fine linear structure, quarter sawn
For Takamatsu, the wood is sawn on the annual rings (quarter/false quarter). This way of sawing gives Takamatsu its special, fine linear structure and a classic, modest appearance. After careful charring in our oven, the wood is brushed and treated.
Takamatsu is made from the Douglas fir; a type of wood originating from FSC® certified European forests. The presence of knots in the wood makes it more characteristic and are visible in the charred layer. During the charring process, knots up to 2 cm in size can fall out. This gives it an extra irregular effect.
! Would you like to order a Takamatsu sample? Please contact us. Takamatsu is not a standard sample in the exterior sample box.
Type of wood
Origin of wood
Interior and facade cladding
Bito Black (Teknos)
D – B after impregnation (European standard - EN13501)
Up to 5000 mm
23 mm up to 40 mm
60 mm up to 150 mm
Stainless steel screws with a black head