Burmese Teak, Decking
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|Wood Density (kg/m3)||650|
|Wood Hardness (pound-force)||1070|
|Stability(<1,5=very stable; 1,5-2,8=stable; >2,8=unstable)||Small movement|
|Botanical name||Tectona grandis|
|Other Names||Burma Teak|
|Comment||Invisible fixation: Enables invisible fixation to the support. Eliminates the stage of pre-drilling and countersinking. Composite material with high mechanical strength, guaranteeing a high quality system. Flexibility in compression and/or expansion, allowing re-positioning after stress (unlike steel). Allows lateral movement between the planks without any resulting deterioration of the wood. Allows the strips to be isolated from the support. Provides a guarantee of long-lasting durability. Shortens the installation time. Allows even jointing between strips. Ensures free circulation of air. Reinforce the general aspect thanks to a wooden frame fixed with non visible screws. Allow a vertical installation. Saves time in installation. Ensures regular gaps between boards.|
|Description||Sapwood: greyish in colour. Heartwood: in general straight grain with occasional flaring and black veining typical of the wood. Grain: usually straight, with occasional flaring and black veining typical of the wood. Quite oily in touch. Class I rot-proof wood, very stable wood, kiln-dried, guaranteeing very little distortion. Planks of fixed lengths, precision cut-avoiding the need on site for cutting. Smooth surface, without splinters. No need for preliminary wood treatment. Selected high-grade wood. Pleasant material, never too hot, never too cold.|
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