Finnish Whitewood provides the ultimate clean timber interior, with pale colour and consistent grain.
Finnish Whitewood is the lightest of all Tilling architectural products. This timber’s fine, even grain and delicate blonde colour convey the understated elegance and raw beauty of Scandinavian styling.
Tilling Finnish Whitewood linings have a reputation for quality, using only Nordic Soft Wood Grade A raw material, which is the highest grade available. Natural colour rones range from creamy white or pale yellow, with darker summerwood growth rings. Its texture is relatively fine and the grain is usually straight. Finish Whitewood’s blonde tone accepts most stains readily.
V-Joint profile flawlessly coated with three layers of clear UV cured
- Species: Pinus sylvestris Product
- Grade: Nordic Soft Wood Grade A, possible wane on
- Acoustic: Rw+Ctr = 22
- Product samples are available on request.
Provides a subtle shadow between boards. Boards have a dressed face and are available either uncoated or pre-finished (PF) with three coats of UV cured
Sleek and minimalist, this refined lining has a slim 5mm shadow line between boards, compatible with expressed join detailing within the home. Boards have a dressed face and are available uncoated, ready to stain.
Timber is a unique material – one made by nature, not by man. Much of timbers’ warmth and beauty is derived from its distinctive appearance, and specific characteristics naturally developed during the growth cycle. Because it has a cellular structure, even kiln seasoned timber will respond slightly, exhibiting minor dimensional movement, over Australia’s diverse range of seasonal climatic conditions.
In order to ensure a satisfactory installation of Tilling Timber interior lining, the following points should be observed.
Storing on site
All Tilling Timber interior linings are kiln seasoned to an “Equilibrium Moisture Content” not greater than 15% and no less than 8%. The lining boards are sold
To do this remove the plastic wrapping and separate the boards so that they have free air flow on both sides and leave on site for 24-48 hours before installation.
Note- Lining boards should not be unwrapped or fixed during periods of excessive dampness.
Due to the high risk of adhesion when applying polyurethane finishes in situ it is recommended that pre-finished linings are purchased. If you wish to apply polyurethane finish on site it is highly recommended that such finishes are applied PRIOR to installation.
Particular attention should be accorded to the effective sealing of end grains of boards prior to installation. Any nicks or chips caused during subsequent installation can be lightly touched up in situ.
If finishes are applied after installation then take care to brush off
Tilling Finnish Whitewood Lining is available by special order by NHS.
Sold in a bundle of 4 pieces of the same length.