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Brimstone poplar external cladding is an innovative and entirely natural timber product ideally suited to both commercial and residential properties.
Drawn exclusively from woodlands across England and Wales, Brimstone is the first and only thermally modified wood produced from locally grown trees. In addition, being a fast growing plantation species, poplar is an easily renewable raw material and a very efficient carbon store.
Brimstone poplar is produced by heating British grown poplar to 215 degrees in a controlled atmosphere. The extreme heat alters the cell structure of the wood, removing moisture, extractives and cellulose. This natural, toxin-free method results in natural wood that is very durable, stable and consistent.
The appearance of Brimstone poplar is dark brown with a silky grain and relatively few knots, well suited to contemporary facades where clean, straight lines are required. If left uncoated Brimstone poplar will weather naturally to a grey patina or alternatively it is possible to coat the product with an oil based UV resistant coating to maintain a brown colour.
Brimstone poplar is classed as very durable (Class 1 EN 350-2) offering a locally grown alternative to Canadian cedar and other durable old growth timber species.
Available as vertical timber cladding, horizontally timber cladding, profiled cladding and sawn cladding. Profiles available include shiplap, halflap, tongue and groove, matchboard and square edge. Cladding profiles can be both face fixed or secret nailed. Bespoke cladding profiles are available.
All Brimstone products are derived from well-managed British woodland. GIB certified.
||BS EN 14915:2013, BS 8605-1:2014, BS 1186-3 1990 class 1, EN 942:2007 J20, EN 14915, EN 350-2, BS 8417, CE compliant|
||Consistant dark chocolate brown colouring|
||British grown poplar|
||Thermally modified poplar cladding for external application|
||60 years when ocasionally wet, 30 years when frequently wet|
||Durable, stable, consistent weathering, grown in Britain|
||BS1186-3 Class 1, EN942:2007 J20: clean with a few small sound knots|
||12/31/1900 11:59:59 PM|
||Brimstone Poplar Cladding|
||All machined cladding profiles|
||20 x 70 mm|
||GIB certified, from well managed British woodlands|
||12/31/1900 11:59:59 PM|
||Brimstone wood, brimstone cladding, cladding, weatherboard, timber cladding, exterior cladding, modified timber cladding, hardwood cladding, thermally modified wood|
||Stainless steel (SS) nails, face fix with 1 x 50 mm SS ringshank nail per batten or secret fix with 1 x 40 mm SS ringshank nail per batten (selected profiles) or second fix nail gun 2 x 50 mm SS brad nails per batten into face at opposing angles|
||Thermally modified wood is resistant to insect attack when used above ground contact|
||Random 1500 - 3000 mm +|
||2ȓ4% (moisture content is stable in exterior conditions)|
||Class 1 (EN350-2) Tested EPH Dresden 2018|
||Halflap (VHL1, VHK2, VHL3, VHL4, VHL5, VHL6, VHL7), Tongue and Groove with v-joing (VTG1, VTG2, VTG3, VTG4, VTG5, VTG5A, VTG6), Shiplap (VSL1, VSL2, VSL3), Splayed (VSP1)|
||EN942:2007 - J20, clean with occasional small sound knots|
||Euroclass F (untested)|
||More consistent than natural wood due to lack of extractives|
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