Siberian Larch Anti-slip Decking FSC 2.1 - 6 m Long

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Wood type Solid wood
Solid wood type European Softwood
Specie/material Siberian Larch
Type Anti-Slip Decking (2 Sides)


Volume 1 - 10 000 m2 (sqm) per month Convert
Width 142 mm Convert
Length 2100-6000 mm Convert
Thickness 27 mm  Convert
Quality AB
Certification FSC
The area of the West Siberian lowlands, in a broader sense, also extends into Middle Europe. In the Russian Federation alone, especially in Siberia, Larch forests occupy about 38% of the forests there. Siberian Larch grows almost from sea level up to 2250 m above sea level. It rises highest in the Altai (up to 3700 m above sea level)

Siberian Larch is one of the hardest softwood. Siberian larch decking is quite durable and sturdy. It has strong fungi resistance properties.
Larch is one of the demanded wood providing beautiful texture and long-lasting shine. It has high density, which makes it perfectly suited for external decking.
Siberian Larch decking has colour tones from pale reddish-brown to golden brown. When weathered, the colour will be a subtle grey. With tight annual rings and a planned smooth profile, straight-grained gives an attractive, contemporary look.
Larch wood decking is also favourable as it's not vulnerable to scrapes, scratches or knocks. Siberian larch decking price is also affordable.

Benefits of Siberian Larch

1. It is hard softwood, and it is durable.
2. It's naturally water and fungus resistant.
3. It requires low maintenance.
4. In a colder climate, due to a slower growth rate, larch wood is harder.
5. It has a high density.
6. It's not vulnerable to scrapes, scratches or knocks.
7. The price is affordable.

Wood density: approx. 650 kg / m3
Kiln-dried: 16-18%

If you decide to treat Siberian Larch, we recommend OSMO Terrace oils in the selected colour shade (transparent coating is not recommended due to meagre resistance to UV radiation).
If you choose not to finish the deck, sunlight and water will create a grey patina. Greying occurs due to sunlight and water. The essential component of radiation that affects the greying of wood is UV radiation. Wood molecules absorb this radiation, and when exposed to water, a grey patina forms on the surface and into the depths of the wood. This grey patina will eventually become natural protection against further exposure to UV radiation.

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Price & Conditions

Price 26,8 EUR per m2 (sqm) Convert
Incoterm EXW - ex-works (seller's), goods are at seller's place Country Czech Republic Region Prague
Delivery deadline In Stock
Sells to: Worldwide


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