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Treated Softwood from Scandinavia is a very popular species for timber cladding and is used for internal and external cladding projects.
Used for internal and external cladding projects.
Treated softwood timber cladding sourced in Scandinavia is a popular species for timber cladding and can be used internally and externally.
Features and benefits:
Wood’s moisture content will change relative to its surroundings. Different species have different degrees of movement and this must be accounted for in cladding design.
Good design and installation practice will help minimize the effects of moisture:
Pale yellowish-brown to reddish-brown.
H21/116 Horizontal timber weatherboarding
H21/115 Vertical timber weatherboarding
H21/111 Horizontal timber weatherboarding
H21/110 Vertical timber weatherboarding
H21/15 Horizontal timber weatherboarding
H21/10 Vertical timber weatherboarding
PEFC and FSC certified.
Reaction to fire classification
Exterior timber cladding is suitable for buildings of 18 m or lower. No combustible materials are permitted for cladding on residential buildings over 18 m high.
A wide choice of standard profiles are available. Insert requirements.
To BS EN 350:2:1994, Class 4.
Sapwood treatability, resistant.
Occasionally wet, 15-30 years treated; frequently wet, 15-30 years treated.
Stainless steel fixings are recommended.
A1-A3 (production stage) as defined in BS EN 15804
6.20 kg CO₂ eq/m²
The embodied carbon (kgCO2e/m²) in Ecova Clad Treated Softwood Timber Cladding has been independently calculated at 6.2 kgCO2e/m². This Carbon is offset by Ecova Clad delivering a carbon neutral product.