Walnut Parquet (Solid)





The walnut tree can only be grown in the garden with a certain care. This tree is one of the hard timber groups. It has good polish retention and easy processing. It is also very valuable due to the aesthetic appearance and elegant shapes of its veins.

Walnut is mostly preferred in furniture and fine joinery works. Due to its low splinter and flexible structure, it can be bent and twisted easily. It is differentiated according to the veins and cracks on the walnut timber. It has a rough structure when it first comes out of the factory. It is shaped into the desired shape by grating on planing benches. The highest quality walnut timber in the world is the timber of European walnut. The products of these trees are extremely eye-catching. The specific gravity of black walnut timber is heavier than that of light walnut timber.

Claro Walnut Tree, which has a light color, is a non-fruiting species. A new walnut tree has been derived by using Claro Walnut and European Walnut, which is the highest quality walnut, by grafting method. This tree, called French Walnut, was obtained after a long period of time spanning about 30 years.

Walnut belongs to the group of trees with core wood. It has a structure with scattered pores. The pore structure formed in the spring season is larger than the pores formed in the autumn. The pores are small pith in the cross section and needle tear in the vessel section. It has very rich vein patterns. This tree is especially preferred in classical furniture. The outer shell is yellow and gray, the belly part varies from light milky brown to dark brown.

Walnut timber has a fibrous structure and is quite heavy. Holds nails and screws very firmly. It is easily split and easily processed. This wood, which is preferred in interior architecture and classical furniture, should only be processed by a skilled and experienced hand.

NOTE: Humidity of the Solid Parquet application area (Screed) should be between 15-18°C. Otherwise, the applied parquet may swell and rotate. There should be absolutely no moisture or rain leaks anywhere. If you feel such a risk, a moisture barrier should be laid on the screed and 4mm plywood should be adhered with double component glue on it, and then parquet should be applied.