Thermory Benchmark thermo-pine C34 - Thermory
  • Unoiled and unfinished
  • Cladding
  • Benchmark series
  • Benchmark thermo-pine
  • Pine
  • C34

Thermory Benchmark thermo-pine C34

Thermory Benchmark thermo-pine C34

APPLICATION
  • Cladding
WOOD
  • Pine
THERMAL MODIFICATION
  • Intense
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Enhance your walls with Thermory’s durable and surprisingly easy-to-install Benchmark pine cladding, with decades of rot resistance, unrivaled dimensional stability and a naturally beautiful appearance featuring distinctive knots.

We can offer our thermo-pine with the Nordic Swan Ecolabel. Wood carrying this Ecolabel comes from responsibly managed forests, is chemical free and offers great durability in outdoor conditions.

Application: Cladding

Species: Thermally modified pine

Modification level: Intense

Use: Exterior, interior

Finish: Unoiled

Texture: Smooth, brushed

Installation types: Hidden

Installation methods: Screws

Durability class: 2 (15+ years’ protection against wood decay)

Mix and match with profile C34-2

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Cladding Installation, C34 Mix and Match profile installed with staples

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