Spruce Pine Fir Wood (SPF)

Primarily used in India for interior uses and door manufacturing purpose. It is an economy-grade wood that is also used for making of the pallets and for filling purpose. Before supply, it is processed under the guidance of Quality Experts.

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Spruce Pine Fir Wood (SPF)

Spruce Pine Fir Wood (SPF)

Primarily used in India for interior uses and door manufacturing purpose. It is an economy-grade wood that is also used for making of the pallets and for filling purpose. Before supply, it is processed under the guidance of Quality Experts.

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Common Name(s)Spruce, Pine-Fir, Spruce Pine Fir, SPF, White Spruce, Black Spruce, Jack Pine, Balsam Fir, Lodgepole Pine, Black Spruce, Engelmann Spruce, Red Spruce
Average Dried Weight500 kg/m3
Color/AppearanceSPF is soft, straight, even-grained, medium to fine-textured, and produces a lustrous finish. The heartwood is a pale yellowish white, and there is little difference between the heartwood and sapwood.
WorkabilitySPF is easily worked, glues well, is average in paint holding ability, and takes nails and screws satisfactorily. It is not very durable and is difficult to penetrate with preservatives.
OdorNo characteristic odor.
Allergies/ToxicityAlthough severe reactions are quite uncommon, Spruce in the Picea genus has been reported as a sensitizer. Usually most common reactions simply include skin irritation and/or respiratory disorders.
Pricing/AvailabilityConstruction grade spruce is cheap and easy to find. However, quartersawn clear pieces—free from knots—are much more expensive.
Common UsesOverseas SPF is used for frames, general millwork, boxes and crates, housing construction frames, Paper (pulpwood)
Termite ResistantNo
Strength GroupLow
ShrinkageVery Low

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