FOR ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS

We provide BIM files, technical data, consultations both online and in our showroom, samples and inspiration from around the world – all to help you find just the right Thermory product for your project

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Functional architectural solutions with natural appeal

The natural beauty, functionality and environmental sustainability of wood are undoubtedly concepts we all cherish. At Thermory we process our timber naturally, using only heat and water vapor, to ensure it can last a long time outdoors. We have created a versatile range of profiles, including some with hidden fixings, as well as a variety of embossed patterns and finishing options and modular solutions to inspire architects and designers to find more ways to use wood in their architectural solutions.

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Why thermally modified wood?

Thermally modified wood (thermowood) is the most reliable option if you’re looking for a durable and dimensionally stable material for outdoor conditions. The high temperature of thermal modification changes the structure of the wood, significantly improving its durability and resistance to weather conditions.

The biological resistance of the wood increases as the nutrients in the wood become more difficult to reach for pests and molds.

The wood’s moisture absorption capacity and speed decreases, resulting in reduced moisture deformations. The wood maintains its dimensional stability, meaning that it doesn’t cup, twist or bend as much as other wooden decking products.

Thermal modification leads to less internal stress in the wood, significantly reducing material consumption during construction.

The thermal and sound insulation performance of the wood improves.

Heat treatment also gives the wood a delightful darker tone.

Thermal modification is chemical free.

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Our wood material is carefully examined and originates from sustainably managed forests

PEFC Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification

Most of our softwood comes from PEFC-certified forests. PEFC is a worldwide federation of national forest certification systems.

Forest Stewardship Council

The FSC is a major advocate for better forest management, promoting the more sustainable use, conservation and recovery of forests globally.

Nordic Swan Ecolabel

Thermory’s pine and spruce products that have undergone intensive thermal modification have acquired the Nordic Swan license for product group 086 (durable/resistant wood for outdoor use).

Thermory Benchmark thermo-pine cladding, Powerhouse in Telemark, distributor Moelven, architects Snøhetta, photo Jeanett Teigen

BIM library

Building Information Modeling (BIM) files are digital tools that help architects and designers work with intelligent 3D models. The format has become increasingly common in building design and construction. Thermory’s technical BIM files include Revit, Archicad and material texture files.

Thermory Benchmark thermo-pine cladding, AARhus residential development, photos Kåre Viemose

Product specifications

Choose the most suitable wood species for your project according to the desired application, required durability rating and appearance. All Thermory cladding and decking boards have undergone intensive thermal modification to ensure durability in changing weather conditions. The wood’s durability rating indicates the rot resistance of the particular species (EN 350:2016), and the highest resistance rating for wood is Class 1 (25+ years). To make installation easier a wide range of fixings are available, some of which are concealed to create a clean, screw-free wood surface. Products with end-matching enable more efficient use of materials so nothing is wasted.

Thermory Benchmark thermo-ash cladding

Wood maintenance

Thermally modified wood is easy to maintain and doesn’t necessarily require surface treatment. Like any other wood however, when used outdoors and exposed to UV radiation the surface of Thermory products will naturally turn gray over time. This process starts immediately after the products are installed and can take from a few months to several years depending on how much UV light they’re exposed to. The durability of the products is not affected by the graying process.
If you wish to preserve or alter the wood’s color tone, Thermory boards can be coated with a UV-resistant pigmented mineral oil.

Thermory Herringbone thermo-ash decking, KAMP Architects, photo Terje Ugandi

Welcome to our brand new showroom

The showroom, which was designed by KAMP Architects, offers visitors a complete overview of Thermory’s cladding, decking and sauna materials as well as displaying ready-made sauna designs from our Auroom brand.