branch stocked items is currently 5-10 working days and items will be transferred nationally across branch. However, Click & Collect is only available from eligible branches that have all items on your order in stock.

You will be contacted to confirm delivery/collection dates from your local branch.

Items delivered directly from a supplier are subject to specific lead times detailed on the product image.

 
Please note: If you're ordering multiple items, these may arrive on separate deliveries. Lead times may vary for items delivered direct from one of our trusted suppliers. Whilst assistance in offloading materials is appreciated this is conducted at the customer's own risk. For more information about deliveries from Timberworld, please visit our delivery details page
 

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Metric/Imperial Conversions

Measurements

1 metre (1m) is approximately 3ft 3in (39.37in). 1 inch when converted to metric is 25.4mm.

However, when purchasing timber, you will find that there is usually a slight difference between the actual conversion measurement and the measurement used, for example, items measuring 1 inch may be sold as 25mm. Because the industry conversion is fractionally different than the actual imperial conversion, you should always measure in metric (mm, cm, m) to avoid any measurement mistakes.

 

Imperial (inches) Actual (mm) Conversion (mm)
1 25.4 25
2 50.8 50
3 76.2 75
4 101.6 100
5 127 125
6 152.4 150
7 177.8 175
8 203.2 200
9 228.6 225
10 254.0 250
11 279.4 275
12 304.8 300
24 (2ft) 609.6 600
36 (3ft) 914.4 900
48 (4ft) 1219.2 1200
60 (5ft) 1524.0 1500
72 (6ft) 1828.8 1800
84 (7ft) 2133.6 2100
96 (8ft) 2438.4 2400