Moso Bamboo Outdoor Collection
Product Name
Moso Bamboo Outdoor Collection
Manufacturer
MOSO Bamboo Products
Outdoor flooring
Decking
Material
Wood
Technical characteristics
FSC-certified
Use
Residential
Commercial

BIM & CAD Files

MOSO has developed a unique thermal treatment and compression process to alter the hardness, dimensional stability, fire safety and durability of its bamboo boards to a level superior to the best tropical hardwood species. Because of the high stability the decking boards come standard with headside tongue and groove, even for the widest boards (178 mm), and they can be mounted on the wall / terrace with very low tolerations (no dilatation seams between headsides necessary). Because the decking and cladding boards are made with the some process there is now a solution possible in the same colour for a continuous look from terrace to exterior wall. 


Technical characteristics decking boards:

• Density: +/- 1200 kg/m3

• Dimensional stability: length: + 0.1 %; width + 0.9% (24 hours in water 20°C)

• Resistance to Indentation - Brinell Hardness: = 9.5 kg/mm2 (EN 1534)

• Reaction to fire: Class Bfl-s1 (EN 13501-1)

• Slip resistance: USRV 37 (Dry), USRV 29 (Wet) (CEN/TS 15676) / R 11 (Dry), R 10 (Wet) (DIN 51130)

• Modulus of Elasticity: 10737 N/mm2 (EN 408)

• Breaking strength: 50.30 N/mm2 (EN 408)

• Biological durability:

Class 1 (EN350 / ENV807), simulated graveyard test

Class 1 (EN 350 / EN 113)

• Effectiveness against Blue Stain: Class 0 (EN 152)

• Use Class: Class 4 (EN 335)

• FSC®: Products available with FSC® certification on request.

• Contribution LEED BD+C - v4: MR1, MR2, MR3 (FSC®)

v2009: MR 6, MR 7 (FSC®)

• Contribution BREEAM: MAT 1, MAT 3 (FSC®), MAT 5 (HD)


Technical characteristics cladding boards:

• Density: +/- 1200 kg/m3

• Dimensional stability: length: + 0,1 %; width: + 0,9% (24 hours in water 20°C)

• Resistance to Indentation - Brinell Hardness: = 9,5 kg/mm2 (EN 1534)

• Reaction to fire: Class B-s1-d0 (EN 13501-1)

• Biological durability:

Class 1 (EN 350 / ENV 807)

Class 1 (EN 350 / EN 113)

• Effectiveness against Blue Stain: Class 0 (EN 152)

• Use Class: Class 4 (EN 335)

• Contribution LEED BD+C - v4: MR1, MR2

v2009: MR 6

• Contribution BREEAM: MAT 1, MAT 5 (HD)


Ecological aspect

Made from rapidly renewable resource: giant bamboo (annual harvest, fast growth - no deforestation)

available with FSC certification. Application provides extra credits for LEED & BREEAM http://www.moso-bamboo.com/certification/leed-breeam

Proven CO2 neutral over full life cycle (LCA report Delft University of Technology), see also http://www.moso-bamboo.com/certification/

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