Lumber Used in Packaging

Applicable standards and regulations allow a whole range of tree species, both coniferous and deciduous, to be used in the packaging industry. In the case of atypical wood packaging, the list of lumber types is in reality reduced to only a few basic types. The reasons are especially price and availability in the area.

 


Spruce

This is the most frequent lumber used for pallets and packaging. It is used both for load-bearing structural components in stringers and laths as well as for sheet material, in planks.


Plywood

This is a large-area material that consists of an odd number of veneers joined together with phenol-formaldehyde glue with their grain at right angles. It is usually made from spruce and pine; also from birch, poplar, or alder.


OSB boards

This material is made by joining oriented strands in three layers with water-resistant synthetic resins under high pressure and temperature.


QSB boards

A more economical variation of the OSB board. This material is made by joining wood strands in a single layer with water-resistant synthetic resins under high pressure and temperature.


DURELIS

This material is made by joining oriented strands in three layers with water-resistant synthetic resins under high pressure and temperature. Unlike OSB boards, it is surface-treated for higher resistance to weather.

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