47mm x 200mm (8"x2") Imported Treated C16 Carcassing - 4.8m (16ft)
BUILD4LESS

47mm x 200mm (8"x2") Imported Treated C16 Carcassing - 4.8m (16ft)

This product is a call to enquire product. Please call us on 020-3481-1978 for more information.
The option you have currently selected is a call to enquire option. Please call us on 020-3481-1978 for more information or select an alternative option.
Regular price
£47.00 £56.40
Was:
£0.00
Now Only:
£47.00 £56.40
Sold out
Unit price
per 
+
✔ This product is eligible for our buy now & pay later scheme - available at checkout (read more)
BUILD4LESS

47mm x 200mm (8"x2") Imported Treated C16 Carcassing - 4.8m (16ft)

Product Code: TIKD47200T4.8
Due to the current situation there is a 3 week lead time on this product. If you would like to get in touch email us at sales@build4less.co.uk.

Sawn and treated timber is one of the most popular and widely used building materials. Ideal for both new build constructions as well as refurbishment projects. Softwood treated timber is often used for floor, wall and roof application. You can choose C16 or C24 grade to meet your requirements.

Available in various sizes.

Imported
Imported timber is grown outside of the UK and is imported in. Imported Timber is usually identified by slower denser growth rings than the commercial softwoods grown within the UK

Treated
Treated timber is suitable to be used externally and is suitable for wet areas or areas where the timber will be coming into contact with the ground. Examples of treated timber uses are outdoor decking, shed bases, posts, sleepers.

C16 or C24 Graded
C16 and C24 are strength grades; the higher the grade, the better the load bearing quality it has. C16 is normally the grade that is produced from faster grown UK timber. C24 is a premium product as the wood is slower grown and is also denser. Higher loads and longer spans can be achieved with the use of C24 grade timber often with a smaller cross section. The majority of grading is now performed by machines with x-ray scanning and imaging technology to ensure the timber is within grading guidelines.

Timber can also be graded visually by qualified visual timber graders who assess size, frequency and distribution, shakes, splits and slope of grain. This ensures only the pieces that meet standard limitations are accepted as a grade pass.

Carcassing
Carcassing is a generic trade term which refers to the use of a species of timber. Spruce/Pine and Fir are used to form floors, walls, ceilings and roofs of properties for example.

Length 125mm
Thickness 47mm
Timber type Imported Timber, Softwood Timber, Treated Timber
Timber grade C16 Grade
Width 60cm

For information on delivery costs and more click here.


Description

Note - Due to the current situation there is a 3 week lead time on this product. If you would like to get in touch email us at sales@build4less.co.uk.

Sawn and treated timber is one of the most popular and widely used building materials. Ideal for both new build constructions as well as refurbishment projects. Softwood treated timber is often used for floor, wall and roof application. You can choose C16 or C24 grade to meet your requirements.

Available in various sizes.

Imported
Imported timber is grown outside of the UK and is imported in. Imported Timber is usually identified by slower denser growth rings than the commercial softwoods grown within the UK

Treated
Treated timber is suitable to be used externally and is suitable for wet areas or areas where the timber will be coming into contact with the ground. Examples of treated timber uses are outdoor decking, shed bases, posts, sleepers.

C16 or C24 Graded
C16 and C24 are strength grades; the higher the grade, the better the load bearing quality it has. C16 is normally the grade that is produced from faster grown UK timber. C24 is a premium product as the wood is slower grown and is also denser. Higher loads and longer spans can be achieved with the use of C24 grade timber often with a smaller cross section. The majority of grading is now performed by machines with x-ray scanning and imaging technology to ensure the timber is within grading guidelines.

Timber can also be graded visually by qualified visual timber graders who assess size, frequency and distribution, shakes, splits and slope of grain. This ensures only the pieces that meet standard limitations are accepted as a grade pass.

Carcassing
Carcassing is a generic trade term which refers to the use of a species of timber. Spruce/Pine and Fir are used to form floors, walls, ceilings and roofs of properties for example.



Technical Specifications

Length 125mm
Thickness 47mm
Timber type Imported Timber, Softwood Timber, Treated Timber
Timber grade C16 Grade
Width 60cm

Datasheets


Reviews


Delivery Information

For information on delivery costs and more click here.

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. By continuing to browse our site we'll assume that you understand this. View Privacy Policy
Accept