Cross-cut timber

Industrial waste wood with intended use

Origin

Cross-cut timber is an industrial waste wood that is produced as a saw mill by-product during the cutting-to-length of round wood in log sorting companies or saw mills or during the cutting-to-length of sawn timber in sawn timber sorting plants.

Characteristics

  • fresh or dry
  • with or without bark
  • Softwood

Use

  • Suitable for the production of chipboard or wood pellets
  • can also be processed into firewood

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