Framing wood (profiles for timber frame houses)

Sawn timbers intended for walls of timber frame houses are by default dried (KD 18%) and planed 4 faces (S4S).

The standard finished sections proposed are :

45×95 / 120 / 145 / 180 (on request) / 200 (on request) /220 mm

Timber frame houses profiles are available in spruce and Douglas fir, in mechanical resistance C24 (possible in C18).

Our sister company TechnicBois Moulin can provide cuts to length on Speed Cut (pre-cuts).


Dried and planed solid timber

In order to satisfy wood professionals who wish to find a more economical alternative to glued timber while favoring stable and light wood, Moulin sawmill has developed a range of products that meets the expectations of the market. To avoid the disadvantages of fresh solid wood sawn most of the time 1 ex log, we work on the same basis as glued and finger-jointed wood without bringing industrial machining. Indeed, the sawn timber is produced 2 ex log, with a C24 classification, woods are dried at 18%, then sorted and S4S planed.

The packages are plastic wrapped, with a number of units half as important as our traditional packages.

The wood can be treated colorless class 2 on request.

The customer can then install a stable solid product which does not present any aesthetic inconvenience (finger jointing and gluing joint) and which will not splinter or twist.