Dennebos engineered floorboards have a standard thickness of 17,5 mm [ 12 + 5,5 mm] and an approximate width of 220 mm. Length specification is random between 600-2700 mm. Maximum of length under 1500 mm does not exceed 20% of total. Non-standard thickness of 20,5 mm for structural use available at additional cost. Dennebos engineered Reclaimed oak flooring is suitable for fitting upon an underfloorheating system.



Reclaimed Oak, taken back from its former glory and professionally re-engineered to form “new”and desirable modern timber planks.

Out of old oak construction materials, solid wearlayers are sawn in our production, which are then dried and glued upon a birch ply backing to provide exceptional stability and to perform well with underfloor heating /cooling systems. Our new “old” timber is the environmentalist first choice. In addition, once again not compromising the environment, we use an Eco quality biodegradeble hardening hardwax oil to enhance and protect your investment.

Additional information

  • The R.05 floor has to be treated with a white maintenance oil straight after having fitted the floor [ see our maintenance instructions].
  • Thermal conductivity [ RC value] at a thickness of 17,5 mm is 0,108 m2 K/W. At a thickness of 20,5 mm the themal conductivity is 0,128 K/W.
  • Dennebos engineered flooring has been tested on emission. Test results can be send over on request.
  • Fire certification of Dennebos engineered flooring according DIN EN 13501-1 is Cfl-S1. Test results can be send over on request.
  • Dennebos engineered flooring are CE certified according DIN EN 14342.
  • Dennebos R.05 can be delivered in various patterns.


  • The R.05 floor is an oak floor where the wearlayer is from re-used [ reclaimed] oak and could therefor show characteristics like woodworm holes, axed bevels, sawmarks, sapwood and not completely filled cracks and knots. For additional information check our collection summary.
  • The R.05 floor is a heavily brushed floor.


We have listed the maintenance for this floor in a PDF form. This can be viewed / downloaded via the button below.

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