thermal modification of wood

thermovacuum is an innovative and environmentally friendly process born in italy to produce a new generation of high added-value thermally modified vacuum wood (tvw) having outstanding properties of resistance and durability. thermovacuum combines an energy-efficient vacuum drying process with a thermal . 【Get Price】

what is thermally modified wood? - hardwoodweb.com sugars are cooked away leaving a safe green alternative to chemically preserved wood. when hardwood is thermally modified the process permanently alters the wood's chemical and physical properties when temperatures over. 400˚f are reached. the thermal modification process reduces the equilibrium wood moisture. 【Get Price】

thermally modified wood is redefining the properties features and applications of natural wood in a wide spectrum of residential and commercial applications such as siding and decking. 【Get Price】

thermally modified timber is manufactured from pine spruce or deciduous trees using the thermal modification process. the process is based on the use of high temperature (about 200 c) and steam so no chemicals are used in the process. thermally modified timber has better biological durability and lower moisture . 【Get Price】

wood. made better. from america's well-managed hardwood forests cambia by nfp provides an affordable environmentally friendly alternative to imported exotic hardwood species. this innovative natural hardwood product is also non-toxic highly durable and dimensionally stable making cambia a great choice for . 【Get Price】

thermally modified wood also called heat-treated wood has been available since the mid-1990s in europe where it was developed as an environmentally friendly alternative to tropical hardwoods. it's relatively new to north america though and its lack of a track record makes a lot of builders hesitant to . 【Get Price】