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Our Tasmanian resources allow us to produce boards of exceptional appearance.

Our Tarpeena mill has the world's longest Counter Flow Kiln.

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Tarpeena, South Australia

Decking and Screening

Cost effective, durable and versatile.
​​Timberlink Australian pine decking and screening is cost effective, durable and versatile - the ideal choice for your next outdoor project. Available in Tasmania and Western Australia only.​​

  • Made in our Australian mills from sustainable plantation pine.
  • Treated to H3, it is suitable for outdoor above ground applications.
  • Cost effective.
  • Smooth finish, ready for staining, painting or oiling.
  • Treated with Tanalith E, suitable for use in applications coming into direct human contact.

Bearers and Joists

Timberlink Green bearers and joists are recommended to provide a durable stable platform for your deck. We recommend leaving a 5mm gap between each decking board if you are laying dry decking but no gap between boards if you are laying wet decking. Note WET decking is sold wet which means it hasn’t been redried after treatment whereas DRY decking has been redried.

Range

Sizes (mm)
Lengths (m)
70×22 (smooth both faces), 90×22 (smooth on front side, rippled on reverse)
 2.4, 3.0, 3.6, 4.2, 4.8, 5.4, 6.0
Note; Sizes and lengths may vary at sites.

Fixings, Finishings and Resealing

Corrosion resistant galvanised decking nails or decking screws should be used. Stainless steel fixings should be used in harsh environments.

It is strongly recommended that deckings be painted, stained or sealed to maintain optimum serviceability, appearance and dimensional stability.

Where treated wood products are cut, notched, drilled or rebated, the exposed areas must be coated with a suitable resealing product.

Safety and Handling

When handling and cutting any timbers, it is advisable to wear dust mask, goggles and gloves.
​Do not burn treated timber.

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Decking Product Guide
SDS - Tan E Treated Decking