All our cladding is pre-primed with a two coat, superior alkyd priming system supplied by PPG
Our Generation 2 product range is made only using high grade FSC® NZ Radiata Pine
We use the innovative treatment technology MicroPro® (MCA) to protect timber from termites, borer and fungal decay
Weatherboards and components
Generation 2 NZ Timber Cladding System available in Bevelback, Rusticated and Shiplap Weatherboard Profiles with a high quality finish, dual primed and full penetration MicroPro H3.2 treatment.
We also stock Box corners, Scriber, Fascia, Cavity batten and Finishing boards.
Natural. Durable. Classic.
Lumberbank Generation 2® H3.2 is the best weatherboard timber solution for your new build or renovation. We produce strong and durable products that stand the test of time, giving you peace of mind and a sustainable product you can trust. Generation II® is proudly made in New Zealand by KLC Limited.
The Generation 2® range is a full exterior cladding solution.
- Treatment guarantee of 50 years protection, more than double other treatments.
- The MicroPro® H3.2 treatment system is a water-borne, copper-based preservative system with carbon-based co-biocide. Applied to the wood using a high pressure treatment process, it penetrates deeply and is effective against fungal decay, borer and termite attack.
- Testing has shown kiln-dried MicroPro® treated products are less likely to show resin bleed when painted in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations.
- Corrosion-resistant for approved fasteners and hot dipped galvanised nails to meet building code requirements.
- 100% NZ Radiata pine sourced from sustainable forests.
- Choice of several styles (bevelback featured).
- Eco-friendly with four environmental credentials.
- Weatherboards up to 6.3 metres in length.
- Formaldehyde-free and low volatile organic compounds used in the treating and glueing manufacturing process. No odour.
- A two coat, superior alkyd priming system, supplied by PPG, is applied and provides good water resistance.
Generation 2 NZ Timber Cladding System H3.2 is available in the following Profiles and Sizes
|Size||135 x 18||142 x 18||180 x 18||187 x 18||215 x 18||230 x 18|
|Bevelled Vertical Shiplap*||•||•|
*Vertical Shiplap in Square or Bevelled Edge is available with a groove in both widths and double groove in 180mm.
Generation 2 H3.2 Scriber and Box Corners
|Size (all 5.4m length)||40 x 18||65 x 18||85 x 18||98 x 18|
|External Box Corner||•||•|
|Internal Box Corner||•||•|
Generation 2 H3.2 Batten
|Size||45 x 20||65 x 20|
|Cavity Batten (un-primed)||•|
|Double Grooved Batten (pre-primed)||•|
Generation 2 H3.2 Fascia
Fascia board is both decorative and utilitarian. Fascia board is a type of roof trim that is commonly used on houses. It is mounted on the exposed ends of rafters or the top of exterior walls to create a layer between the edge of the roof and the outside, which can enhance the overall architectural stamp on your project, as well as offer long-term durability
Generation 2 H3.2 Finishing Boards
Size 50 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 PP D4S 25mm • • • • • • • •
Can be used for fencing or scriber profiles in older homes,
Produced by KLC, who have FSC , Chain of Custody Certification.
Storage and Handling
Correct on-site storage of Generation 2 H3.2 products prior to installation is critical.
- Generation 2 H3.2 products are made from kiln dried timber. Timber will absorb moisture in a damp environment, and release it in a dry environment.
- Store in a dry, well ventilated area.
- Store on a flat surface 150mm above the ground, supported every metre along the length of the product.
- Protect from the elements including direct sunlight and rain.
- If stored outside, there must be a moisture barrier (ground sheet) under the stack.
- If Generation 2 H3.2 products do absorb moisture prior to installation, dimensional swelling may occur, this will disappear when the timber returns to its original moisture content.
- Care should be taken when unloading KLC Generation 2 product. The profiles should be unloaded by hand or if unloaded by mechanical means, ensure that there is a minimum of 2 well-spaced load points to avoid excessive bending or sag during unloading.
- Always carry profiles products on their edge and avoid leaning against any vertical surface to avoid any bending
Apply two coats of Premium Exterior 100% house paint. Top coat colours should have a Light Reflectance Value (LRV) of 45 or higher, as dark colours can encourage resin bleed and distortion leading to cracking and paint failure.
All cut ends, drill holes, rebates and notches must be resealed immediately with a suitably approved product. eg an Alkyd Primer End sealing can also be achieved by the application of 2 coats of brush-applied, quality Alkyd (oil based) primer which are allowed to dry between coats. When products are joined a scarf or splay join is to be used. These must face away from the prevailing weather. Alternatively, a corrosion- resistant soaker must be applied
- Wash all exterior surfaces using a low pressure wash system to remove dust, dirt and other contaminants.
• Do not uses a high pressure washing system eg water blaster
• If the washing does not remove stubborn areas of mold or dirt use a soft brush or broom and an appropriate cleaning agent to remove these deposits. Check with the paint manufacturer and read the directions on the product to apply the cleaning agent.
- Once the building is clean and the surfaces have been inspected for damage, wear and tear and paint coating degrade then repairs and must be undertaken immediately.
• If the paint surface has been damaged, then:
• Remove all damaged paint, sand back if required
• Apply a quality primer on any bare timber
• Once the primer has dried apply 2 top coats of a quality top coat paint.
- It is a general rule that timber weatherboard homes should be repainted every 10 years if the initial coating product used was of good quality, delivering a good quality coating finish. In some cases repainting may be required earlier depending on condition and exposure to harsher elements.
Health and Safety
Do not burn MicroPro® Treated Timber.
Wear a dust mask and goggles when cutting or sanding timber.
All sawdust and construction debris should be cleaned up and disposed of after construction.
Notes: Should we have a photo banner at the top of the page with close ups of products finished in situ with a small over lay of text to say what it is.
Also with the cladding page, all under one umbrella with Cladding + components
Possibly a click drop down on each of the items i.s. fascia, box corners, cavity battens with a small speel, the stocked sizes tables, I don’t think there is enough quality information to warrant each component having their own page
Finishing boards are also H3.2 PP so would have the same info/ page in 2 places like the I beam rather than 2 different product pages.
Or if doing the 3 boxes across then possibly have each with one of the products and a drop down at the bottom with info listed and sizes available rather than the table.