What is carbonized wood
Carbonized wood refers to wood obtained by long-term pyrolysis treatment of wood at a high temperature and pressure of 190 ° C to 220 ° C. Oxygen and water isolation for long-term pyrolysis treatment. No harmful chemicals are added in the production and processing process. The nutritional components of the wood are destroyed by high temperature, and the nutrition chain necessary for wood decay is blocked. The water-absorbing function of cellulose reduces the water absorption and expansion of carbonized wood. The charred wood with high temperature treatment has outstanding texture, luxurious color and woody aroma, and is a distinguished decorative material.
Carbonized lignin is known as physical "anticorrosive wood" and is also called heat treated wood. Originating from Europe, it has a history of more than ten years. Carbonized wood has been introduced into China in the past five years. Because of its superior properties that are different from ordinary wood and more environmentally friendly, it has been favored by users.
Carbonized wood is a homogeneous carbonization treatment of the wood by applying high temperature without any chemical agent, so that the surface of the wood has a beautiful appearance of dark brown, and has the role of anti-corrosion and resistance to biological invasion. Stable, non-deformable, completely degreased and non-greasy, good thermal insulation performance, simple construction, convenient painting, n