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Siberian Larch

Siberian Larch

Botanical Name: Larix siberica

Source Location: Russia, Siberia

Durability: A popular choice due to its aesthetic natural beauty and rustic characteristics. Siberian Larch has a natural durability which does not require a preservative treatment. The high proportion of Heartwood and presence of tannins in the wood create a high resistance to decay and rot, making Siberian Larch one of the toughest and most durable softwoods.

Dimensions: Siberian Larch is available up to 200x50mm x 5.7m

Uses: Available in a range of Bevelback, Board and Batten and selected Vertical Shiplap profiles. Siberian Larch is also suitable for Soffit lining, panelling, Decking, Interior screening and Battens.
Tips: A great alternative when seeking cost effective options to more premium Timber cladding such as Western Red Cedar.
Technical Information:
Heartwood Colour: Pale Yellow to light tan
Sapwood Colour: White to cream
Grades: Sawfalling I-IV
Durability: Class 3*
Radial Shrinkage: 4% (Green to 12% Mc)
Tangential Shrinkage: 9% (Green to 12% Mc)
*Durability classes are based on Australian Standards AS5604-2005 and all the relevant information in the standard. The heartwood of an individual piece of timber may vary from the species nominated.

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