250 SQFT of reclaimed Burmese Ironwood with a water base coating. Micro-beveled.
Thickness: 15mm (.59”)
Width: 110mm (4.3”)
One of the best-kept secrets in building today is Burmese Ironwood (Xylia xylocarpa). Ironwood is a darker, heavier, stronger wood than teak. It has a hardness rating of approximately 2150.
Burmese Ironwood is the timber that built the British colonial infrastructure in Burma 1824-1948. This salvaged ironwood is was reclaimed from a warehouse circa 1932 in Rangoon.
There is only one way to make buying reclaimed, salvaged old growth ironwood more sustainable- buy it engineered. All of the textures, colors and patina shown on this website can be customized milled into engineered flooring. Techtona’s engineered flooring typically comes in ¾” total thicknesses with 4.8mm wear layers of reclaimed ironwood. Paneling and siding is typically sold in 9/16” total thickness with 2.5mm wear layers of reclaimed ironwood. When reviewing the samples below keep in mind that all can be purchased as customized engineered orders.
Standard Engineered Specifications:
Wear layers: 3.5mm-4.8mm • Thickness: 3/4” • Widths: 3.5”-8”
Techtona provided recycled teak for the counters & benches for Fairleigh Dickinson University’s new pedestrian bridge. The product is high quality, reasonably priced and arrived on schedule. Extremely durable, sustainable and beautiful!
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s
I’m a furniture designer and work for an architecture firm. I’ve sourced reclaimed teak from Techtona for projects at work and for my own studio practice. I used their teak for a large exterior site bench and was struck by the quality of the
Supplied reclaimed teak from Burma for a project in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Everything was shipped on time and very well organized and packed. There was no damage to the merchandise.
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