C24 timber is machined and visually sorted by strength. Grading is carried out by checking the strength of the lumber over its entire length by determining the modulus of elasticity at the weakest cross-section. In timber frame houses, structural timber is used, which is divided into strength classes C30, C24, C18, C16 and C14 according to LVS EN 338, where the index after the letter C indicates strength. The higher the number, the higher the strength of the material. C is the designation of conifers. The most common material used in construction is C24, which is suitable for all types of load-bearing structures, vertical and horizontal loads.
In our warehouse mainly materials with the following cross-sections are available:
Once a week, we arrange a checkout with stock balances and prices. You are always informed and apply for expulsion!