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Board: 20 X 145 X 4000 mm tongue/groove (formwork)


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What is Shou sugi ban?

Shou sugi ban is a traditional Japanese woodworking technique used to preserve and treat wood by charring it in a fire . The process involves carefully burning the surface of the wood until it chars. The charred layer is then removed by chipping, which reveals the grain patterns of the wood. Shou sugi ban results in a striking visual effect that creates a contrast between the charred exterior and the natural wood beneath.

Why choose shou sugi ban?

The charring process makes the wood resistant to rot, insects and fire, increasing its lifespan and reducing the need for maintenance.

Protection against moisture and UV rays

The layer of char acts as a protective barrier against moisture and UV rays, making it suitable for outdoor applications such as cladding, flooring and fencing.