Residential Project, Norway

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Residential Project, Norway

This residential development in Norway used charred and brushed spruce cladding panels with a fire retardant applied in a pressurized chamber which gave the cladding a Class 0 (British Standards) fire certification which is the highest Euroclass for combustible materials.

The cladding boards were first charred before being brushed to accentuate the graining of the wood. Then the boards were treated with Ultra-TW fire retardant. Ultra-TW has Euroclass B-s1, d0. This is the highest possible fire retardancy class for wood.

Product: Charred and brushed spruce cladding

Photo: Tunkvartalet

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