Swedish board, oak board - wooden floors

Why choose the Diamett SWEDISH BOARD

Extremely resistant to damage, the Swedish wooden board, as the name suggests, was invented in Sweden over 40 years ago in order to make the operation of underfloor heating more efficient.

The real wood of the top layer of the board is hardened and impregnated from the inside with an ultra-resistant varnish coating, which makes the Diamett floor extremely resistant to the challenges of everyday life.

Thanks to its extraordinary durability and decorative qualities, the wooden Swedish board has gained the trust of several generations of Scandinavians on a very demanding market with unflagging sales of about 2,000,000 m2 per year.

Sweden is famous for caring for the environment by optimally using its resources.

To produce 1 m2 of a solid oak board, 33 times more oak forest should be cut for a layered board, 20 times more than in the case of 1 m2 of a wooden board from the Swedish brand DIAMETT.

We produce boards with the following dimensions: width from 14 cm to 30 cm, length from 115 cm to 245 cm. We also offer classic herringbone and the designer CYBER collection.


DIAMETT FLOORS make the functioning of underfloor heating more efficient - significantly reducing operating costs
Installation and operation of underfloor heating is a very large expense. If we plan it, let's make sure it is energy-saving and as effective as possible.

The analysis of the diagrams below clearly shows that thickness of the board and its construction are of key importance for the energy-saving and effective operation of underfloor heating.

The thinner the board, the more efficiently the underfloor heating will work, which will result in significant savings in the household budget.

The thermal conductivity coefficient for the Swedish brand Diamett board W/mK - 0.255 is 63.5% better than for a sandwich board with a thickness of 15 mm W/mK-0.162

The thermal resistance coefficient of the Diamett floor is 2.8 times lower than that of a 15 mm layered floor.

Damage in the form of deep denters, broken fibers of the oak layer are the result of porosity and a soft pine or spruce core that does not support lamellas. Very often the damage is greater than the thickness of the usable layer, which excludes the possibility of scraping.

Extremely dense and homogeneous HDF supports the hardened wear layer of the Diamett floor, which prevents deep damage.

And what do our floorings look like?

8 layers of varnish with increased abrasion resistance and scratches - plastic varnish, i.e. it does not break under the impact of 5000 cycles in TABER tests. LEADING BRANDS say that there are no tests on wooden floorings.
uniclic floor


Patented UNICLIC technology






The ins and outs of the flooring...

Oak flooring. View of the utility layer with the naked eye.

Oak board, 20 times close-up of the side edge, which is never protected at any manufacturer against water, moisture and dirt.

In the photo we see the so-called pores through which food is supplied from the roots.

Oak board - electronic close-up of oak usable layer - as you can see it has a sponge -like structure - it is easy to crush, deforms, absorbs moisture and water.

There are pores of different sizes in the entire layer of the layered flooring.

Solid or layered oak floorings due to a porous structure resembling polystyrene are an excellent insulator - the thicker the usable layer, the greater the insulation.

The empty spaces in the oak flooring are easily and irreversibly crushed under the influence of impacts and increased pressure, and in this case - the thicker the layer of oak, the deeper the crushing.

Styrofoam - electron close-up - just like wood, it is porous with air closed inside - which makes it an excellent insulator.

The photo shows the electronic close-up in the Diamett flooring - the brown fragment is HDF - gray points are filled pores of the utility layer with a dedicated 3CP glue.

Most manufacturers use oak boards with low pressure, which results in unsecured open pores in the upper parts of the utility layer.

Thanks to the neutral pH of the 3CP glue that does not react with the tannins of the utility layer, the Diamett flooring has a natural warm unique look.

Filling the pores with 3CP glue seals and thickens the layer from below and from the inside, making the Diamett flooring resistant to crushing, discoloration and possible penetration of moisture, dirt with side edges.

Advantage of Diamett Floorings

Firstly - HARDNESS

Hardness of trees

You can safely invite friends to a window sill or family events. Diamett flooring, unlike solid or layered floorings - even the most expensive ones, will withstand the most difficult challenges.

WATER IS NOT STULPID AND WOOD HAS MEMORY - that's what old professionals experienced in laying parquet and wooden floors say.

