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What is C16 timber treated with?
C16 treated timber is specified when the strength is required in an outside environment. Treated C16 timber is often found in roof rafters, timber framing, ceiling joists, floor joists and deck joists and other garden buildings.
Is C16 wood pressure treated?
C16 strength graded timber that has been regularised to consistent widths for working accurately, kiln dried for extra stability and pressure treated to enhance resistance against rot and insect attack.
What is the difference between C16 and C24?
C24 timber has been graded to a higher standard than C16. It’s a premium piece of timber that can handle higher loads and wider spans. C24 grade can only be achieved by importing timber from areas where the climate forces a slower growth rate and hence a tighter grain.
Is C16 timber kiln dried?
C16 treated sawn kiln dried is a type of timber that can be used for a variety of internal construction projects including boxing and flooring.
Is C16 Tanalised timber?
*Excluding tool hire and non-standard delivery areas….
|Kiln Dried C16 Regularised Treated Timber 45 x 120mm
|Country Of Origin
|EN 14081 2006
|Planed Eased 4 edges
Can C16 timber be used outside?
C16 graded CLS timber is better suited to indoor construction such as creating partitioning and internal walls. It is not the best choice for use outside as it might not be able to withstand against severe climate conditions.
Is C16 timber OK for decking?
Deck boards are a key structural part of the deck, and they should always be graded – this helps to ensure strength and durability and could also lead to cost savings on the sub-structure. The most common timber grades for softwood deck boards are C16 and C24.