CLADDING

ONEWOOD Cladding can be used as interior and exterior cladding for your feature walls and ceilings. The standard wall cladding consists of a tongue and groove profile and can be mounted onto a variety of areas. ONEWOOD Cladding comes in different thickness and sizes catered to best suit the elements. Talk to us to find out more.

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Standard Dimensions (Interior Use)
Thickness
mm
Width
mm
Groove
mm
Tongue
mm
9 140 5 5.5
12 140 5 5.5
9 280 5 5.5
Standard Dimensions (Semi Exterior / Exterior Use)
Thickness
mm
Width
mm
Groove
mm
Tongue
mm
12 140 5 5.5
15 140 5 5.5

Kindly contact us at enquiry@pacificforest.com.sg should you require customised dimensions.


Typical ONEWOOD Cladding Profile

Section – Onewood Cladding Tongue and Groove Profile

ONEWOOD Timber Cladding
Standard ONEWOOD Wall Cladding & Ceiling Cladding interfacing with ONEWOOD Flooring
Applications
  • Wall Cladding
  • Ceiling Cladding
  • Roof Eaves Cladding
ONEWOOD Cladding Properties
Termite Resistant
ONEWOOD is less susceptible to termite infestation as compared to natural timber.
Water Resistant
ONEWOOD is naturally water resistant and hence a suitable material even as outdoor decorative wall cladding.
Class 1 Surface Flame of Spread
ONEWOOD’s fiber has been impregnated with fire retardant formula giving its low flame spread property which can be considered for spaces with Class 1 fire rated requirements.
Suitable for interior
ONEWOOD has low TVOC emission. It is certified as a green product under the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) and has attained the Green Label in Singapore.
Reuse and Refurbish
ONEWOOD’s homogeneous property enables resanding to reveal a fresh layer of beautiful wood grains that can be recoated for maintenance or to achieve a new look to complement your new design.
Premium Size
ONEWOOD is available in premium dimension with minimal joints
Installation

ONEWOOD Cladding is typically installed on accompanying battens (aluminium battens / ONEWOOD battens) and cladding planks are secured through joining the tongue and groove profile of the adjacent plank.