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We transform the trunk into raw material for the parquet, furniture and wine industry, among others

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We manufacture solid and sawn wood for structural use: beams, joists, planks and boards.

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We mainly produce solid European oak planks for both interior and exterior, and to a lesser extent red oak, chestnut, beech, walnut, larch, lawson and pine

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As a result of the optimization of our production process, we generate bioenergy in the form of firewood, pellets, chips, sawdust and wood shavings.

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We manufacture auxiliary furniture and other accessories in solid wood for interior decoration.

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We have wood products for gardens and terraces: stakes, sleepers, swings, planters and oak and pine flooring for outdoor use.

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I foro de Bioeconomía Forestal del Sur de Europa

I foro de Bioeconomía Forestal del Sur de Europa

El I Foro de Bioeconomía del Sur de Europa, bajo el Proyecto H2020 "ROSEWOOD", se está celebrando en Valladolid del 8 al 10 de mayo de 2018. Organizado por la Junta de Castilla y León, el Instituto de Competitividad Empresarial (ICE) y la Fundación Cesefor, el foro quiere fomentar que la industria, la investigación y las administraciones relacionadas con el ámbito forestal debatan sobre los problemas de la bioeconomía en el marco de la estrategia europea.

QUESTION:

Is it the same to say that a wood is soft and smooth?

ANSWER:

↪ No. The terms smooth or soft and hard is not related to the hardness of the wood, since some softwoods such as Pine is harder and denser than a hardwood such as Balso.

QUESTION:

Are wooden structures vulnerable to the attack of fungi, termites or other insects?

ANSWER:

↪ The wood used for construction is previously treated with anti-humidity preparations, against fungi and xylophagous insects. Our laminated woods have a 10-14% humidity level. With this moisture content, the wood is virtually immune to insects and xylophagous fungi attacks. The classes of wood uses are defined in the UNE-335-2 standard that determines the types of use of wood depending on where it is installed and the risk of attacks by fungi and xylophagous insects.

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