Wooden charging station
Douglas fir is a material that stands the test of time and has excellent mechanical properties. Its hard core gives it a remarkable resistance. Its anatomical and structural properties make it a material with recognised mechanical performance.
Indeed, a raw Douglas fir wood exposed to the weather without maintenance will start to tarnish after 3 months and will turn grey after 6 months on average. If you like the grey effect of the wood, you can leave it untreated. Douglas fir is also of undeniable ecological interest as it is a natural class 3 wood, which avoids chemical treatments for the heartwood.
If you are still not convinced, we also offer a model in recycled aluminium. However, to produce one tonne of aluminium, 8 tonnes of CO2 are needed; whereas to build one tonne of wood, 34kg of CO2 are needed.