Thermo-treated wood

Thermal modification of the timber ensures the improvement of technical and decorative characteristics. At high temperatures (up to 180-230⁰C) the chemical properties of the material change: the hemicellulose and lignin split. The heat treatment results in a highly sustainable and durable timber that is resistant to moisture, insects, fungi, and decay. Heat-treated timber comes with higher durability, better thermal insulation properties and geometric stability, and less moisture absorption.

Heat-treated timber has a homogeneous deep color leaving its natural patterns to be more pronounced.

Wood species: Fir, Pine, Birch, Aspen.