Raw timber species

Below you can find list of the raw timber species which we can provide you. For your convinience and that exclude misunderstanding we indicate the name in English, Latin and the abbreviation in accordance with DIN 4076 standard.



Spruce (Pícea) is a tree of the genus Picea, found in the northern temperate and boreal (taiga) regions of the earth. Spruces are large trees, from about 20–60 m (about 60–200 ft) tall when mature, and can be distinguished by their whorled branches and conical form.

  spruce Pine (Pínus sylvéstris) is a tree is 25-40 m height and has a trunk diameter of 0.5-1.2 m. The tallest trees (up to 45-50 m) grow on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. The trunk is straight. The crown is high, conical, and then round, wide, with horizontally located branches.
angara pine Angara pine (Ecotype of pínus sylvéstris) this special sort of pine, named the Angara pine (or Pine Siberian Stone), grows in a basin of the river Angara. Timber has slightly pink kernel, which, in due course, becomes brownish-red. Sap wood is wide ranging from yellow to pink colours.   larch Larch (Lárix) - the genus of woody plants of the family Pinaceae, one of the most widespread species of coniferous trees. Needles fall annually for the winter. Rowing from 20 to 45 m tall, they are native to much of the cooler temperate northern hemisphere (Siberia and Canada).
firs Firs (Abies) - can be distinguished from other members of the pine family by the unique attachment of their needle-like leaves and by their different cones. Cones in contrast to other pine conifer families grow upward. Wood of the firs has no resin pitch.   cedar Сedar (Cedrus) - evergreen trees up to 40-50 m high, with a sprawling crown. The bark is dark gray, on young trunks smooth, old cracked, scaly. Very strong and valuable wood uses for buildings, furniture, shipbuilding and other things. Wood is highly valued and used since ancient times.



Birch (Bétula) - tree up to 30 and even 45 m high. Birch is widespread in the Northern Hemisphere. On the territory of Russia belongs to the number of the most widespread tree species. Heavy dense birch wood is quite strong, well resists splitting. Used for the manufacture of high-quality plywood.


Aspen (Pópulus trémula) – distinguished by a columnar trunk reaching 35 m in height and 1 m in diameter. Lives 80-90 years, grows very quickly. About 40% of this wood is processed in chipboard in the form of plates and parts, the rest goes to fuel in the form of fuel pellets and wood scraps.


Linden (Tília, LI) - tree 20-38 m high with a hipped crown. The wood is light, from whitish to yellowish. The main area of application of this wood is sculpture, various types of carving and the manufacture of turning products, since it can be easily processed in any direction.


Maple (Ácer) – tree 10-40 m height. It is used primarily as construction timber or for making furniture, much less often as a fuel. The surface of maple wood is well processed, easily polished, painted and covered with stain, and can also be varnished without problems.


Alder (Alnus, ER) – tree up to 35 m height. It used for the production of veneer, in the manufacture of plywood, chipboard and making paper. It is good quality material for the manufacture of interior parts of furniture, interior decoration and used to imitate valuable wood species.


Ash (Fraxinus, ES) tree 25-35 m height. Ash wood refers to heavy and hard grades of wood with good strength characteristics. Ash is often used in the form of solid wood, plywood or veneer, as well as in bent shapes for chairs and armchairs, for the manufacture of parquet and floorboards.

oak Oak (Quércus) - large tree, reaching a height of 30-40 m. In Russia only one species is widely spread - pedunculate oak or English oak. Oak wood is distinguished by its strength, strength, density, hardness and weight. Oak timber is an excellent building and ornamental material.   beech Beech (Fágus, BU) – tree up to 35 m height. Beech wood is very hard. The main area of use of beech is the production of furniture, plywood and fiberboard, the production of cellulose for the paper industry and especially high-purity cellulose for the production of regenerated fibers.


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