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THERMO TREATED ASH
Info:Thermo treated (or heat treated) wood is a solution which is beautiful, durable, functional and environmentally sound. It is free of chemicals, harmless to utilize and does not originate from endangered rainforests. Thermo treatment is a computer-controlled process of heating wood in a special kiln at a high temperature. In this process no chemicals are used. The heat treatment changes the cell structure of the wood – moisture, bacteria, and acids are driven out; wood lacking these is not conducive to the growth of fungus, rot and mildew, and it resists environmental effects significantly better than untreated wood. After test according to EN15083-1 for determination of the natural durability of solid wood against wood-destroying fungi, the tested thermo treated ash reaches the durability class 1. We have also applied two layers of oil to maximize durability.

ANTHRACIT COATING
Info: Electrolyte treated iron with primer. Coating: Akzo Nobel Noir 2200 Sablé YW360F Finishes shown on this card are made with AkzoNobel’s Interpon D2525 technology. Interpon D2525 is an ultra durable powder coating, which meets the demanding weathering requirements of the leading industry specifications Qualicoat Class 2, GSB. Master, and AAMA 2604-05, as well as BS EN 12206.
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