Kiln dried hardwood lumber


Kiln dried hardwood lumber

Product Description

9-12% moisture content of kiln dried leaf wood products is achieved through artificial drying in drying chambers. Advantage of the product is that it will be less liable to deformation after installation; it is an easily workable, natural raw material.

  1. Species:Cherry
    Origin: Europe
    Colour: reddish-brown
    Bulk Density:

    570 kg/m3

    Moisture Content: 9 -12%

    Cherry: easy to work and treat. Very aesthetic appearance, quite popular wood material. 

    9-12% moisture content of kiln dried leaf wood products is achieved through artificial drying in drying chambers. Advantage of the product is that it will be less liable to deformation after installation; it is an easily workable, natural raw material. 

  2. Species:Alder
    Origin: Europe
    Colour: reddish-yellow
    Bulk Density:

    500 kg/m3

    Moisture Content: 9 -12%

    Alder: wood material easy to work and treat.

  3. Species:Steamed acacia
    Origin: Europe
    Colour: brown
    Bulk Density:

    800 kg/m3

    Moisture Content: 9 -12%

    Acacia becomes brown colour during steaming.

  4. Species:Ash
    Origin: Europe
    Colour: yellowish-white-reddish
    Bulk Density:

    650 kg/m3

    Moisture Content: 9 -12%

    Ash: very flexible, hard wood material

  5. Species:natural acacia
    Origin: Europe
    Colour: yellow
    Bulk Density:

    800 kg/m3

    Moisture Content: 9-12 %

    Acacia is a hard, tough, durable tree species. Owing to its favourable physical properties and extreme durability, it is widely used.

  6. Species:natural beech, steamed beech
    Origin: Europe
    Colour: natural beech: light yellowish-brown, steamed beech: reddish brown
    Bulk Density:

    680 kg/m3

    Moisture Content: 9 -12%

    Beech: medium hard, well workable, easy to finish wood material.

  7. Species:oak
    Origin: Europe
    Colour: yellowish-brown
    Bulk Density:

    800 kg/m3

    Moisture Content: 9 -12%
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    Oak: very durable, hard wood, easy to finish wood material.

  1. Unedged broad-leaved sawn timber

    Sawn on 2 sides, its 2 longitudinal thinner sides are covered with bark.

  2. Edged sawn timber

    (American oak)

    Sawn on 4 sides, with no bark on it.

  1. Quality class: 0-II.
  2. Quality class: 0-I.
  1. General fields of application of kiln dried broad-leaved sawnwood
    • Joinery industry, furniture industry 
    • Interior design 
    • Wall and floor covering 
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