Whitewood - C16
Whitewood also known as Eurpoean silver pine, silver fir or Norway spruce, originates from Europe, it's latin name is Picea abies and is part of the Pinaceae family. The timber grades to C16 and is non durable but it responds well to all preservatives. Whitewood is very versatile and is used in many industries.
This timber varies from almost white to pale yellowish-brown with a natural lustre. It dries rapidly with little tendency for splitting.
Whitewoods main uses include, general joinery, furniture, flooring, staircases and construction.
For more information you can download the specification sheet below:
We have a wide variety of lengths and sizes of C16 and C24 timbers in stock, for more information on our graded timber contact our experienced sales team on 01683 221082 or alternatively email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Ryder Services we also supply hardwood timbers which are graded up to D70, including Greenheart, Ekki, Opepe, plus many other species.