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Admonter’s origins go back decades, even centuries. In the wooded area of Admont in Austria, wood has always been processed, then industrially from 1874. Since 1972, it has also been used by the Admont timber industry, STIA for short. In October 2017 the company name and legal form was changed to Admonter Holzindustrie AG. As Admonter we are a business enterprise of the local Benedictine monastery. Our products include natural wood floors and panels that have made a special name for themselves: Admonter. This name is an indication of origin and an obligation at the same time and guarantees exclusive local production, which ensures the high quality of the products and the well-being of the Admont region. A craft knowledge that has grown over generations is kept alive – and continued to be operated. The Benedictines‘ long-term thinking comes into play twice. Economically and ecologically. With us, customers have the certainty of PEFC certification: the wood we process comes solely from sustainably managed forests.
Verlegesysteme – Auswahl der Längen
Admonter FLOOR`s Produkte sind sowohl im klassischen Nut- und Feder-Profil als auch im leimlosen Verlegesystem lock-it erhältlich. Die Auswahl der Längen geht von der SMALL-Variante: Längen ab 590 bis 1200 mm über die CLASSIC-Variante in der Länge bis 2400 mm und LONG-Variante mit 2800 mm Länge bis zur XXLONG-Variante mit einer Dielenlängen von 3500 bis 8000 mm.
FLOOR`s auf Fußbodenheizung/Kühlung
FLOORs are ideally suited for use on underfloor heating. We recommend full-surface gluing as the ideal installation system. Basically, a floating installation is also possible (except for 2-layer and 3-layer small – here MUST be glued over the entire surface). In principle, low-temperature hot water underfloor heating is recommended: the surface temperature must not exceed 29 ° C even in the peripheral zones or covered areas.
FLOORs are generally suitable for laying over floor cooling systems if it
can be ensured by means of control technology and demonstrated that a daily average of 65% relative air humidity is not exceeded directly on the parquet and that the dew point is never even
reached at any time .
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