NZS 3631:1988 New Zealand timber grading rules - SPONSORED

Abbreviation
NZS 3631:1988
Valid from
30/06/1988

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard


Description

This Standard establishes visual grading rules for the selection of timber into quality classes.

The four types of grades specified are:

  1. appearance grades, for finishing and other uses;
  2. cutting grades, for short clear lengths;
  3. structural grades, primarily for strength and
  4. stiffness; and box grades.

For approval of species and grades for particular building applications refer to NZS 3602.

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NZS 3631:1988 New Zealand timber grading rules - SPONSORED

Description

This Standard establishes visual grading rules for the selection of timber into quality classes.

The four types of grades specified are:

  1. appearance grades, for finishing and other uses;
  2. cutting grades, for short clear lengths;
  3. structural grades, primarily for strength and
  4. stiffness; and box grades.

For approval of species and grades for particular building applications refer to NZS 3602.

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NZS 3631:1988 New Zealand timber grading rules - SPONSORED
Description

This Standard establishes visual grading rules for the selection of timber into quality classes.

The four types of grades specified are:

  1. appearance grades, for finishing and other uses;
  2. cutting grades, for short clear lengths;
  3. structural grades, primarily for strength and
  4. stiffness; and box grades.

For approval of species and grades for particular building applications refer to NZS 3602.

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NZS 3631:1988 New Zealand timber grading rules - SPONSORED

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