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Pine - Scots Pine 21-95 mm * 45-195 mm * 2100-6000 mm beams kiln dry 40-2500 m3 / month

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Type Beams
Type of species European Softwood
Species Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Scots Pine


Volume 40 - 2500 m3 per month Convert
Thickness 21-95 mm  Convert
Width 45-195 mm Convert
Length 2100 - 6000 mm Convert
Grading system Nordic TC (blue book) grading rules
Quality SF
Treatment by request, class 2,3,4 green/brown
Drying Kiln dry (KD)
Surfacing S4S (surfaced 4 sides)
Packaging Truck bundles
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    Price On demand EUR per m3 Convert
    Delivery deadline Available on order in less than 30 days
    Sells to: Worldwide


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