Area: Woodworking Industry
Booth No: G33
Beech is an important and widely-used hardwood in Europe. Its hardness, wear-resistance, strength, and excellent bending capabilitiescoupled with its low pricemake this hardwood a mainstay for many European woodworkers. Depending on soil conditions, European Beech can grow to very large sizes, and wide, long lumber is commonly available for use.
European beech can be found all over Europe. It has a wide spread and the adult trees reach heights between 25-40 m.
The European beech comes to maturity after about 30 years and their average life is 200 years. The trees that are used for manufacturing are harvested after reaching the age of 90 years. Due to the fact that beech has such a wide range, it can be harvested from a multitude of areas in Europe.
European beech is a perishable wood and due to this property it is recommended to be used only indoors, with the risk of mold and/or pests.
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