COMPANY OVERVIEW

As Oregon's premier manufacturer of yakisugi “shou sugi ban," Bandon Burn is proud to offer our clients a first-rate charred wood product that is valued as much for its stunning ebony color and incredible texture as it is for its natural weatherproof quality.

Inspired by traditional Japanese techniques, this unique, handcrafted Oregon product respects our natural resources while also supporting our local economy.

 

We are a collaboration between family-owned, Oregon companies who have partnered for decades on the remanufacturing and marketing of forest products on an international level.

 

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Charred Wood Siding - Bandon Black

Surface & Texture

Bandon Black is the original charred surface and compares to what Japanese traditionally call Suyaki. The texture is a dense char resembling reptile skin. The soot layer is approximately 1/16 inch (1.5 mm) thick. This finish is suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. If used indoors it should be properly sealed to bond the soot.

 

Wood Grade

Select - JAS “Small Knot" grade allows for up to 20 tight or 10 dead knots per 79" (2m) board length. Unlimited combination of heartwood and sapwood, pith allowed. Checks allowed to 1/16" as long as plank stability, weather-resistance, and cosmetics are not adversely affected.

 

Species

Native to Oregon and NW California, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana is a species of conifer also known as Port Orford Cedar, white or Oregon-cedar, ginger-pine, or Lawson cypress. Renowned for its beauty and structural integrity, useful for both indoor and outdoor applications. Port-Orford-Cedar has earned a reputation for strength and decay-resistance. It is a particularly hard and strong cedar with the similar or superior natural durability as other types of cedar when it comes to weather, rot and insects.

 

Moisture Content

Dried then burnt to 15% MC, but may fluctuate during transport or warehousing. Please acclimate on site for two weeks prior to installation.

 

Fire Resistance

Fire rating is currently in process, Bandon Burn will test to ASTM E84 and UL723 CLASS A Flame Spread and Smoke Developed with or without fire retardant. Species tests to CAN/ULC S102-10 FS or 25 and SDI of 60 without fire retardant. Fire retardant pretreatment not available for interior.

 

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Charred Wood Siding - Gold Beach

Surface & Texture

Gold Beach is twice brushed and compares to what Japanese traditionally call Pika Pika. The texture resembles a smooth 3D topographic map of the Oregon coast range. The brushing removes the summer wood leaving the heavily textured charred winter wood prominent. The soot layer is completely brushed off. It is suitable for exterior or interior use. Ships pre-finished to the customer.

 

Wood Grade

Select - JAS “Small Knot" grade allows for up to 20 tight or 10 dead knots per 79" (2m) board length. Unlimited combination of heartwood and sapwood, pith allowed. Checks allowed to 1/16" as long as plank stability, weather-resistance, and cosmetics are not adversely affected.

 

Species

Native to Oregon and NW California, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana is a species of conifer also known as Port Orford Cedar, white or Oregon-cedar, ginger-pine, or Lawson cypress. Renowned for its beauty and structural integrity, useful for both indoor and outdoor applications. Port-Orford-Cedar has earned a reputation for strength and decay-resistance. It is a particularly hard and strong cedar with the similar or superior natural durability as other types of cedar when it comes to weather, rot and insects.

 

Moisture Content

Dried then burnt to 15% MC, but may fluctuate during transport or warehousing. Please acclimate on site for two weeks prior to installation.

 

Fire Resistance

Fire rating is currently in process, Bandon Burn will test to ASTM E84 and UL723 CLASS A Flame Spread and Smoke Developed with or without fire retardant. Species tests to CAN/ULC S102-10 FS or 25 and SDI of 60 without fire retardant. Fire retardant pretreatment not available for interior.

 

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Charred Wood Siding - Newport Gray

Surface & Texture

Newport Gray is once brushed and compares to what Japanese traditionally call Gendai. The texture is silky smooth to the touch and appears to have layers of waves varying in color from a June Gloom sky to dark storm clouds rolling in from the coast. The soot layer is approximately 1/32 inch (0.8 mm) thick. It is suitable for exterior or interior use. Newport Gray does not need to be oil finished for exterior applications but an oil pre-finish will bond in soot and slow down color weathering.

 

Wood Grade

Select - JAS “Small Knot" grade allows for up to 20 tight or 10 dead knots per 79" (2m) board length. Unlimited combination of heartwood and sapwood, pith allowed. Checks allowed to 1/16" as long as plank stability, weather-resistance, and cosmetics are not adversely affected.

 

Species

Native to Oregon and NW California, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana is a species of conifer also known as Port Orford Cedar, white or Oregon-cedar, ginger-pine, or Lawson cypress. Renowned for its beauty and structural integrity, useful for both indoor and outdoor applications. Port-Orford-Cedar has earned a reputation for strength and decay-resistance. It is a particularly hard and strong cedar with the similar or superior natural durability as other types of cedar when it comes to weather, rot and insects.

 

Moisture Content

Dried then burnt to 15% MC, but may fluctuate during transport or warehousing. Please acclimate on site for two weeks prior to installation.

 

Fire Resistance

Fire rating is currently in process, Bandon Burn will test to ASTM E84 and UL723 CLASS A Flame Spread and Smoke Developed with or without fire retardant. Species tests to CAN/ULC S102-10 FS or 25 and SDI of 60 without fire retardant. Fire retardant pretreatment not available for interior.

 

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Rated 5 based on 1 product reviews

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Yakisugi (Shou Sugi Ban) Frequently Asked Questions

Paying homage to the centuries-old Japanese technique of yakisugi “shou sugi ban," Bandon Burn is Oregon's premier charred wood product. Using only the best Port Orford Cedar from the Coquille Valley in southwestern Oregon, Bandon Burn - with its striking ebony hue and incredible texture - is a distinctive, weatherproof product suited for exterior cladding as well as interior paneling. This beautiful wood is an extraordinary combination of ancient technique and modern style, and one that the architectural design community will embrace for decades to come.

 

Rated 5 based on 1 product reviews


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Last Update: 2021-02-18