Custom Made Teak Outdoor Decking

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$5.55 - $8.88 / Square Feet | 300 Square Foot/Square Feet (Min. Order)
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Place of Origin:
Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
C&L
Model Number:
CL-HD-k
Usage:
Outdoor
Wood Flooring Type:
Teak decking
Grade:
Selected/better(AB)
Finish:
Unfinished
Joint:
S4S
Condition:
KD
Janka Hardness:
1155 psi
Density:
0.65-0.75 g/cm3
Color:
Natural Golden
Function:
Super weathering resistance
Installation:
Nail Down
Type:
Wood Flooring
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
5000 Square Foot/Square Feet per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Standard Exporting Cartons
Port
Foshan
Lead Time :
Shipped in 15 days after payment

Teak solid wood Decking:

 

 

 

 

I . THE TEAK DECKING WOOD MATERIAL

 

 

The Teak Tree, or Tectona, is one of the tropical hardwood birches, included in the family Verbenaceae. This tree is originally from the plantations of South East Asia, and can grow to a height of 30 - 40 m. As part of its life cycle, this tree sheds its leaves every year at dry season. Its longevity is very great, the Teak tree often living to an age of 100 years. Teak is especially noted for its capacity to withstand changes in the weather and season. One of the reasons for this is the ability of the Teak to bend, but not break, in the face of high winds.

Also, the Teak tree resin typically has an oil in its Galih (Cambium/heartwood) that is highly water resistant. This content alone can protect the Teak from decay, insects, and bacteria. At the same time, the combination of unique Teak tree content and thick fibers make it easier to cut and then later sculpt into pleasing forms. Because of this special characteristic, not found in other trees, there has always been interest in using Teak wood for various types of furniture. The teak trees found in South-East Asia forests reach a height of up to 150 feet, have reddish-green leaves with rough skin, and heartwood that is brown to dark gold in color. Of the main teak producers in the area, Indonesia, India, Myanmar, Philippine, and Malaysia, Indonesia's teak is considered of the highest quality in the world.

 

II. TECHNICAL DETAIL

 

Density: 0.65-0.75g/cm3

Janka Hardness: 1155 psi

Natural Oil & Insect Decay resistance: Very strong with durability above 50 years

Grade: Prefinished Clear/Usage: Flooring/Condition: KD

Photosensitivity: Teak will become light brown from Freshly cut Golden exposing in sunlight

 

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