Press and Publications about Westwood Thermo-Process
Builders Products Digest (2008)
The article is about the installations of Westwood kilns in the US Lumber companies - Keim Lumber (OH), Bingaman Lumber (PA), and about the first steps of thermo-modification on the American market.
The first steps of thermo-modification technology in the US market compared to the well-developed industry in Europe at that time.
The article is about thermo-modification technology, properties of thermally modified wood, and one of the first installations of Westwood thermo chamber at Bingaman Lumber facility.
The overview of the thermo-modification process and the comparison of how thermally modified wood stacks up against other outdoor materials.
The experience to make the bench from thermally modified poplar compared to non-treated wood.
Professional Deck Builder (2015)
How made thermo-treated wood decks, workability, pros and cons for thermally-modified decking compared to the other decking solutions on the American market.
American Hardwood Export Council (2015)
The Mucem Marseille Museum in France used thermally modified under Westwood technology Ash to cover a significant outdoor space.
The article describes the opportunity to use thermally modified wood siding as a better alternative to other siding solutions on the American market.
Forest Products Management Development Institute (2017) - University of Minnesota
Professional Consumer Perceptions of Thermally-Modified Wood research, performed by the University of Minnesota shows the recognition of thermally-modified products in the US market after 10 years of presence on the market.
The spectrum of thermally-modified wood products includes decking, siding, flooring, etc, which now can be purchased online.