As stan­dard we offer win­dow frames in pine wood or meranti.

Drewno lite


Due to its price and avail­abil­ity this is the most com­mon conif­er­ous species used in the man­u­fac­ture of win­dows and doors. Con­sid­ered one of the longest liv­ing plant species on Earth. The wood taken from trees aged 80120 years offers the best prop­er­ties. It is char­ac­terised by a den­sity of approx­i­mately 450550 kg/​m3, which ensures good prop­er­ties in terms of both com­pres­sive and ten­sile strength.

Pine wood is rel­a­tively long last­ing and durable, yet flex­i­ble and easy to process, and offers per­fect ther­mal insu­la­tion. A high resin con­tent makes it resis­tant to dam­age result­ing from mois­ture, but at extremely high tem­per­a­tures it can pass through the paint coat­ing. The colour of the wood is bright and it can be effec­tively cov­ered with opaque and stain paints.



The wood for the con­nois­seur. The jewel in our man­u­fac­tur­ing crown since 2008. A hard wood from a broad-​leaved tree com­ing mainly from the island of Bor­neo. Its min­i­mum den­sity varies between 580 kg/​m3 and 850 kg/​m3. It is used mainly for the man­u­fac­ture of select win­dows and doors in fur­ni­ture mak­ing, boat build­ing, construction.

It is a wood that offers very good resis­tance to water and other atmos­pheric fac­tors, and is highly val­ued because of the beau­ti­ful wood grain and its phys­i­cal properties.


Exotic wood from broad-​leaved trees from Indone­sia, Malaysia and the Philip­pines. The type of wood most com­monly used by man­u­fac­tur­ers from among the exotic species. It comes in sev­eral vari­eties, of which the white and red vari­eties are the most pop­u­lar. The den­sity of mer­anti is strongly depen­dant on the species and reaches val­ues rang­ing from 300 kg/​m3 to 800 kg/​m3. It is worth­while to find out what is the den­sity of the wood, as it affects its parameters.

Our com­pany offers species with a den­sity greater than 450 kg/​m3. In gen­eral, this type of wood offers high resis­tance to mois­ture and, there­fore, low prob­a­bil­ity of crack­ing. It is durable and robust. It demon­strates very good ther­mal and acoustic insu­la­tion char­ac­ter­is­tics. It has a highly char­ac­ter­is­tic wood pat­tern, which looks very impres­sive when coated with trans­par­ent paint. An analy­sis of basic phys­i­cal and mechan­i­cal para­me­ters indi­cates that mer­anti wood shows greater resis­tance to weather phe­nom­ena than pine. Inter­est­ingly oak is not far behind.

Mer­anti offers bet­ter tech­ni­cal para­me­ters than pine in such areas as shrink­age and swelling by 39%, sta­tic bend­ing resis­tance by 41% and hard­ness by nearly 40%. The resis­tance of exotic wood species to shrink­age and swelling stems from their anatomy. These are heart­wood species with a wood that is char­ac­terised by low water per­me­abil­ity. Its red-​brown colour lends the prod­uct a cer­tain ele­gance and a warm ambi­ence to the interior.

Win­dows from mer­anti wood will be appre­ci­ated by all those look­ing for exotic beauty com­bined with high qual­ity and dura­bil­ity of the products.


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