Outdoor structural timber
The Timberlink Green Outdoor structural range is made for outdoor, above ground, load bearing applications such as the sub-structure of a deck or the framework of a pergola, cubby house or carport.
Structurally and visually graded, you can be assured Timberlink Green timber has the structural strength you need with a great looking smooth finish to enhance the look of your project.
LOSP Treated Outdoor Structural Timber
Timberlink Green is Low Odour. It is treated with a special Light Organic Solvent Preservative (LOSP) which has much less odour than traditional LOSP treatments.
Low odour LOSP was an Australian innovation developed by Lonza (Arxada) in collaboration with Timberlink. Our Bell Bay manufacturing facility was the first in the world to use this ground breaking treatment.
- Smooth Dressed All Round DAR finish for a modern look that’s easier to paint or stain
- Treated with Low Odour LOSP, Timberlink Green will remain straighter but has up to 30 times less odour than traditional LOSP formulations and a more natural looking finish
- Superior appearance – Machine graded for structural integrity AND visually graded for good looks
- Structurally graded in accordance with Australian Standards
Timberlink Green Range
|Sizes (mm)||70 × 35, 90 × 35, 120 × 35, 140 × 35, 190 × 35, 70 × 45, 90 × 45, 120 × 45, 140 × 45, 190 × 45, 240 × 45|
|Lengths (m)||1.8, 2.4, 2.7, 3.0, 3.6, 4.2, 4.8, 5.4, 6.0|
All sizes may not be available in all grades.
Full range may not be available in all states.
Installation and Safety Tips
All end cuts, rebates and notches must be resealed with a suitable “in-can” wood preservative such as Tanalised® Enseal Clear or Tanalised® Ecoseal.
Hot dip galvanised or stainless steel corrosion resistant fasteners, fixings and connectors are recommended for use with Timberlink Green.
Timberlink strongly recommends that all treated timber used in external applications be painted, stained or sealed with a premium quality exterior paint or timber stain to maintain optimum serviceability, appearance and dimensional stability.
Always check the label to ensure the product is suitable for use on treated timber and always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
When handling and cutting any timbers, it is advisable to wear dust masks, goggles and gloves. Do not burn treated timber or use in animal bedding or for composting purposes.