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TECHNICAL INFORMATION

SIZES

 

Length: 3050mm

Width: 930mm

Thickness: 0.4 – 0.5mm

 

Up to 4000mm length and 1200mm width available on request (minimum 25 sheets, lead time 6 weeks)

 

Please contact us if you have a requirement for a species not shown above as we may be able to source it for you.

 

All WoodWall sheets are oversized for double cutting.

 

FINISHES

 

WoodWall is pre-finished with one coat of sanding sealer and one coat of solvent based polyurethane. Effective gloss level 5%. Installers can add additional coats of finish to increase gloss level if  desired.

 

REACTION TO LIGHT

 

All woods react to direct and indirect light, both natural and artificial (such as incandescent and fluorescent lamps). Therefore a change of the surface colour and appearance over time is a natural characteristic, not a defect. In particular, heat and humidity will interact with light to accelerate the ageing process.

FIRE

 

WoodWall achieves a Group 2S fire rating in accordance with NZBC verification method C/VM2 Appendix A.

Samples were tested in accordance with ISO 5660.1-2015 Method of test for heat and smoke release rates for materials and products using oxygen consumption calorimeter.
 

DELIVERY AND STORAGE

 

WoodWall must be delivered to the site in the Manufacturers packaging, properly identified and labelled. Material must be stored undamaged in Manufacturers packaging, maintained in a clean, dry, protected area where temperature and humidity remain stable and within the ranges specified by the manufacturer.

 

PROJECT CONDITIONS

 

Areas to receive WoodWall should be environmentally controlled by a permanent HVAC system. Maintain a temperature range of 18C – 30C with not more than 50% relative humidity, for a period of not less than 4 days prior to installation and maintained thereafter.

 

SURFACE PREPARATION

 

Surfaces to receive WoodWall shall be clean, smooth and free from defects and imperfections. Check moisture content with a moisture meter. Installation should not begin if the moisture content is over 7%. Primers may or may not be used depending upon the wall and environmental conditions.

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