What is UniLog?

UniLog is an innovative range of machined, uniform diameter roundwood products, manufactured exclusively by TTT Products Limited.

Each UniLog is manufactured when a peeled log is passed through a rounding machine to remove the natural taper. The result is a smooth finish (compared to a standard roundwood post or pole) with a consistent diameter - an aestheically pleasing pole.

TTT Products manufacture a range of UniLog products:

UniLog Poles

Are machined, uniform diameter poles exclusively produced by TTT Products Ltd..

TTT Multipoles

Are incredibly versatile poles with a unique hollow core. They are useful in many situations including foundations, retaining walls, and ground stability.

TTT Tested

Are poles that have undergone rigorous proof-testing on our Certified Pole Testing rig.

TTT Protect

Is a TTT Pole that has been sleeved (partial length or whole length depending on the pole type) with a polyethylene PE100 Sleeve to provide extended performance in harsh environments, including marine situations.

What makes a good UniLog?

UniLogs are great quality, durable roundwood products that are fully compliant with all NZ Standards.

All the Radiata Pine logs used to manufacture UniLog products are sourced from sustainable forests to ensure they are the best on the market. Every forest we source from is sustainably managed.

UniLogs are machined to remove the taper resulting in a uniform diameter and even finish the entire length of the UniLog. Only minimal wood is removed during this process.

Steaming and treatment with CCA is carried out to ensure UniLog products are durable and resistant to insect and fungal attack when installed. After treatment the CCA preservative is 'fixed' into the wood using a Fixation process to prevent leaching of any surface CCA.

All UniLog products are treated to either H4 or H5 Hazard Class which ensures protection against insect and fungal attack in outside, in-ground situations. UniLogs can also be treated to other Hazard Classes, such as H6 (marine applications). Please refer to our CCA technical pages for more information.