Thermopine

Information about thermopine

Thermally modified wood boasts unsurpassed longevity and is often compared to larch and teak.

Only heat and steam (190–212°C) are used for treating the wood. No chemical substances are used.

Thermally modified wood has resistance category 2 according to EN 113 standard.

During thermal modification, high temperature modifies the structure of the wood and renders the wood more stable, robust, fully resistant to moisture, mould, fungi, temperature fluctuations and other outdoor conditions.

Untreated Thermopine and coatings

Thermowood became silver grey color within 3-5 years and doesn’t required future care.

Coatings by pigmented oil or silicate paints gives wide possibilities update colors by individual needs

Untreated

Untreated after 5 years

Our projects, which are using thermopine

All the kinds of wood and coatings

Siberian Larch
Themowood
Thermowood
Red Cedar