Overall, Spruce Pine works fairly well with most tools, though the resin can gum up tools and clog sandpaper. Spruce Pine glues and finishes well.
Working with pine has been reported to cause allergic skin reactions and/or asthma-like symptoms in some people. See the articles Wood Allergies and Toxicity and Wood Dust Safety for more information.
Spruce Pine has a lower density than most other species in the Southern Yellow Pine grouping, hence its distribution is more generally restricted to local lumber needs and plywood production. The wood is sometimes sold as Southern Yellow Pine for a moderate price.
Available width 100m-250mm
Available lengths Up to 4000mm
Available moisture percentage 8-12% and 12% -18%
Humidity Klin Dried and Fresh cut
Quantity (each month) MIN: 30m3; MAX-1000m3
Type: Edge and UN-edged
Finishing Rough Sawn, S2S,S3S,S4S, Smooth
Grade AA AB BB ABC
Species: Spuce Lumber
Usage Furniture, flooring etc
Processing: 14 to 30 Days Depending on the quantity Order
We also customize sizes for client