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Spigogroup’s Spigoline brand A+ wood slat cladding

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Spigogroup manufactures, and markets A+ wood slat cladding under its brand name, Spigoline. What does this label mean? What advantages does it offer? A+ is a widely-used, volatile substances emission or air quality label. It is commonly found in France, and guarantees that Spigoline solid obeche wood slats do not emit significant amounts of harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, toluene, xylene, styrene, tetrachloroethylene, ethylbenzene, butoxyethanol, trimethylbenzene and dichlorobenzene. All products in the Spigoline catalogue have an A+ rating, the highest certification for indoor air quality, according to UNE-EN ISO 16000. This eco-label is very important, as it certifies that a product, such as Spigoline solid wood slat cladding, has passed the strictest VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) emission tests according to the ISO 16000 standard, and assures that a product is safe and its use does not pose any health or environmental hazard. These certifications, together with the installation safety offered by a material as light and easy to machine as obeche wood, make Spigoline wood slat cladding the ideal choice for any project that wants to enjoy the elegance and warmth of wood while ensuring a healthy and wholesome environment. In addition, Spigoline employs obeche wood from regulated, sustainable plantations that guarantee an environmentally-friendly source. Finally, choosing Spigoline with an A+ label can also help achieve sustainable building certificates such as BREEAM, LEED, WELL and Passivhaus.         If you liked this post about A+ wood slat cladding, you may also be interested in:   - FSC/PEFC wood acoustic panels: Why are they more environmentally-friendly? - How to quickly and easily get the price of any acoustic panels and wood cladding you may need - What is the fire performance of Spigogroup’s B-s1-d0 wood acoustic panels? - Wood acoustic panels combined with rock wool – Sound Absorption Data    

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