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LINKWOOD™ is the next generation of timber products

Process

With substantial investment in joining and moulding technology, and significant stocks of sustainably sourced timber on site we utilise this technology, to recover and add value to timber that is destined for low value use and transform it into high value, durable timber products. This process allows the recovery of a greater amount of timber from each tree to be used for high grade products.

Sourced directly from Australian sawmills. We work with sawmills seeking their lower value boards, to reclaim value by offering a higher return to the mill than the shorts were destined to give.

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These boards are then ‘gauged’ or skip dressed to a uniform size to allow for grading and colour sorting. Split ends are docked off, if needed, and the individual boards are joined into the required lengths. This is an Engineered Set Length.

The Engineered Set Lengths are machined to the required profile – decking, cladding, lining, screens, joinery, structural timber sizes, mouldings, trims.

Factory applied pre-coats, anti-stain, treatments and primers. Full timber surface coating by Vacuum, Flood or Spray coats. Selected surface coating by spray or brush systems. Specialist pre-coats – Fire Resistance/Flame Retardant, Termites, tannin/stain seal, preserves, oils.

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Sustainability

Linkwood aims to provide a connection between the forest and the end user - that delivers higher returns to producers, material and installation benefits to the installer, a high quality product at a competitive price to the consumer, and a sustainable, responsible design option for timber products.

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Durable Hardwoods

LinkWood is manufactured from durable Australian Hardwoods, Silvertop Ash, Blackbutt, Stringybarks, Ironbark, Durable Reds and Cypress. Also available Messmate, Chestnut, Victorian Ash, Tasmanian Oak, mixed hardwoods.

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LinkWood Protect

LinkWood Protect is based on the fact that pigment in timber finishes will protect the timber better, will maintain appearance and design colour longer, and will be easier to maintain than traditional clear coats and finishes.

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