The new kiln, which features the latest control systems, is produced to the highest environmental standards and creates minimal emissions to air.This image shows the new thermal modification kiln under construction.
Abodo’s focus is to continue to develop thermally modified radiata pine products, produced from the highest grade “clear wood”.
Suitable as an alternative to Western Red Cedar, thermally modified timber is stable, and naturally durable.
Abodo will channel some of new volume into building a supply base for Vulcan Cladding, a popular, vertical grain cladding that features a vertical grain pattern for added stability.
Finished correctly, the added stability of Vulcan cladding means it can be used with dark colours, including black.
Get in touch with Abodo to express your interest in thermally modified radiata pine.
Abodo’s Alpine Eco Villas at Cardrona have achieved Homestar 7 certification from the New Zealand Green Building Council.
Abodo are pleased to announce the appointment of Corell as an architectural specification partner in Ireland, specialising in the feature timber market.
Abodo are pleased to announce the appointment of Russwood as an architectural specification partner in the UK, specialising in the feature timber market.
Featuring Abodo Vulcan cladding, battens and interior panelling, this new showcase in partnership with Selah Homes provides a quintessential, in-situ example of our eco-timber products.