Durability and resistance to decay are two important characteristics necessary for timber used in external cladding and joinery. Heat treatment of wood has a positive effect upon timber decay and Thermowood can achieve resistance class I-II. The timber is drier than that used for general joinery and is more resistant to surface shaking due to the action of UV light. All of these factors contribute to longer surface life than untreated joinery timber, but to ensure protection from the “greying” caused by exposure to the elements, pigmented surface coatings are necessary.
Pine or Spruce ThermoWood - Smooth, or Fine Sawn finish
Sizes: T&G or Overlap cladding profiles
9 x 141mm
18 x 141mm
20 x 141mm
Lengths: 1,800 - 5,400mm
Options: Vivax Colour – Paint finish in four standard colours with other colours by order
Fixing battens either square edged or scribed for moisture run-off
Planed construction wood - 42×42/68/92/117/140mm
Unplaned construction wood - 50×100/125/150, 75×75mm
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Edge Glued Panels