German Spruce

The colours range from creamy white to light yellow and to red-brown. Its heartwood is not distinct from its sapwood.

General Details

The colours range from creamy white to light yellow and to red-brown. Its heartwood is not distinct from its sapwood. The grains are in straight patterns, and the texture is thin and regular. Resin canals are common. The wood is soft, low in weight and has medium density.

It is slightly resistant to non resistant to decay. It is a easy wood to work upon are there are fewer knots present. It glues and finishes well due to its close pore structure.

Imported from Germany, Spruce is also called Whitewood.

Uses
  • It is the most important building and construction timber in Europe.
  • Packaging
  • Decorative Plywood
  • Decorative Veneer
  • Domestic Flooring
  • Factory Flooring
  • General Carpentry
  • Interior Construction
  • External Joinery
  • Spruce wood from Central and Eastern Europe shows exceptional resonance qualities and is used for musical instruments like soundboards of pianos and bellies of violins and guitars.

Sizes Available

per customers requirements