Coloured wood slats: options and technical features
- 21 April, 2021
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoration, News
Coloured wood slats are less common than wood slats with a natural finish. However, on some occasions, some projects in cultural centres, schools, hospitality premises or in certain types of shops require wood slat cladding with finishes in other hues or colours.
Spigoline, the division of Spigogroup devoted to the manufacture of solid wood slat cladding, has three different types of finishes, both for the GRID system and for the Acoustic system.
The simplest is the natural obeche wood finish. Then you can opt for obeche wood stained in beech, oak, cherry or wenge. And finally, we can choose wood slats in obeche wood in RAL white, orange, red or green colours. Moreover, as we are manufacturers, we can respond to any custom order in terms of dimensions, colours or finishes.
All of these options share the same technical features: 380 kg/m³ density; 1.2 hardness (soft); 620 kg/cm² flexural strength; and a modulus of elasticity of 59,500 kg/cm².
Also, in all cases, and according to the requirements of each project, there is the possibility of applying flame retardant treatments to hold back flames in case of fire and prevent the rapid spread of fire in the wood. You can therefore choose between the surface application of a B-s2,d0 fireproof varnish compliant with the UNE-EN-1350-1:02 standard or an autoclave immersion spray treatment for fireproofing wood to B-s1,d0 classification.
If you liked this post about coloured wood slats, you may also be interested in: