Wooden flooring with square-timber substructure
The supporting structure of this floor consists of square timbers (8 x 8 cm) parallel to the tent width direction. The distance from timber to timber is approx. 0.75 m. The actual floor panels lie on the square timbers. They are made from planed tongue and groove boards with a thickness of 21 mm. The tongue and groove boards are nailed with hardwood scantlings. A protrusion of the hardwood scantlings beyond the panel edge ensures a level floor with no trip hazards. The face sides of the floor panels are tapered by 5 mm. During the assembly, they are inserted into an aluminium profile rail (140/101/3).