|Type of species||European Softwood|
|Species||Spruce (Picea abies), Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Scots Pine|
|Key feature||Thermo Treated|
|Volume||25 - 100 m3 per month Convert|
|Thickness||19-40 mm Convert|
|Width||50-200 mm Convert|
|Length||2.0-4.0 m Convert|
|Grading system||Russian sawn timber : grading rules acc. to GOST 26002-83|
|Treatment||HT : Heat treated|
|Drying||Kiln dry (KD)|
The principle of operation of heat treatment
Any wood material contains polysaccharides, resins and a certain percentage of moisture.
And during heat treatment (heating up to 180-240 degrees), the structure of the wood changes significantly: its components split and melt.
The material becomes more "solid" and durable.
Therefore, thermal board is considered to be an order of magnitude better than ordinary lumber made from natural wood.
We emphasize once again that the technology is 100% environmentally friendly: no chemicals are involved in the production of thermal boards.
Only heating to high temperatures and special equipment.
Despite the simplicity of the technology, it has a lot of advantages.
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Price & Conditions
|Price||400 EUR per m3 Convert|
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