decking

decking

Andrighetti Legnami is able to offer a wide range of outdoor decking that has been tested and verified at our factory in Italy. We have chosen the best and most durable materials for outdoors, such as Iroko, completing the offer with materials from South America. This natural product combines the best technical characteristics of strength and durability, perfectly able to integrate into any environment whilst preserving its characteristics and aesthetics in all conditions.

  • VARIOUS SIZES AVAILABLE
  • ONE RIBBED AND ONE SMOOTH SIDE
  • DIFFERENT QUALITIES

IROKO

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Dark straw-yellow in colour, it tends to easily oxidise, assuming a uniform greyish-brown hue. This wood offers good stability against temperature changes and has a very low shrinkage percentage.
Being very resistant to contact with water and consequently to moisture, it does not require specific treatment nor frequent maintenance.

  • TRACEABILITY in compliance with E.N. standards.
  • Class 3 standards – moderately permeable
  • CLASS OF USE defined by natural hardness
  • Class 2 – under cover or only occasional weather contact (humidity possible)
family Moraceae
botanical name Clorophora Excelsa
trade name Iroko, Kambala Abanga
origin Africa
spec. weight average 680 kg/mc

IPE’

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

It bears shades of colour ranging from brown to olive green and reddish, with lighter and darker streaks. The wood is rather oily and has a very high inner density. A typical feature of Ipe is the varying shades of colour that, once laid, offer a nice additional natural effect. As with all woods, the sun’s rays tend to render the colour uniform over time, assuming hues tending towards grey. This essence is greatly appreciated for its extraordinary strength and flexibility, which guarantee a performance in line with the highest standards for any outdoor use.

  • TRACEABILITY in compliance with E.N. standards
  • Class 4 standards – non-permeable
  • CLASS OF USE defined by natural hardness
  • Class 4 – in contact with soil and non-stagnant water
family Bignoniaceae
botanical name Tabebuia spp
trade name Ipe, Ipe Lapacho
origin South America
spec. weight average 900 kg/mc