WOOD SPECIES (ORIGIN)
Tectona Gradis belongs to the Verbenaceae family and grows in South-East Asia.
It has always been considered one of the finest of all timbers and is slightly oily to the touch.
With its strong distinctive smell it is one of the most durable woods, virtually immune to insect attack and very resistant to water.
Thanks to these characteristics (beauty, durability, strength and adaptability) teak is an excellent timber for the most widely varying applications.
Teak has been used in sectors such as boat building and outdoor furnishings where the variations in temperature, damp conditions and salt spray are hard for any other type of wood to withstand.
Teak is golden brown in colour, sometimes with greenish brown variegation.
The veins are generally straight with grain patterning carrying from fine to coarse.
Teak is a hard wood with outstanding resistance to weather, making it a perfect timber for damp conditions or outdoor use where it is extremely durable.
Essentia (top layer 4mm)
Brushed w/ Bevelled Edge
Planed Bevelled Edge
See the difference between surface treatments here.
Meso 90mm (w) x 580/980mm (h) x 11mm (d)
Mega 120mm (w) x 780/1480mm x 13mm (d)
Giga 140mm (w) x 1180/1980mm (h) x 13mm(d)
Tera 190mm (w) x 1480/2380mm (h) x15mm (d)
Multipla 90/12/140mm (w) x 580/1980mm (h) x15mm (d)
Prime Grade (Civita)
Feature Grade (Naturae)
What's the difference between the grades?
Used worldwide for a variety of applications including boat building and outdoor furnishings, Teak is an excellent choice for timber flooring where it combines beauty, durability and strength.
The Teak range is available on indent only with a lead-time of approximately 10-12 weeks.