SterlingOSB Zero PrimedPlus from timber panel specialist West Fraser, is a sturdy board which is ideal for the construction of screening and walkways, either for privacy or to fulfil health & safety requirements; it’s able to withstand the inclement British weather too.

As with all West Fraser’s SterlingOSB Zero products, no extra formaldehyde is used during the manufacturing process, so it is safe to specify in hospitals, schools and other public realms.  Furthermore, its ultra-smooth surface means the boards can be adorned with graphics so can be used to offer directional information as well as branding, promotional material and artwork.

David Connacher, Marketing Manager for West Fraser, said:

“The new version of our SterlingOSB Zero is primed and ready to go, so can be set up very quickly for planned or emergency walkways, screens and other installations – in town centres, shopping malls, or around railways stations or other locations.  PrimedPlus, as part of our OSB range, is therefore the first UK-manufactured OSB with zero-added formaldehyde, delivering health as well as numerous other technical benefits.”

Primed in the factory, in either a neutral white or grey paint, the edges of the OSB3 boards are treated with a sealant to protect against water ingress while the UV-resistant putty layer applied offers even further weather protection as well as enhancing the ultra-smooth finish.  Being knot and void free due to the rigorous manufacturing process means they will cut cleanly while being easy to fix and durable.

The boards are supplied in packs of 50 to cover a total area of approximately 150 m2, with each measuring 1220 mm wide by 2440mm long and at 18mm thickness.  SterlingOSB Zero PrimedPlus is CE-marked and complies with the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and BBA Agrement requirements while being manufactured in the UK enhances security of supply and sustainability.


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