FROM RECYCLED WOOD TO FINAL PRODUCT

SOURCES OF RECYCLED WOOD
DECONSTRUCTION
COLLECTED MATERIAL
WOODWORKING PROCESS
AIR DRYING AND STORAGE
FINAL PRODUCT
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  1. SOURCES OF RECYCLED WOOD – wood come from older houses, barns, farmhouses, warehouses and factories. Much of the recycled wood is from 50 years old and over 100 years old.
  2. DECONSTRUCTION – is a process that dismantles buildings piece by piece in order to separate appropriate materials to the proper recycling depots. The selective dismantling of a structure can save up to 85 percent of materials for reuse.
  3. COLLECTED MATERIAL – all wood parts is immediately sorted according to species and grade.
  4. WOODWORKING PROCESS – incoming wood must be scanned for nails, other metal elements and undesirable traits, such as severe gouges. Scanning might be the most time part of wood reclamation. Wood storage reduces potential deformations, cracks and color changes.
  5. AIR DRYING AND STORAGE after scanning is completed, recycled wood is stored for air drying. Some woods, such as beams and timbers may be sawn to common specifications before storing.
  6. FINAL PRODUCT – we provide the best quality of products to you!

TEAK WALL PRODUCING PROCESS (INDONESIA):

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