Siberian Larch

Siberian Larch facade, flooring and roofing

Siberian Larch is a very special conifer. While becoming more popular, Siberian Larch is packed with both style and design as well as durability, strength and high quality.

Siberian Larch is mostly used in following applications:

  • Façade for private – and public buildings
  • Terraces and balconies
  • Roofing
  • Gardens and playgrounds
  • Boat landings and footbridges
  • Special structures in contact with the ground
  • Flooring

Due to Larch’s density, and a high tar- and resin content, Siberian larch is very durable even without treatment. In fact it’s one of the trees with best weatherproof qualities.

Siberian Larch

Characteristic properties:

  • Density 900-1100 kg/M3
  • Flexibility 54,1-79,9 MPa
  • Pressure 33,7-40,6 MPa
  • Tensile strength 78,8-90,2 MPa

Available dimensions:

  • Standard sawn timber: 25/32/50×100/125/150/175/200mm
  • Flooring with T&G (for indoors): 20×115/140mm
  • Planed timber: 20/25/45×95/120/145/170/195mm

 

Siberian Larch is one of the few old growth woods that are being harvested from a sustainable forest. The natural growth rate of Siberian Larch is five times more than the rate at which it is being harvested.

  • Since September 2002, Leitinger has been certified according to the criteria of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
  • The first operation in the European part of Russia to be certified according to FSC criteria was Leitinger’s plant in Madok.

 

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