Pine (Pinus silvestris)
Pine is an impressive pine trees that can grow up to 40 meters high. The texture is good, thanks to slow growth.
The wood is reddish yellow in color, relatively soft, and medium density .
Its strength properties are good which makes sawing and processing simple. The pine has spread throughout Europe , from Spain to Siberia.
Pine ( Pinus sylvestris ) , are used for various carpentry, interior design and decorating, for example, doors, windows , flooring and interior panels and furniture manufacturing . Pine is also used as the building and construction timber , both structural and non -structural .
Pine has good properties for joinery production but also packaging and impregnated products.
The Swedish sawmill industry supply redwood sawn timber according to the characteristics, qualities and sizes on customer demand.
There is a standard grading principel that most swedish mills use, classifying the finished, dried sawn timber in: U/S, V, VI and VII grade.
Our products of pine
- Pine sawn timber
- Pine (Redwood) trade sorting
- Pine - Brazil for construction
- Pine - Europe for construction
- Pine - Components
Pine sawn timber
Swedish timber is of long fibre strong conifer species. The pine is one of the more impressive coniferous trees in the northern parts of Europe, including Sweden.
The heartwood is clearly demarcated from the sapwood. The texture is fine due to slow growing. The big red knots give a decorative character to the timber. The wood is soft and has medium density. The strength properties are good. Sawing and machining is easy.
Common use: Pine/Redwood (Pinus sylvestris) is used for joinery, interiors and decoration such as doors, windows, flooring and indoor panelling as well as for furniture. It is also used as a building and construction timber, structural as well as non-structural. Pine has good properties for carpentry and moulding production but also packaging and impregnated products. The Swedish sawmill industries deliver sawn timber according to the qualities, grades and sizes the customers demand.
KD (Kiln Dried to a core temperature of 56°C/30 min)
Trade sorting: O/S, V, VI, VII
Width : 25/38/50/75/100/125/150/175/200/225
Length : 1,8-5,7
Pine (Redwood) trade sorting
When it comes to grading there are as many ideas of grading as there are sawmills. However there are standard sorting rules that provide the basics - such as EN- 1611-1, Nordic Timber - Grading rules (The "Blue book") and Guiding principles for grading of Swedish sawn timber (The "Green Book"). Our sales basically follow the green books classification, U/S (I II III IV) V VI but today the sorting is more strict than the descriptions in the rules. Sorting is done either manually or by camera. The size, appearance and placing of the knots is important, but graders must also scan for other defects. The rules describe what is tolerated in the different grades for the face and the two sides. The back is allowed to be 1 quality lower.
Example of 25x100, 50x150 and 75x200
Pine - Brazil for construction
From replanted forests in Brazil we find Pinus Eliottis and Taeda. The material is used for construction and for carpentry.
Our most common sizes are 20x100/120/140/160/180/200 x 2000 mm and is delivered by container.
Pine - Europe for construction
The species that we call pine comes from the usual pine that is widespread throughout Europe, from Spain to Siberia.
Pine is our country's oldest conifer and is easily recognized by the long, blue-green needles and orange-like trunk. Furun also used for moldings, panels, flooring, joinery and furniture where the wood will be visible and consistent high quality.
Pine - Components
We produce planed and cut to lenght wood as per the customers order.
Our machines cut exact lengths with less tolerance than 1 mm on length and the precision of planing is also perfect. Our supervising staff is controlling each piece on all sides for rejects.
The components are mostly used for spindles, wood turning and handrails.