The Briggs eco-certTM veneer range is now available in more than fifty veneers, ranging in colour from whites and creams to near-black, in Crown- and Quarter-cut grains.
August 20th, 2010
The Briggs eco-cert natural timber veneer range includes FSC certified Anegre, European Birch, Wenge, Palisander, Sapele, Rift Oak, Rock Maple, New Zealand Silver Beech, Red Heart Gum, White Sycamore, White Ash, European Oak and American Walnut.
Also available are the eco-cert AFS certified Australian veneers, including Tasmanian Blackwood, Southern Blue Gum, Stringybark, Tasmanian Ash and Tasmanian Oak.
Additionally the TrueGrainTM reconstructed veneer range now includes more than ten FSC veneers, including Black Onyx, Mocha, HoneySuckle, Limewood, WinterWhite and Bamboo.
All able to contribute to Green Star Timber points, eco-cert and TrueGrain FSC/AFS veneers bring sustainability and beauty together in Australia’s most comprehensive range of certified veneers.
Additionally, eco-certTM and TrueGrainTM veneers can be specified reach the Fire Hazard Group numbers required for fire retardancy under the BCA. Simply specify the substrate as Briggs FLAMEBOCKTM FRMDF and the resultant product is fully covered by our Fire Certificates.
See the Briggs web-site for all our certificates – including FSC/AFS Chain of Custody and Fire Hazard Group number certificates.
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