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KD Oak Boards, 27 mm Thick

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Type Boards
Type of species European Hardwood
Species Oak


Volume 10 - 60 m3 per month Convert
Thickness 27 mm  Convert
Width 120; 130; 140; 150; 160; 180; 210; 225; 240; 260; 280; 300 mm Convert
Length 2000; 2200; 2500; 2750; 3000 mm Convert
Length overmeasure (gross tally) 20-50 mm
Grading system French grading rules
Quality Variant
Drying Kiln dry (KD)
Moisture content 7-9 %
Certification PEFC
Our European oak boards are crafted with advanced technology, ensuring they are dried evenly, remain straight, and feature minimal end-cracks. These unique qualities make them ideal for different uses, from slicing to creating high-quality massive or engineered oak flooring and panels. We offer a range of specifications, from defect-free boards to those with an authentic rustic quality. QF1A, QF2/3, QF3, QF3/4, QF4/5

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Price On demand EUR per m3 Convert
Sells to: Worldwide


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