How Can The Quality Of Timber Used In Joinery Products Be Determined?

23 July 2013

Commercial grade (that is the description of timber as a raw material) are considered not to be appropriate for creating joinery specifications. BS EN 942 is used to classify by appearance the quality of timber in joinery. The classifications are intended to describe the material at the time of manufacture of a product and these classifications can be applied to solid, finger-jointed, end-jointed, edge-jointed and laminated timber components.

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