Timber that has been cut down is processed into building materials or other necessities. The final result of the sawing process which has a length, width and thickness size is appropriate with the purpose of its use. Our sawn timber has been through the process of planer can be classified :
Boards are sawn timber which has a thickness of 50 mm or less (maximum 50 mm) and width 150 mm or more.
Planks are sawn timber which is thicker than 50 mm and a width of 150 mm or more (minimum 150 mm) and less thickness from half the width.
Narrow boards are wood sawn which has a thickness of 50 mm or less (maximum 50 mm) and width between 10 and less than 150 mm.