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What is Thermowood?

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  1. What is Thermowood?
  2. What timber is Thermowood?
  3. Does thermowood change colour?
  4. What is heat treated Thermowood?
  5. How do you protect ThermoWood?
  6. Is ThermoWood waterproof?
  7. Will heat treated wood rot?
  8. What colour is ThermoWood?
  9. Is ThermoWood fire resistant?
  10. Can you oil ThermoWood?
  11. Does ThermoWood fade?
  12. Is heat treated wood toxic?
  13. How long does thermally modified wood last?
  14. Can you burn ThermoWood?
  15. Is timber cladding a fire risk?
  16. Is thermowood fire resistant?
  17. How do you protect Thermowood?
  18. Can pallet wood be burned?
  19. Can you burn 30 year old pressure-treated wood?
  20. How expensive is thermally modified wood?

What is Thermowood?

Thermowood, also known as heat treated timber, is a beautiful, sustainable timber material produced using chemical-free heat treatment.

What timber is Thermowood?

How is Thermowood Made? Thermowood cladding comes from Scandinavian softwood timber that has been heat treated. When Thermowood is manufactured, it is subjected to pressure and heat, as well as nitrogen and water vapour to control the drying process.

Does thermowood change colour?

If left untreated, Thermowood will turn a silver-grey colour due to UV rays. The beautiful grey colour lends an elegant appearance and does not affect the wood's resistance to decay.

What is heat treated Thermowood?

​​​​​​ThermoWood® is produced by heat treating Finnish grown pine and spruce to temperatures in excess of 200 degrees centigrade. During the heat treatment, chemical and structural changes occur within the timber which alter and improve some of its basic characteristics.

How do you protect ThermoWood?

It is recommended to protect the thermowood used for sauna, bath or shower walls and benches, with an oil-based coating or sauna varnish. It is protection wood of against water and dirt, as well as against possible fracture of the edges. Any excess used must be cleaned.

Is ThermoWood waterproof?

Thermo-processed wood is darker than natural wood, more weatherproof and more resistant to rot. Its insulation qualities are better, it suffers from less moisture deformation and is more stable.

Will heat treated wood rot?

Untreated wood deteriorates more quickly in contact with soil and will have to be replaced, possibly every two to five years, though heat-treated wood may last a bit longer. Redwood and cedar are more rot-resistant and last longer, but are also more expensive.

What colour is ThermoWood?

Thermowood is dark brown in colour throughout, giving it an attractive and consistent look. If left untreated the colour will turn a silver-grey. Or, treatment can be easily applied for colour protection.

Is ThermoWood fire resistant?

ThermoWood, according to a brochure by its manufacturer, is wood that has been heated to make it “more stable”. The brochure says that its reaction to fire is rated as Class D.

Can you oil ThermoWood?

Indoor care of thermowood Conventional paints, wood oils, waxes and varnishes can be used for interior decoration. Paraffin oil can be used for saunas in combination with surface pigments to enhance the color of heat treated wood and protect it from dirt.

Does ThermoWood fade?

With exposure to natural elements ThermoWood® cladding will fade to a grey or charcoal colour, however this can be prevented, if preferred, by using a clear treatment with a UV filter which we can factory apply, please ask for further details or see our section on Painted Cladding . ThermoWood® is rated as 'durable'.

Is heat treated wood toxic?

Untreated pine or spruce (whether heat-treated or kiln-dried) are good, inexpensive options. Unlike pressure-treated lumber, untreated or heat-treated wood contains no questionable chemical compounds that may leach into the soil within the bed.

How long does thermally modified wood last?

Thermally modified wood can last 20 - 25 years in outdoor applications.

Can you burn ThermoWood?

ThermoWood is 30% more fire resistant than regular wood. Combined with the charring/burnt process the boards become highly fire resistant.

Is timber cladding a fire risk?

Fire resistant timber cladding is safe, and does not pose a fire risk to low rise buildings (classified up to 3-storeys). ... Non-combustible cladding options exist and they maintain a stylish timber-like appearance.

Is thermowood fire resistant?

ThermoWood, according to a brochure by its manufacturer, is wood that has been heated to make it “more stable”. The brochure says that its reaction to fire is rated as Class D.

How do you protect Thermowood?

It is recommended to protect the thermowood used for sauna, bath or shower walls and benches, with an oil-based coating or sauna varnish. It is protection wood of against water and dirt, as well as against possible fracture of the edges. Any excess used must be cleaned.

Can pallet wood be burned?

Pallets, lumber, and other cut and dried scrap wood are indeed good to burn (as long as you are completely sure they were not treated with any chemicals such as arsenic or methyl bromide, which are very hazardous when burned). ... Old shipping pallets pose a few risks despite being dried and milled.

Can you burn 30 year old pressure-treated wood?

Homeowners should never burn any type of pressure- treated wood or preservative-treated wood under any circumstances. The chemicals that are in the most common pressure-treated wood are heavy metals: chromium, copper, and arsenic. Those 3 chemicals may become airborne.

How expensive is thermally modified wood?

How much does thermally modified wood siding cost? Thermally modified wood siding costs $8 to $10 per square foot, not including installation. As a relatively new product, thermal wood is available direct from manufacturers and specialty suppliers.