Vintage wood wall panels are reclaimed and supplied in a number of finishes to bring a unique, natural warmth to an item of furniture, wall, ceiling and floor. Planks are planed, sawn and wirebrushed.
Woods: spruce, fir, larch, pine, oak
with original patina
pale colour, steamed*, thermised**
Different sizes available on request.
Tongue and groove
* Wood steaming This takes place in a sealed pressure container at a temperature of around 95-130°C. There is a chemical change in the wood cells during this process which causes a change in the colour of the wood.
** Thermisation (Heat treatment of wood) At a temperature of around 190°C the wood becomes harder making it more resistant to adverse weather conditions, wood decaying fungi and mildew have a higher dimensional stability. Material treated this way is suitable for exterior and interior purposes. The effect of the heat caramelises the wood, which darkens its shade to honey brown or dark brown.
Wood after steaming or thermisation remains sterile and there`s no need to treat it against insects.
Excluding oak, thermised wood planks are not suitable for flooring .
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