European birch grain is generally straight or slightly wavy, with a fine, even texture. Low natural luster.
|Birch superprime||26 x 100 mm|
|Birch superprime||26 x 125 mm|
|Birch superprime||26 x 150 mm|
|Birch superprime||32 x 100 mm|
|Birch superprime||32 x 125 mm|
|Birch superprime||32 x 150 mm|
|Birch superprime||40 x 100 mm|
|Birch superprime||40 x 125 mm|
|Birch superprime||40 x 150 mm|
|Birch prime||52 x 100 mm|
|Birch prime||52 x 105 mm|
|Birch prime||52 x 125 mm|
|Birch prime||52 x 150 mm|
Birch is Sweden’s most common deciduous tree and has a light, medium hard and very tough wood with straight fibers and fine texture. The subtle color difference of the growth rings gives the wood a uniform and uniform appearance. Birch is easy to work with hand and machine tools and is also easy to surface.