Raw wood used as a building material, various boards beams, rafters etc.
The thickness, width and length of timber products can vary widely.
The wood can be dried or not dried. The most common in construction – dried (16-20% moisture) wood. Industrially dried wood is stable, withstands heavy loads, much more durable and resistant to bruising, mold and fungi. When using undried construction wood for roof constructions – as it dries, the wood will shrink, deform and rot may occur.
Thickness: 22 – 200 mm.
Widths: 50 – 250 mm.
Length: 2000 – 6000 mm.
A special quality system is applied, when stripped products are sorted according to quality classes. Also, excellent and precise woodworking eliminates the need for additional sanding.