Advantages of tongue and groove systems
Whether parquet, laminate, tiles or wood beam ceilings – tongue and groove joints can be found in many areas. We will explain the advantages to you.
Tongue and groove joints can be found in virtually all areas: What are known as click floors for parquet and laminate, as well as tiles, roller shutter boxes, wood beam ceilings and canvas blinds can be joined using this technique.
The tongue and groove joint is a plug-in connection of several components. The principle:A groove is cut into a component, which a tongue with the matching shape fits into. The tongue can be a loose, separate connecting piece or part of a second component that is to be connected. Fitting a tongue and groove joint prevents two adjacent boards from shifting position and achieves a flat surface.
As a mere plug-in system, the tongue and groove joint has the advantage that edges cannot be damaged when they are put together. The enlarged surface also allows for more glue to be applied, so that the joint holds better.
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