Making a statement with charred timber
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When an image of a novel timber product graces the front cover of House & Garden magazine's Trends supplement, you know something is afoot. The stunning image of glossy blackened timber, hinting at the material's Japanese roots sparked considerable interest among clients and designers of prestigious new projects, always keen to investigate the 'latest thing'. But charred timber is nothing new.
Article from Timber 2016 Industry Yearbook
This document contains a fully comprehensive list of all the most up to date Wood Information Sheets (WIS) published by TRADA. Available to members for free or non-members for £12.00, these Wood Information Sheets provide technical guidance related to almost every timber topic under the sun.
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This wood for good fact sheet gives readers a brief overview of the use of preservative treatment used on timber.
This fact sheet explains why those specifying timber should consider treatment options. It also gives examples of some of the treatment options available plus some of the considerations that...
Fire-resisting doorsets are required to be able to contain a fully developed fire, to facilitate escape of a building's occupants and allow fire fighting, and to protect the contents and/or the structure from the effects of fire. The doorset therefore must have resistance to fire, expressed in terms of time....