Price starts 4,14€/m
Douglas fir is a native wood with a hellrotbraunen hue. As the Siberian larch is the Douglas fir an inexpensive alternative to exotic woods. In the sorting Gkl. I / III - resorted this wood has tight knots, sapwood and thunderstorms Astfehler.
|Pealispind||peamiselt 4-st küljest defektivaba|
|Tolerants||paksus keskmiselt +/- 0,5mm - laius keskmiselt +/- 1mm|
|Päritolu||Saksamaa taastuvad metsad|
DIN EN 350-2 järgi
|klass II-III - vastupidav kuni keskpärane|
|Niiskusaste||tehniliselt kuivatatud, niiskusaste keskmiselt 16-18%|
|Paigaldamine||kruvidega või nähtamatu kinnituskohaga spetsiaalse fiksaatoriga|
|Soovituslik aluskonstruktsioon||alumiinium, Douglas, Siberi lehis|
Hind alates 10,50€/jm
Ipe also known as the South American walnut is the most popular decking at the moment. Reasons for this are the uniform structure and also the nice warm natural brown. In the sorting PRIME this species is in principle knotless, sapwood and free of interlocked grain.
Price starts 7,38€/m
Cumaru Champagne is also known as South American Teak is in great demand because of its pleasant middle Braunton as outdoor flooring. In the sorting PRIME this species is in principle knotless and sap. The typical for the type of wood interlocked grain, which emerges through rough spots on the surface is ground later on the visible side.
Price starts 7,62€/m
Garapa from South America is characterized by a natural gelbraunen hue. This type of wood it has become the alternative to Bangkirai becoming increasingly popular and also characterized by its dimensional stability and durability, which makes them an excellent outdoor flooring. In the sorting PRIME this species is in principle knotless, sapwood and free of interlocked grain.
Price starts 14,94€/m
Teak is a very high-quality outdoor flooring, which finds its use in the outdoor area already for decades. The natural brown color and uniform grain make this covering so noble. In the sorting PRIME this species is in principle knotless and sap.
Price starts 7,74€/m
Our oak comes as the Douglas fir from local forests and has a medium brown color. Oak is indeed a hardwood, but this species is due to their durability and sorting only a limited alternative to exotic woods outdoors. In the sorting Standard this wood firm knots, small cracks and thunderstorms Astfehler (vacancies) has.