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Unique material

From improved durability to enhanced environmental sustainability. As the North American market becomes increasingly interested in this innovative product, it's crucial for professionals and consumers alike to understand its potential impact on the industry.

Thermal modification is a process that uses heat to alter the chemical and physical properties of wood, enhancing its performance and durability. This innovative treatment can be applied to a variety of wood species, creating a final product that is more stable, resistant to decay, and less susceptible to moisture absorption.

This enhanced durability ensures that it can withstand harsh environmental conditions and last for many years with minimal maintenance.


How it's made

Thermally modified wood is produced through a carefully controlled process that exposes the material to high temperatures, typically ranging from 180°C to 230°C (356°F to 446°F). This heat treatment breaks down hemicellulose, a component in wood that is responsible for moisture absorption and can lead to decay. By eliminating this component, the wood becomes more resistant to water, insects, and fungal attacks, ensuring a longer lifespan and lower maintenance requirements

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