Petrof ‘Bora’ Grand Piano


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Its size is the only thing that makes the Bora a small instrument. As soon as the hammers hit the strings, you will discover its wonderful, rich and surprisingly powerful sound. Once again Petrof have put the very best materials, technology and design features of concert instruments into its construction. Its potential greatly transcends its actual size. Professional players favour it for practice purposes and domestic use.

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Detailed Description

Length (mm)    1590
Width (mm) 1525
Height (mm) 1025
Weight (kg) 309
Sound board material Resonance spruce wood
Active area (m²) 1,019
Ribs (number, shape) 10, spherical
Soundboard construction wedgewise tapered   9 – 7 mm
Cast iron plate Wet sand casting
Surfacing of iron plate light gold metallic paint, diamond effect
Pin block – material Multiplex beech plywood, density 800 – 850 kg/m3
Inner rim material 9 laminas – beech, birch
Inner rim thickness 35 mm
Wooden frame posts 3 longitudinal
Descant post material spruce
Cut off bar (corner cross rib) no
Outer rim – material Sandwich, solid alder wood core, plywood coated, inner veneer Ebony Makassar
Bridge – treble solid maple wood
Bridge – bass solid maple wood
Bridge pins steel – ground tips
Agraffes material – number brass, 1-59
Duplexes – front gis2 – c5
Duplexes – rear d2 – c5
Strings – material steel wire Röslau Germany, copper winding Degen Germany
Hitching of plain strings double
Dampers – number 1 – 68
Action standard RENNER – PETROF
Hammer heads RENNER original
Keyboard Tangential sawn spruce wood, individually balanced with lead
Black keys Ebony wood
Pedals left – Unacorda (Piano) pedal, middle –  Sostenuto (Prolongement) pedal, right – Sustein pedal
Legs and castors standard legs, small unbraked castors
PETROF sign on right side wall no
Felts colour red + black
Hydraulic slow close fallboard mech. yes