Omiyama’s hard carbon layer gives a brilliant bronze glow in the sun. The deep-charred carbon layer has a robust appearance with an irregular structure and can withstand harsh weather conditions. This makes Omiyama very suitable as a durable finish on facades. Omiyama also stands out when used indoors.
Omiyama is made of Platowood Fraké. A sustainable product (FSC) of Fraké wood, which has undergone hydrothermal modification (in brief: cooking, drying and baking). The wood is virtually faultless and there are no knots present. Characteristic for some batches are black lines and the presence of a small hole here and there (pinholes). The durability of Platowood is Class 2 (EN 350).
The fire resistance classes of Omiyama are D, S1, D0 as standard (European standard - EN13501).
Omiyama is a natural product. This means that individual planks may differ from one another.