Bridge coverings

Areas of use

  • Public areas

Types of wood

  • Robinia
  • Tropical woods
  • Oak
  • Larch


Planed, smooth/walkway profile/fine grooves, chamfered


Large cross-sections are possible, for example 18 × 20 cm

Oak wood


Oak (all native types)

  • Durability:
    • 2 (DIN-EN 350-2/natural durability) recommended to a lesser extent for permanent contact with the soil, sapwood without durability properties
  • Advantages:
    • Durable without chemical wood preservation for structures without permanent soil contact, available in all dimensions, also in sleeper shapes
  • Quality:
    • Untreated, unsorted, typical characteristics for this wood type
  • Permitted:
    • Dark blue discolourations due to tannic acid, middle-grey discolourations due to weathering (the wood remains healthy underneath the outer discolourations).