Decking boards

Merbau
Merbau

Bangkirai


It occurs in Southeast Asia, light brown to dark brown colour, freshly cut wood density of 1200-1300 kg/m3, density at 12% humidity is 970 kg/m3

Very resistant to harmful weather conditions, fungi and pests. Commonly used in garden architecture, does not require further maintenance although oil finish is recommended to maintain a natural wood colour of a terrace. This helps prevent the natural patina process changing the surface colour to silver-grey.

Bangkirai
Massaranduba

Massaranduba


It occurs in South America, dark red-brown colour, slightly purple, freshly harvested wood density of 1300 kg/m3, density at 12% humidity is 1100 kg/m3.

Very hard and heavy wood, with high resistance to biological ageing. Massaranduba is characterized by a high shrinkage factor - improper storage and incorrect installation can cause deformation of the boards. It has a very homogeneous structure, almost without colour differences. No maintenance required for applications outside.

Tatajuba


It occurs in South America, light yellow changing to dark brown when exposed to sunlight, freshly cut wood density of 1100 kg/m3, density at 12% humidity is 795 kg/m3

Tatajuba wood features very good strength properties and high resistance to weather conditions, ensuring comfortable use even in areas with very heavy traffic. The high content of silica and other minerals makes Tatajuba wood withstands sea water.

Tatajuba
Sapele

Sapele


It occurs in Africa, magenta-brown colour, freshly harvested wood density of 850-950 kg/m3 density at 12% humidity is 700 kg/m3.

Sapele wood is an African variant of mahogany. Patio decking has a certificate of FSC, e.i. the most valued in the world organisation promoting sustainable forestry

It is used in the construction of open-air pools, restaurant terraces, gazebos, patios, paths, fences, facades, as well as in the furnishing public recreational spaces.

Ipe


It occurs in South America, olive-brown colour, freshly harvested wood density of 1300 kg/m3, density at 12% humidity is 1050 kg/m3.

Heavy and hard wood, with virtually no flaws, with a slight tendency to splintering. Very resistant to mechanical damage and abrasion.

Ipe
Merbau

Merbau


It occurs in Southeast Asia, brown to dark brown with distinctive yellow spots, freshly harvested wood density of 1100-1300 kg/m3, density at 12% humidity is 830 kg/m3

A characteristic feature in the first period of use is leaching by rain of dyes contained in the wood. Ensure drainage of water flowing down from the terrace to avoid staining, e.g. of the facade.

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