Pentarch Forestry’s Oberon Mill supplies a range of Treated and Untreated structural framing products, each is clearly stamped to indicate timber grade AS1604.1. Only timber which is kiln-dried, accurately gauged and machine stress graded to ensure dimensionally stable and structurally reliable earns this stamp.
A key Pentarch Forestry™ policy is to only source timber from sustainably managed forests. It means that only timber products which are both Responsible Wood (RW/1-31-217) and PEFC (PEFC/21-31-217) Chain of Custody certified (AS 4707-2021) are used at our mills. It gives us and our customers peace of mind that our timber meets strict environmental controls.
Wooden structures south of the tropic of Capricorn are prone to termite infestation and to mitigate this threat, Pentarch Forestry™ offers structural framing products treated with Blue H2-F. When used in combination with ground-level termite protection, Blue framing provides a highly effective and long-term protection against termites. Koppers Chemicals, which manufactures Blue H2-F, provides a 25-year warranty against termites for timber treated with the product, easily identified by the blue dye used in the treatment process.
This provides protected and durable structural timber suitable for above-ground, dry, protected building applications (not subject to weather or dampness) such as wall-frames, trusses, and subfloor construction. Blue H2-F is applied to the pine framing at our state-of-the-art on-site timber treatment facility, a process which has been thoroughly tested in Australian conditions and is approved under the Australian Standards.
70mm x 35mm
70mm x 45mm
90mm x 35mm
90mm x 45mm
2.4m – 6.0m (increments of 300mm)
If you require any assistance with project specifying, samples or detailed information to suit your project, please contact our architectural team below.
QLD & NSW Northern Rivers
07 3215 2200
NSW & ACT
02 9735 5500
VIC & TAS
03 9790 1790
SA & NT
08 8243 1122
We also offer free CPD Presentations and Production Training Sessions.
Ask the team for more information.