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C16 CLS treated timber (T)38mm (W)89mm (L)2400mm

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Product Information

Warning: Wear gloves to avoid splinters. When sanding or cutting, it is advised that customers use breathing and eye protection. Avoid inhalation of sawdust. Do not use in contact with drinking water or food. Do not use for animal bedding or in fish ponds. Dispose of treated wood responsibly. Industrial waste should be disposed of through an authorised waste contractor.

    Features and Benefits

    Timber beam for stud partioning & general construction.

    • Strength graded to C16 specification for structural applications
    • Slow grown and kiln dried to make it more stable and easier to work with
    • Regularised for uniformity with rounded edges for easy handling

    Health and Safety

    Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

    Technical Specifications

    BrandMetsä Wood
    Timber typeSoftwood
    Timber gradeC16
    Length (mm)2400mm
    Width (mm)89mm
    Thickness (mm)38mm
    Edge typeRound
    LocationInternal & external
    Surface finishSmooth
    Weight (g)5.28g
    StandardEN 14081-1:2005+A1:2011
    Timber approvalPEFC approved
    Timber certificateBMT-PEFC-0831
    Product code3663602860891

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    jk72 - 6 months ago

    CLS (canadian lumber standard) aka "regularised" timber is a lightly
    planed construction timber. Its a little smaller in size typically, but
    has a smother finish and no sharp corners. This makes it safer to work
    with in theory. I don't know if it is also stress graded.