Tran Duc Homes is proud to be the first entity in Southeast Asia to possess a thermally modified wood processing kiln that meets European technology standards.
Thermowood is a material treated using natural heat, temperature, and steam to enhance the technical properties of wood. Not only does thermowood not contain harmful substances, but it also boasts high stability and resistance to conditions such as termites, decay, warping, and cracking.
With its excellent adaptability to various climate conditions, Thermowood is an ideal solution for numerous interior and exterior applications. It can be observed that Thermowood is becoming a new trend in Green Architecture and Construction.
Wood Types: Ash, Pine, Iroko.
Currently, the thermal modification wood treatment method is classified into two standards, Thermo-S and Thermo-D:
Each type of thermally modified wood treatment standard has different applications in various architectural elements such as:
Wood density is an important factor affecting the quality and durability of wood products. For various types of thermally modified wood, such as Ash, Pine, and Iroko, the average density ranges from 350 to 650 kg/m3 with moisture content of only 4% to 7%. Among them, Ash has the highest density, ranging from 595 to 620 kg/m3, with corresponding moisture content of 4.3% to 6%.
These figures demonstrate that thermally modified wood types offer superior sharpness and durability compared to ordinary wood.
In addition to the thermally modified wood treatment solution, Tran Duc Homes also offers H3 H4 grade treatment solutions from New Zealand. These solutions not only make wood resistant to warping, cracking, and decay but also capable of withstanding heavy loads.