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Kopine Tongue and Groove12 is a high-density particleboard flooring panel which has Codemark compliance and a 12 week exposure time.
It uses black plastic tongues fitted into a grooved edge with an ultra-strong glue used to bond the panels together and form a continuous flooring membrane. The glue is supplied with the panels at no extra cost and provides an effective moisture seal and significantly reduces edge peaking compared to glue-less systems. The result is a strong and quiet flooring surface which is cost effective, performs well and is easy to install.
Kopine Tongue & Groove12 has Environmental Choice NZ accreditation.
Where Kopine Flooring Systems are used outside the scope of NZS 3604 or where concentrated loads exceed 180 kg or uniformly distributed loads exceed 200kg/m2 a suitably qualified professional must be consulted.
Kopine Flooring Systems are suitable for residential flooring applications with a maximum frame spacing of 600mm centres for a maximum load of 1.8 kN live load.
Live loads above 2.0kPa / 1.8 kN are required to be specifically designed using the properties table contained in the Kopine "Installation Guide and Technical Specifications" for Ultralock 12 and Tongue & Groove12 Flooring.
Kopine Flooring may be exposed to weather for up to 12 weeks. However, during construction all effort must be made to prevent ponding of water on the surface.
Protective membranes or coatings must not be used on the top or bottom of the floor while exposed to weather during construction.
For full guidance and information for specifying and installing Kopine Flooring Systems, please refer to the online video or installation instructions for Ultralock 12 and Tongue & Groove12 Flooring, or the "Installation Guide and Technical Specifications".
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With over 25 years of experience Kopine is a market leader in the manufacture of particleboard with much of its production going to its New Zealand Panels Group sister companies, Prime Panels and Bestwood for use in the manufacture of Melamine panels.
New Zealand Panels Group offer a wide collection of decorative interior panels and benchtop surfaces through its Prime Panels and Bestwood brands, and thermoform and custom finishing via Dezignatek.Product Enquiries
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