Pinewood, usage depends on the quality
You can find pinewood in the constructions, inner frames, windows, doors, inner and outer boardings and beam wood. In hydraulic engineering it is also commonly adapted as landing decks, post wood, sheet piles and purlins. For which adaptations pinewood is suited, mostly depends on the quality of the wood. European pinewood is, with both hands as well as machines, pretty easy to adapt. Especially the growth ring’s width, its size and the amount of knots have a big influence on its adaptability. For finishing the wood surface, pinewood suits very well. The wood can be adapted with nearly every tool, except some tools with which the film formation can be hindered, due to the present resin.
|Alternative names:||Archangel, European Redwood, Föhre, Forle, Forche, Kiefer, Masttree, Pin Sylvestre, Red Deal, Red Pine, Scots Pine, Sosna, Yellow Deal|
|Appearance:||Core wood yellow-brown to red-brown, sapwood white to light yellow softwood|
|Sustainability class:||III/IV (Sapwood V)|
|Mass kg/m3:||Fresh 600 – 800|
|Dried 320 – 530|
|Glue:||Good, bad if pine contains lots of resin|
|Finishing:||Good, the size and the amount of knots have influence on the adaptability|
|Combination with iron:||Good|
|Origin:||All over Europe|
|Extra:||Many purposes for the wood.|
|Adaptations:||Shoring poles, purlins and square posts|
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Source: Houtvademecum © 2010 Centrum Hout Almere, 10e revised edition