Dimensions  19 x 145, 26 x 69, 20 x 90, 20 x 90/145, 20 x 140/145 mm 
Profile Rhombus, Classic/Board
Origin Russia
Wood density 650 kg / m3
Kiln-dried 16-18%

Benefits of Siberian Larch:

  • Excellent ability to withstand outdoor weather conditions.
  • Larch is uncomplicated and easy to care for.
  • It is not necessary to impregnate the wood.
  • On facades, it can be used alternatively without surface treatment (grey platinum or with surface treatment preferably with oil paints).
  • The Larch is one of the hardest woods among the softwoods
  • Larch is diverse in its appearance.
  • It is naturally waterproof.

Siberian Larch Origin:

The area of ​​the West Siberian lowlands, in a broader sense, also extends into St. Of Europe. In the Russian Federation alone, mainly in Siberia, blue forests account for about 38% of the woods. Siberian Larch grows almost from sea level up to 2250 m above sea level. It rises highest in the Altai (up to 3700 m above sea level)

Siberian Larch Description:

Siberian Larch is one of the most valuable and durable species among coniferous wood species.
Siberian Larch is becoming increasingly popular. It is loaded with style, design, durability, strength and high quality.
Thanks to the density of Siberian Larch and the high content of tar and resin, Siberian Larch is very resistant even without treatment. In fact, it is one of the trees with the best weather characteristics.
Its resin repels water as a natural impregnation and protects wood from fungal attack. Due to slow growth in cold regions, Siberian Larch is harder than Czech Larch.

Siberian Larch Recommendation:

Larch facade wood is susceptible to iron, and to prevent rust, we recommend stainless steel fasteners. Because Larch tends to cleft, all attachment points should be pre-drilled.

Siberian Larch Finishing:

you decide to treat the wood from Siberian Larch on the facade with paint to preserve the wood without the typical gray patina, which will appear on the wood without treatment on Siberian larch wood within one year after exposure. In that case, we recommend using OSMO paint based on natural oils and waxes. If a colorless wood treatment is required, use the OSMO UV Colorless Protective Oil product.
If you want to protect the Siberian Larch cladding and at the same time preserve its naturalness as much as possible, use a lightly pigmented coating in the selected shade OSMO UV Protective color oil Extra with six color shades.
If you want to preserve the wood's structure and felting but a higher degree of pigmentation, we recommend the OSMO Protective Oil Stain with eighteen color shades.

19x145 Classic  
26 x 69, 20 x 90 Rhombus  
20 x 90/145, 20 x 140/145