in Europe, where Spruce trees are native and grow slowly, reaching higher densities than logs harvested in warmer regions. The Spruce we trade are often over 100 years old, and their age is reflected in the structural quality of their wood: while the wood of Spruce trees grown in warmer weather might have a density as low as 400 kg/m3, the wood of slow-growing Norway Spruce trees reaches densities of over 700 kg/m3.
|100 m3 Spot – 1 time
|4; 6 m
|AB , A/B/C ,BC grades
Non-standard dimensions are possible on customer request.
Together with the natural elasticity of softwoods, the superior density of Spruce logs harvested in colder regions provides for wood that can be used in a wider variety of applications, and that resist the test of time