29 Jun. 1990|
Baltic plywood sizes,plans for workbench with storage,blueprints characters free download - For Outdoors
The Baltic birch is graded as a B-BB, which means that one face, B, will be a whole face, no splices, have no patches (plugs that are used to cover defects) but may contain knot pattern or mineral streaks. Since the late 19th Century one of the main uses of Birch is for high quality plywood that is widely used for furniture, construction, toys, vehicle building, packaging and today high-tech wind turbine blades.
From an Environmental Perspective, Birch is an abundant species found in the forests of the northern hemisphere being widespread across Russia and most of Northern Europe, in particular Finland and countries bordering the Baltic.
Waste timber and residue at plywood mills is used for boiler fuel and helps create additional energy for small towns.