NexGen was chosen to safeguard the lives of all future patrons of the Sydney Opera House. The Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic structures in the world, and the very fact that their team of building professionals and engineers chose NexGen to protect all the wood speaks to the unmatched protection and reputation of our revolutionary, eco-friendly technology (see more here: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3418885).
NexGen was a key supplier for the Panama Canal expansion project, the EU’s tallest (30m) wood-clad building used NexGen on all the cladding, and NexGen protected the glulam beams and CLT’s in the 6-story addition to the Pentiction Lakeside Resort.
Why are they, and so many additional EWP manufacturers on six continents, choosing NexGen?
NexGen-coated materials (any wood substrate) are warranted for fire – the only warranty like it in the world. NexGen products are also warranted for the prevention of mould, rot, and insect infestation from all wood-boring insects, including termites (50 years for covered material, 30 years for exterior use).
You only need a single coat which can be applied to the wood via brush, spray, flood coating, roller, or dipping, and can be done either at the factory or on the jobsite.
Best of all, NexGen coatings are remarkably inexpensive, as little as 3 cents / square foot of coverage area.
NexGen will continue to change the way wood is protected, moving the industry away from toxic pressure treatment chemicals to an eco-friendly, non-toxic, low-energy-consumption alternative.
There’s a reason no one builds a home or commercial property with pressure treated lumber, just as there is a reason more and more architects and developers are using NexGen to do so.
This is NOT an intumescent (foaming) coating, this is NEW technology. The coated wood can be wet-stacked and hard-packed immediately after coating, and you don’t need to “handle with care” as surface abrasions or even drill holes are NOT an issue.
What is most important is that you don’t simply take my word for it (not that you would). Ask NexGen – or any other company, especially the large pressure treatment companies – to show you the data.