Visual Strength Grading
Last week Tim attended a Visual Strength Grading – Hardwood course. The course was run by Exova and was a practical 3 day course to grade hardwoods.
Visual strength grading is the process of assessing timbers by reference to a grading standard which defines limiting characteristics that can be determined by visual inspection. These include knot size and position, fissures, distortion, wane, slope of grain, rot/insect damage plus a range of other abnormalities that can affect strength.
Tim passed his course so can now grade the timbers from Treelife's own sawmill for building projects.
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