Beech timber
lightly steamed
and dried

Beech timber lightly steamed and kiln dried, successfully used in furniture factories across the world.

Beech (Fagus) is a genus of deciduous trees in the family Fagaceae, native to temperate Europe, Asia and North America. The European beech (Fagus sylvatica) is the most commonly cultivated, although there are few important differences between species aside from detail elements such as leaf shape.  Wood description The colour is creamy white to pale pink and gets more red due to higher drying temperatures or when exposed to steam. The heartwood is not demarcated from the sapwood. Sometimes there are reddish areas near the heart. The wood has a fine texture. Beech is a diffuse porous timber but annual rings and rays are clearly visible. The wood is very hard and heavy with very good strength properties. Machining is well, gluing is good, nailing and screwing is good, but pre-boring is necessary. Beech has good properties for bending in processing of bent furniture.

Technological process
for producing beech timber

Logging in Romsilva marked forests.

  • Sawing logs at required specifications

  • Lightly Steaming the timber.
  • Kiln drying the timber up to required humidity

  • Processing the timber to meet high quality standards

  • Our quality standards
    and dimensions

    Our quality standards

  • EA Class – 4FC (4 Clean Faces)
  • A Class – 3FC (3 Clean Faces)
  • B Class – 3FC (3 Clean Faces, red heart admitted, one knot maximum admitted )

  • Dimensions

  • Thicknesses: 25mm , 38mm, 50mm, 60mm, 80mm
  • Widths: 10cm and up
  • Lengths:
  • TAL 1.8m and up
  • TAS 1.0m-1.7m
  • TASS 0.3m – 0.9m
  • Do you need high quality products?

    We can provide !

    Contact us