Abachi - The palm tree has a porous structure that grows in the tropics. It has a low density that prevents the wood from heating up, even at the highest temperatures in the sauna room. When the sauna temperature rises, the abachi wood takes on the air temperature, but as soon as you touch the wood, it immediately takes on the human body temperature. The wood is smooth, resin-free, quite soft, moisture-resistant, easy to process, usually creamy to slightly yellow.
The aspen liner is widely used to decorate saunas due to its low density, lack of resin and small twigs. Useful examples of the aspen illustrate the high tannin content, which not only significantly reduces the wood's ability to rot in a humid environment, but also gives it a particularly incredible odor. The aspen lining does not crack, is easy to process and works well in humid conditions.
Linden is one of the most famous trees. When heated, lime tree produces a pleasant smell and some essential oils, which have bactericidal and anti-inflammatory properties, help prevent frostbite and eliminate its symptoms. High humidity helps to maintain and improve the properties of lime wood, making it an ideal material for sauna. The use of lime wood to decorate saunas also justifies this whole complex of useful properties of wood: a relaxing and restorative effect, creates positive energy. The wood has a pleasant light color that does not change even after a long time. It should be noted that the tree has a homogeneous structure and branches are rarely found, which significantly increases the value of linden.
The Ash is the most valuable deciduous tree. The lining of the Ash wood is very durable. The Ash tree is strong and dense and resembles an oak tree. The texture of the wood is expressive and bright, which is why it is often used in interior decoration, for making moldings and sauna walls.
Alder wood is very popular when building a sauna or a guest house. The reason is very low thermal conductivity, the strength that allows the use of alder wood in wood design. In addition to finished alder, absorbs very little moisture. The combination of these properties and durability makes alder wood the best way to build a sauna. There is another feature that distinguishes alder finishing from other methods. Lepal has an unusual color, like wood painted with coffee. Due to humidity and temperature, the wood can change color and acquire a different shade, so the sauna, finished with alder, looks impressive.
The main characteristics of Canadian Red Cedar - durability, excellent odor, natural resistance to decay and insects, geometric stability and high insulating ability - have a very wide range of applications. It is recommended to use for interior decoration of houses and saunas.
Heat-treated wood absorbs water significantly more slowly and less under the same humidity conditions, and its shrinkage becomes minimal and more resistant to the environment. Lime, abachi, alder, ash and some other wood species are most often heat treated. This material is used for finishing saunas.
Poplar is a hardwood tree very similar to aspen in its properties and appearance. They belong to the same family. The poplar, as well as aspen, does not emit tar, splinter free and does not heat up. As the material is well suited for heat treatment. Distributed throughout Europe, grows in North and Central Africa and in West Asia.
Magnolia is very similar to aspen. The main feature of this tree is a unique view. Since the magnolia tree is large enough, it can be used to produce wide and long boards.
Scandinavian spruce grown specifically as raw material for the production of decorative lining, which is widely used for the wall cladding, saunas, terraces, etc. Scandinavian spruce is processed by special technology of thermal treating. Spruce lining has a light yellow colour with lots of small knots. Spruce wood is mostly accepted to perceive as a decorative element. The main advantage of spruce lining is a durability, due to high resin content, protecting the wood from rotting.
Because of the heat treatment method, the wood during an explanation period absorbs less water under similar humidity conditions, and its shrinkage becomes minimal and increases resistance to environment. Linden, abachi, alder, ash and some other species are most often heat - treated. All this material is the most often used for finishing baths or saunas.
The usual alder after heat treatment turns into elite wood. Modern technology helps to improve the properties of wood, strengthen it and also repaint in any colour without losing natural look. Heat treatment of wood allows you to paint it all over the thickness and give the usual alder the look of an elite tree.
One of the most popular types of timber, thanks to exploitation period. Thermo pine will serve to the whole generation of your family. Thermo Pine is an excellent natural material for use in interior decoration. Pine itself is a soft timber, but after heating under the steam 190-215 °C wood gets rid of tar and extra humidity and gains strength and durability.
Thermo ash is a natural and environmental - safe material, a product of timber hot steam treatment. This procedure improves boards properties changing them on a molecular level. Processed product becomes more durable and flexible. Moisture, fungus and mold resistance being improved, what makes timber life cycle longer. Depending on the intensity of processing, thermo ash takes on colors from pale gold to dark chocolate.