BS EN 1316-1:2012 - Hardwood round timber. Qualitative classification. Oak and beech
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BS EN 1316-1:2012

Hardwood round timber. Qualitative classification. Oak and beech

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : March 2013



This European Standard specifies a qualitative classification and grade designations for felled round timber of oak and beech presented in the form of long poles or logs. The classifications describe quality classes of round timbers for which the intended use is not known. The classification applies for the following species: Oaks, Quercus sessiliflora SALISB. (or Quercus petraea LIEBL.), Quercus robur L. (or Quercus pedunculata EHRH.) and Beech (Fagus sylvatica L).

Standard NumberBS EN 1316-1:2012
TitleHardwood round timber. Qualitative classification. Oak and beech
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 March 2013
Confirm Date28 June 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 1311, EN 1310, EN 844-1:1995, EN 1309-2, EN 844-10:1998, EN 844-5:1997, EN 844-8:1997, EN 844-7:1997, EN 844-2:1997
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS EN 1316-1:1997
International RelationshipsEN 1316-1:2012
Draft Superseded By09/30211233 DC
DescriptorsVisual inspection (testing), Dimensions, Wood, Oak (wood), Classification systems, Hardwoods, Grades (quality), Wood defects, Designations, Beech (wood), Logs
Title in FrenchBois ronds feuillus. Classement qualitatif. Chêne et hêtre
Title in GermanLaub-Rundholz. Qualitäts-Sortierung. Eiche und Buche
ISBN978 0 580 69386 1
File Size935 KB

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