Beech Wood Grading is done for consumption in timber industry for domestic and commercial use. The identification and segregation of Beech Wood planks is done mostly by the producer of lumber after steaming process.
Grading for steam beech wood lumber, like grading for other types of lumber, is typically based on various factors including appearance, strength, and defects. The specific grading standards may vary depending on the country or region, as different organizations or associations may have their own guidelines.Appearance: The visual appearance of the lumber is an important factor in grading. This includes characteristics such as color, grain pattern, and texture. Higher grades of steam beech wood lumber usually have a uniform and attractive appearance.
Dimensional Stability: Steam beech wood lumber is assessed for its dimensional stability, which refers to its ability to resist warping, twisting, or cupping. Higher grades are expected to have better dimensional stability.
Strength and Durability: The strength properties of the lumber, such as modulus of elasticity (MOE) and modulus of rupture (MOR), are evaluated to determine the grade. Steam beech wood with higher strength values typically receives a higher grade.
Defects: The presence of defects in the lumber can significantly impact its grade. Common defects include knots, cracks, splits, wane (missing wood from the edge), and insect damage. Higher grades of steam beech wood lumber have fewer defects and may have strict limitations on the size and number of allowable defects.
RDBL is importing European Graded KD Steam Beech Wood. We are providing few images to understand the quality of graded beech wood in our stores. To understand better, physical inspection of material is recommended by the experts. Our team is fully equipped and happy to help online and offline clients.
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