The skirting board fixed flush to the wall represents an advanced frontier for decorating domestic spaces in an elegant and modern manner. Linvisibile has developed an exclusive skirting system to best complete its offer of flush with the wall elements. No element surmounts the wall which is then all perfectly flush.
In fact, unlike traditional skirting boards the installed version with a flush surface runs the length of the wall with no protrusions. A thin line embedded in the wall that hides a great technology. This solution is in fact achieved by providing a recess for the skirting system and placing the appropriate profiles during the construction of the masonry, before the plastering and the floor laying. It’s a system that guarantees elegance, practicality and gives personality to the environment.
The system is made of an aluminium base profile to be anchored to the walls, including fittings for the door frames, and ready to accomodate standard finishes (glass, lacquering, metal, stone, wood, ceramic, etc.) or a specific Linvisibile® aluminium profile produced in lacquered or anodized finish to be pressure-applied to the base profile.
In the Skirting product, electrical circuits can be inserted, such as luminaries with LED light sources. In the case this integration is made, it is the responsibility of the person making the modification to comply with the requirements specified in the applicable installation standards (for example CEI 64-8 and CEI 64-11 concerning electrical installations inside furniture in Italy, those corresponding to similar international standards); in order to ensure the safety of the final product, it is necessary that the lighting equipment complies with the requirements defined in the relevant standards (CEI EN 60598-1 and related applicable parts 2), including those related to photo-biological risk (risk from blue light) for LED light sources.
Any electrical equipment installed inside the skirting board must also comply with various applicable requirements, including those defined in Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU, in EMC Directive 2014/30 EU, in the Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EUC and the related Implementing Regulations, in Directive RoHS 2011/65/EC.