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Kapur boards for terrace - Smooth KD, SVLK certified - 21 x 145 mm


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Exotic wood planks, ideal to build a terrace, Kapur planks are made from prestigious wood, originally from the South East Asian region, Kapur is a smooth and dense pinkish brown wood. Devoid of knots, it will enhance the contours of your terrace with charm. But that's not all! Its sturdiness and appearance make it also the perfect choice for your interior: parquet, joinery, furniture and stairs can be made with this type of wood for our greatest pleasure. Kapur planks are available in 9 different sizes to choose from. More details

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Label and Certification

  • Called KD for "kiln-dried", Kapur wood planks contain a moisture content of around 15%. Class 4, Kapur wood is untreated and is naturally rot-proof. Resistant, it supports a maximum load of up to 700 kg/m2.
  • Kapur planks are certified by the SVLK environmental label. This label guarantees the legal origin of the wood, approved by the French Ministry of Agriculture.
  • Concerning the installation, You should install them on your terrace with visible screws. All our exotic wood planks are 21 mm thick in order to comply with the DTU standard. There is nothing better than installing your terrace following the rules of the art!

Characteristics of Kapur wood boards for terrace

  • Each board is 21mm thick
  • Comply with DTU 51.4

Data sheet

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Kapur boards for terrace - Smooth KD, SVLK certified - 21 x 145 mm

ColorBrown- Pink
OriginSoutheast Asia
UseExotic wood plank for terrace
StandardKD smooth : Kiln Dried, Labeled SVLK (System Verificasi Legalitas Kayu)
ClassClass 4: can be in contact with the ground or fresh water
Density800 Kg/m3
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