Joinery Profiles

Clelands Timber Products have over a 100 years’ experience in the timber industry and produce a wide range of joinery profiles including custom runs.

Options Available

Profile Finished size Length Grade Treatment Finish Profile
Casement Sill 135 x 40mm 6.3 Finger jointed H3.1 One Coat Oil
Sash Bar 42 x 24mm 6.3 Finger jointed H3.1 One Coat Oil
Flat open in door sill 200 x 50mm 6.3 Finger jointed H3.1 One Coat Oil
Flat open out door sill 200 x 50mm 6.3 Finger jointed H3.1 One Coat Oil
Sash bottom rail 88 x 42mm 6.3 Finger jointed H3.1 One Coat Oil
Mullion 86 x 66mm 6.3 Finger jointed H3.1 One Coat Oil
Sash Stile 51 x41mm 6.3 Finger jointed H3.1 One Coat Oil
Window sill 65 x 37mm 6.3 Finger jointed H3.1 One Coat Oil

Why choose this product?

NZ Made

Responsibly sourced NZ product

Trusted

Number one choice for NZ's for over 100 years

Quality

Made by our experience team and subject to our stringent quality checks

Finish Options

Single Coat

Our primer is a machine coated alkyd oil based primer designed as an adhesion coat for the next coat of paint. This primer does not waterproof the timber but does slow water uptake.

Radiata Pine contains tannin which can cause paint to turn brown. Our primer blocks the migration of the tannin into the paint coating minimising the discolouration of the painted surface.

Treatment Types

LOSP H3.1

LOSP H3.1 is an effective preservative designed to provide lasting protection for wood products used in external situations above ground protecting against decay and insects. The timber is treated in finished form which improves its dimensional stability.

This LOSP product comes with a 25 year guarantee against fungal decay and insect attack and is water repellent to reduce general uptake of moisture.

For more detailed information about this process refer to http://www.kopperspc.co.nz/products/protim-optiumum-losp.html

Grades Available

Finger Jointed

Finger jointing results in much higher quality and stronger pieces and components, while dramatically reducing waste. The two most important advantages of finger jointed lumber are straightness and dimensional stability.