Water easily penetrates into the micro gaps between the connected traditional floorings, then it is absorbed by the pores of wood to the deeper layers of the 4-6 mm thick utility

This process leads to irreversible floor boats even after it dries - about 30 % of deformation is "remembered" by wood.

What to pay attention to when buying veneered board

1. The floorboard should not be SEWN, i.e. glued with several narrow elements, which sometimes gives bizzare results in the forms of a MAN, GHOSTS or e.g. TAPEWORM.

2. The glueless lock should have a profile pressing longitudinal and transverse edges of boards - this is of great importance in the climate with variable seasons, humidity and temperature. The use of an inappropriate lock allows the penetration of water and dirt between the connected boards, which in the long run can lead to permanent "spilling" of boards.

3. The lock for a short section of a board must withstand huge stretching forces associated with variable fast floor heating temperatures - a poorly constructed lock is broken, causing elevation of the edges of the floor.

4. Glueless locks should be such quality that the floor arranged in a floating manner does not creak - does not unseal - which results in the penetration of dirt, sand, moisture, causing abrasion of the profile and spilling of the floor in the final phase

Why do we use scraping?

1. A thick usable layer with spruce or pine core and plywood can have deep damage, the porous oak is simply crushed.

2. Dirt and moisture deeply penetrate a thick damaged utility layer through damage and unsecured side edges of the floor (moisture, water, dirt deeply penetrate into the pores)

3. Flooding and moisture of the floor with a thick usable layer cause permanent irreversible multidirectional warping (wood has memory)

4. The so-called HARD varnishes chop off from the surface in the event of impact and in the case of height differences between the boards (formed on damp or over-dried floor) - the varnish is chopped from the side edges - the floor will never wipe out in the middle of the board

You can avoid all the above problems and scraping by using the Diamett floor

Combination of Diamett Flooring products with Klumpp varnishes

The lines of products: Diamett Classic, WAVES Mini and CYBER, use materials of one of the world leaders of the floor varnishes industry - Klumpp, with very high abrasion and scratching resistance with high flexibility of the paint layer.

Diamett Classic and Diamett Waves Mini product lines use an unique floor board with a deep and mild structure.

The use of B3D technology allowed to obtain a natural look after long-term use with a 3 D effect.


Advantages of such solution:


Obtaining immunity in accordance with the SIS (Swedish Industrie System) system at 6000 thousand revolutions using standard technology.

The above-mentioned studies are mostly performed on European markets using standardized abrasive (sand)

Maintaining high flexibility ensures the shell resistance to:

  1. High surface pressure (resistance, e.g. to cracks to the coating after impact by falling objects, hard footwear pressure, etc.)

  2. Micro splinters

  3. Natural look of the surface

  4. We avoid discoloration in the lower parts of the brush

A properly balanced composition of varnishes allows you to emphasize the natural image of wood,

And in combination with popular matt coatings - to get a natural look of the surface.

A unique depth effect of the so-called 3 D was also obtained.

When using corundum materials (hard but brittle materials), precious wooden board is converted and the effect is similar to cheap laminated floors.

Instead of sand, the research method uses standardized sandpaper strips.

Mainly on the American market.



  •  Microcracks

  •  unnatural (hazy) color of wood

  • Plastic floor look


Diamett Flooring Nathalie Wyskiel

Diamett Flooring is a family company with roots dating back to 1991. This brings great responsibility.

We successfully export our innovative floors to the USA, Canada, EU, South Africa, Mexico, Russia

The Diamett flooring collection was created as a result of the huge demand for natural floorboards, which are both ecological and friendly to people and to the environment, as well as the need to optimize underfloor heating.

Thanks to our solutions, we reduce the operating costs of underfloor heating by minimizing the heat resistance of the floor, thanks to which the system works at lower temperatures (about 28-30 degrees). The lower temperature of the heating factor prevents the phenomena of transverse and longitudinal deformation of the flooring, as well as swelling of the legs and the noticeable temperature discomfort, which is typical of higher temperatures.

The "breathable" Diamett boards regulate the humidity indoors - this effect is obtained by using natural oils that do not close the pores of wood, which allows it to take and give moisture from the room

This design makes the floor more durable and more resistant, and above all it is much more ecological than in the case of solid wood boards.

For the production of Diamett boards, certified, best quality raw materials, semi-finished products and the latest technologies are used.

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