Golden Balau | Bankirai KAYU® -Golden™ Exotic Hardwood
KAYU®-Golden™ Bangkirai – is a very durable hardwood, well suited to deck construction. It is one of the most popular species in hardwood decking. With a mixture of warm colors of golden browns, light browns and pale reddish-browns, KAYU®-Golden™ offers a unique color range which will sit beautifully within a natural environment.
A carefully selected hardwood species; the result of over 30 years of extensive worldwide importing of hardwoods for the U.S. and Canadian markets.
KAYU®-Golden™ Balau | Bankirai
100% Natural and 100% Organic
KAYU®-Golden™ is typically chosen for its rich hue and subtle grain. A proven performer for decades in the most demanding applications, standing up to heavy use for high traffic areas. One of the hardest, strongest and most durable of all woods, highly resistant to decay, insects and mold. Class Spread Rating (same as concrete and steel), 100% clear grade. 100% natural and 100% organic, with no preservatives or additives, kiln dried for consistency, and always carefully inspected by Kayu exclusive graders.
KAYU®-Golden™ Hardwood Decking:
- Beautiful, warm, golden, reddish-browns, Teak Like color.
- Excellent value compared to similar hardwoods and composites.
- 100% Lacey Act and SVLK compliant.
- 25 Year Limited Warranty.
- Kiln dried for consistent application.
- Similar to lpe in density, strength and durability.
- Average density of 64 Lbs/Ft3 / 1020 kg/M3. 2x denser than Cedar.
- Superior choice for commercial jobs and high traffic areas.
- Reliable for longevity and durability.
- 100% clear grade; always inspected by KAYU exclusive graders.
- 100% natural and 100% organic, with no preservatives or additives.
- Low and easy maintenance; allow to weather to silver patina color or
clean, wash & oil to bring back the decks natural beauty and warmth.
- Naturally resistant to decay, insects and mold, even in extreme environments.
- Class A Flame Spread Rating (same as concrete and steel). Excellent
choice for homes and buildings in High Fire Severity Zones.