BURNED WOOD

mod. Limba (Fraké)

Through the Burned Wood preservation process via controlled surface combustion, Burned Wood mod. Limba (Fraké) obtains a beautiful, hard charcoal layer. The charcoal layer has an irregular structure and a unique appearance. The charcoal layer is maintenance-free and UV-resistant. Optionally applying fixation strengthens the charcoal layer, preventing it from giving off.

 

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Fast-growing West African Hardwood

We produce Burned Wood mod. Limba (Fraké) from modified Limba wood, also known as Fraké. Limba is a fast-growing hardwood species originating from responsibly managed forests in West Africa. The Limba wood undergoes thermal treatment, significantly improving its durability.

We can also provide Burned Wood mod. Limba (Fraké) with fire class B (Euroclass), which is unique! In our factory, an entirely ecological fire-retardant product is used to treat Burned Wood mod. Limba (Fraké) according to a certified process. The result is Burnt wood cladding with fire class B-s1, d0 according to EN13501-1, and certified according to EN14195.

Specifications and Options

  • Application: Interior and exterior
  • Length: 2.75 - 5.4 meters (other sizes on request)
  • Width: 55 - 190 mm (other sizes on request)
  • Thickness: 18 - 45 mm (other sizes on request)
  • Wood Type: Limba (Fraké), FSC® and/or PEFC®
  • Origin: West Africa
  • Specific Weight: 550 kg/m3
  • Fire Class: B-s1, d0 according to EN13501-1, and certified according to EN14195.(after optional treatment)
  • Maintenance: none
  • Optional Treatment: Fixation or Fire Class B
  • Installation: Concealed with X-Clip or with stainless steel screws with a black head
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    Burned Wood is exclusive custom charred wood.

    We perform the burning process ourselves in our factory in Enschede(NL). We do this with great attention to quality to achieve the right level of sustainability. We only use wood from sustainably managed forests.