Timber - CHESTNUT
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CHESTNUT

CHESTNUT
CHESTNUT - Varnisched

Range zone:
Europa, UK.
Family:
European hardwood.
Botanical name:
Castanea Sativa.
Trade name:
Sweet Chestnut, Edelkastanie.
Average specific weight:
540 kg/m3.

DETAILS

General description: light brown similar to Oak but without the characteristic silvery radial shape; straight to spiral grain, coarse texture.

Uses: poles for electirc lines, staves, barrels, vats, various containers; beams, frames, furniture; engineered veneer for decorative veneering.

Use: Inside/Outside

 

DIMENSIONS

The areas of France and Eastern Europe are among the most recognised when referring to top quality Chestnut. Corà uses the best timber from these areas for its Planks and Bouls.

Bouls Dried

Quality A

Thicknesses - 40 to 80

Planks Dried

Thicknesses - 27 to 80

French

Trimmed quality MONTE A

Untrimmed quality  EXTRA, A, MONTE A

East Europe

Trimmed quality A, AB


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