We sell and treat wood in line with the best global practices


Picea Abies)

Pinho Radiata

Radiate pine
(Pinus Insigni

Pinho Silvestre

Wild pine
(Pinus Sylvestri

Outras espécies

Other species
Pinus Pinaster; Pseudotsuga menziesii; Cryptomeria japónica)

madeiras maciças

Massive wood

Massive wood remains one of the most resistant materials. As the name implies, entire wooden profiles are used without the addition of fibers, glues, or other materials.
This one dries quickly and allows for good finishes, being ideal for both indoors and outdoors. Suitable for furniture and construction, both for carpentry and structure.
Advantages of this material:
  • Multipurpose;
  • Wide variety of sections (bars, slats, planks, beams).

Glued laminated wood

Glued laminated wood has a large set of advantages compared to other materials used in structures: on average, its strength/weight ratio is 1.3 times higher than steel and 10 times higher than concrete). Thus, it is considered an excellent construction material used for advanced and demanding constructions, allowing to configure interior spaces in multiple ways.
Advantages of this material:
  • High mechanical resistance to bending, compression, traction, and cutting;
  • High dimensional stability;
  • Ecological;
  • Lightweight and evenly textured.

In addition to the sale of wood, we also carry out the respective preventive treatment:

· The autoclave wood treatment is a technological process that incorporates mechanics and chemistry, allowing the wood to be deeply impregnated with insecticide and fungicide products.

· No immersion treatment we use technology that guarantees us high productivity and efficiency at the level of the best worldwide practices, having the capacity to automatically treat beams with sections that can go up to 40cm x 120cm, based on the surface impregnation method (NP2 and NP3 ).

This treatment is used in a wide variety of woods and ensures the following risk/use classes (according to EN335-2 standard):

· Class 1 – Application in protected, dry interior;
· Class 2 – Application in sheltered interiors, occasionally humid;
· Class 3.1 – Outdoor application, above ground, protected / sheltered;
· Classe 3.2 – Outdoor application, above ground, unprotected / without shelter;
· Class 4 – Outdoor application in contact with soil and/or fresh water.