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Thermory Ignite thermo-spruce C24

Thermory Ignite thermo-spruce C24

  • Cladding
  • Coated cladding
  • Coated wall panels
  • Interiors
  • Spruce
  • Intense
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The signature dragon-scale pattern of Thermory Ignite cladding is created by embossing and tinting thermally modified spruce wood. Unlike modern yakisugi, which is often created by hand with a torch, Ignite is produced using a deceptively flame-free process.

Easy maintenance to retain the authentic charred look for years. We recommend carrying out maintenance painting if the paint layer becomes worn or the appearance of the cladding becomes uneven over time, with the following minimum intervals:

  • For Ignite 5, every 5 years with water-based semi-translucent black paint.
  • For Ignite 7, every 7 years with water-based opaque (full coating) RAL9005 paint.

Regularly touching the boards up with black paint preserves the visual effect of the burnt wood surface.

Cladding Profiles Catalogue


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Cladding boards Installation Guide


Cladding Maintenance Guide


Cladding Installation, Ignite by Thermory

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