Origin / Location of manufacturing / Processing plant
Basque Country, Spain
Application and typical uses of the product
Used to build slabs in all types of buildings and construction. Ideal for floors, roofs and modular construction. The lower side of the panel (ceiling) can be left exposed for a natural appearance
Breakdown of Product
Timber boards (usually Radiata Pine or European Spruce), formaldehyde free glue & wood fibre (insulation material).
Thermal conductivity (k) W/m°C or Thermal transmittance (U-value) - W/m2°C (If applicable)
Variable, depending on the type of insulation material & total thickness of the panel. Typical transmittance values: 0.16 - 0.31 W/(m2·k)
Is the resource Renewable or Finite?
Does the material need to be processed further or treated by the user
For exposed applications: fire retardants (if applicable) or cosmetic treatments (e.g. paint, stain, etc.). Top side (floor) must be covered with hard material for protection (vinyl, concrete, timber flooring)
Buildability - how complex is installation? What skill level is required?
Skilled & experienced workforce required. Typically 3 members of staff required
Deconstruction and Re-use
Panels jointed by screws (removable). Panels can be reused or recycled into biomass
Disposal/ End of Life
Panels can be reused or recycled into biomass
Types, textures, specifications and colours currently available
Various thicknesses available depending on requirement. Range of finishes and preservative treatments available. Available species (Pinus Insignis or Radiata Pine, Picea Abies or European Spruce, Larch, Oak)
Eneko Zaldibar – United Kingdom Rep
36 St Mary’s street EH1 1SX Edinburgh
Lifespan of materials if maintained correctly (years)
Availability - how easy is it to source the material