Tic – one of the most valuable breeds of a tree in the world, rare on the beauty. The expressive texture, golden-brown shade with effect of shine and unique properties made it one of the most demanded in the most different areas – from shipbuilding to interior and landscaping.
Growing in South East Asia, contains a tic in the composition of pitch, rubber and biologically active agents. It provides its water-repellent properties, chemicals resistance, rotting and insects.
At contact with metals the tic doesn't break up and doesn't blacken – ideal qualities for use on the sea. Tic on yachts – an example of elegance. It decorates decks of thousands floating vessels and remains a stronghold of the ship-building industry within several centuries. The tic was also actively used in oil fields of the Middle East as it – the only grade of the wood, capable to resist to an arid climate of the desert and not to carry out electric sparks which could cause explosion. This species of a tree is often applied and in the chemical industry because of its durability and ability to resistance to chemicals.
Popularity of a tic grows In architecture, interiors and landscape gardening design from year to year. Options of its use are diverse: floor coverings and floorings, doors and window frames, furniture for the house and a site, a sculpture and small architectural forms. Tikovye coverings – from floorings decks from wide boards to a parquet and a mosaic, - are capable to change any room or space open-air.
High humidity, differences of temperatures, winter drifts of snow, autumn rains, - to a tic aren't terrible any vagaries of the weather, it doesn't need additional coverings.
We with pleasure use a tic in the projects, including interiors of bathrooms and pools. This strong, durable and very beautiful grade of a tree brings motives of the real luxury in architectural concepts.