Every piece of ONEWOOD can be transformed into any timber product without compromising on its structure, strength and even grain patterns.

Wood grains that look and feel just like natural timber. Each plank consists of randomised grains and knots are visible. ONEWOOD General has a resemblance with natural oak timber.

Homogeneous Property

ONEWOOD is fabricated to be homogeneous in nature. This unique feature allows ONEWOOD to have intrinsic properties through out each and every block of timber, accompanied with its distinctive yet natural wood grain patterns.

Eco-friendly & Reusable

ONEWOOD's manufacturing processes are eco-friendly. Being homogeneous, it can be refurbished and reused for other uses.


ONEWOOD is made using natural fibers from fast growing plantation trees.

Termite Resistant

ONEWOOD is less susceptible to termite infestation as compared to natural timber.

Perfect for Coating

ONEWOOD is compatible with Standard Polyurathane Coating (PU), Ultra-violet Curable Coating (UV) and Oil-based finishes.

Easily Processed

ONEWOOD can be processed through the use of conventional wood working equipment.

High Durability and Dimensional Stability

ONEWOOD undergoes high pressure and high temperature processes which allows it to be structurally stable. ONEWOOD has achieved Durability Class 11 under EN 113-2 (2020) and EN 350 (2016).

Strong Structure

ONEWOOD has properties equivalent or better than tropical hardwood.

Low Flame Spread

ONEWOOD's fiber has been impregnated with fire retardant chemicals giving it its low flame spread property. ONEWOOD can achieve the following test standards:
Fire Test Standard Result
BS 476 Part 7 Class 1 Surface Spread of Flame
BS EN 13501-1:2007 Class B-s1, d0
BS EN 13501-1:2018 (Floor) Class Bfl-s1
*ONEWOOD with specifications to the above test standards are available upon request.

Water Resistant

ONEWOOD is naturally water resistant and is suitable for bathroom and kitchen area usage.
*ONEWOOD Appendix with specific details of the properties above is available on request.
1Durability Class 1 is the highest durability class awarded for timber products under EN 113-2 (2020) and EN 350 (2016).
Product Specifications

Tested according to ASTM D 1037 standards for evaluating properties of wood-based fiber, ONEWOOD can be placed on par with natural tropical hardwoods like Balau, Chengal, Teak and Ironwood.

Density 56.2 - 62.4 lbs/ft3 900 - 1000 kg/m3
Maximum Crushing Strength 10,297 psi 71.0 MPa
Shear Strength 967 psi 6.7 MPa
Work to Maximum Load 7.72 lbf in/in3 0.05 N mm/mm3
Janka Hardness 1,583 lbf 7,042 N
Bending Strength (MOR) 13,714 psi 94,557 kPa
Strength Retention after Aging 101.5% 101.5%
Modulus of Elasticity (MOE) 1,989,797 psi 13,719,167 kPa
Face 646 lbf 2,875 N
Edge Perpendicular to Long Side 672 lbf 2,991 N
Edge Parallel to Long Side 513 lbf 2,284 N
Length Expansion 0.07% 0.07%
Width Expansion 0.204% 0.204%
Thickness Swell 0.373% 0.373%
Additional Product Specifications

Tested in accordance with European Standard DIN EN 408 (Timber structures - Structural timber and glued laminated timber - Determination of some physical and mechanical properties) and DIN EN 13183-1 (Moisture content of a piece of sawn timber)

PROPERTY RESULTS (Average) (Minimum/Maximum)
Moisture Content 9.50% 10.1% (max.)
Bending Strength (Flatwise) 90.6 N/mm2 66.0 N/mm2 (min.)
Bending Strength (Edgewise) 98.1 N/mm2 91.1 N/mm2 (min.)
Bending E-module (Flatwise) 19,700 N/mm2 16,600 N/mm2 (min.)
Bending E-module (Edgewise) 18,700 N/mm2 17,000 N/mm2 (min.)
Compressive Strength 82.0 N/mm2 72.7 N/mm2 (min.)
Compressive E-module 14,700 N/mm2 13,500 N/mm2 (min.)
Tensile Strength 83.2 N/mm2 64.8 N/mm2 (min.)
Tensile E-module 15,800 N/mm2 15,300 N/mm2 (min.)
Shear Strength 7.9 N/mm2 6.0 N/mm2 (min.)
Shear E-module 510 N/mm2 400 N/mm2 (min.)
Formaldehyde Emission** 0.1 mg HCHO/(m2h)  
**According to DIN EN ISO 12460-3, the product falls well below specified value of 3.5 mg/(m2h) based on DIBt Guideline 100.
Tonality and Grain Variation

ONEWOOD is constituted of majority natural wood fiber. Its high natural fiber content result in tonality differences within each piece, and between different pieces of ONEWOOD. The grains of ONEWOOD defer in every piece / batch and they are homogeneous just like natural timber.

Oxidation may occur slowly over time and slightly darken the colour of ONEWOOD. There will be slight tonality difference between new pieces or freshly sanded down ONEWOOD in comparison with existing pieces of ONEWOOD.

Outdoor Weathering

ONEWOOD weathers naturally outdoors similar to natural timber due to its high natural wood fiber content. The surface of ONEWOOD turns into an elegant aging grey patina when exposed outdoors. Other typical characteristics of outdoor weathering includes surface checks. These features do not compromise the strength, durability and performance of ONEWOOD.

The rate of weathering effects on ONEWOOD varies depending on the amount of exposure to the elements such as UV rays and rain / moisture. Typically, under full exposure to sun and rain weathers ONEWOOD faster as compared to partially sheltered areas. When preferred, application of exterior coating on ONEWOOD’s surface can delay the effects of outdoor weathering.


ONEWOOD can be easily sanded down to reveal a fresh layer of timber. The natural wood grains will still be visible after sanding down due to its homogeneous nature. After sanding, other treatments such as coating can be done if desired.