Our sawn pine timber is used around the world in the manufacture of high end furniture and interior cladding products as well as industrial construction
Sawn pine timber with excellent dimensional precision
At Koskisen, sawn pine timber is dried and graded using a combination of state-of-the-art technology and careful control carried out by our skilled employees – tailored to the precise requirements of each application. Superior drying, precise dimensions and grading are the strengths of our pine timber products.
Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) is a straight-trunked coniferous tree with no branches on the lower third of the trunk. It usually grows in light, dry places or in soil which is low in nutriments. Pine timber is easy to work with and has clearly distinguishable darker heartwood and yellowish or reddish white sapwood.
The heartwood has extremely good natural resistance to rot. Pine also has very good properties when it comes to moisture and heat. The density of the wood usually varies from 450 kg/m³ to 550 kg/m³ (at 12–15% moisture content).
Applications for sawn pine timber
- Tables and chairs
- Glue-laminated panels and beams
- Furniture components
- Interior cladding panels
- Flooring boards
- Frame structures
- Window and door industry
- Packaging industry