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Yakisugi

Yakisugi () is a traditional Japanese method of wood preservationYaki means to heat with fire, and sugi is cypress. It is also referred to in the West as burnt timber cladding and available under a number of brands including Shou Sugi Ban (焼杉板) which uses the same kanji characters but a different pronunciation. The ban character means "plank".

By slightly charring the surface of the wood without combusting the whole piece, the wood becomes water-proof through the carbonisation and is thus more durable.[3] It also protects against insects, as well as making it fire retardant.

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Yakisugi Thermowood Ash

The stated price is per running meter.
€12.00
equates to €12.00 per 1 sqMeter(s)

Yakisugi Tung Oil

Easy to apply in thin layers with a brush, cloth or roller. Tung Oil naturally protects all types of wood indoors and outdoors. I recommend pure Tung Oil for outdoor use. Flexible and resistant protection. 100% natural.
€102.85
equates to €20.57 per 1 liter(s)

Yakisugi Fix

No technical data sheet currently available. This product is used when the wood can come into contact with hands. The carbon layer is hardened so that it will crumble less quickly. In addition, a water-repellent effect will also be visible. This product is transparent and matte. This is also available in a more shiny finish.
€30.00 €25.00

Sumi

Sumi: the original yakisugi
€81.00
equates to €81.00 per 1 sqMeter(s)

Yakisugi Douglas brushed

Length: 1500 mm Width: 150 mm Thickness: 18 mm
€12.00 €7.44
equates to €7.44 per 1 sqMeter(s)

Yakisugi Larch

Shou Sugi Ban | different possibilities in burning, manipulations and finishing. Discover them here...
€46.00 €35.00