You are viewing applications of RedWood Pine
You are viewing applications of RedWood Pine
You are viewing applications of RedWood Pine
You are viewing applications of RedWood Pine
You are viewing applications of RedWood Pine
You are viewing applications of RedWood Pine

What is Pine Wood?

Pine or Red Pine is a simple wood with a subtle grain pattern. According to soft wood suppliers in India, it’s amber in color with brown streaks. As a result, most woodworkers prefer knotty pine for cabinets, trim, and specialty projects. Knotty pine is characterized by knots, swirls, flaws, and color variations. It’s ideal for cabinets, furniture, and trims with intricate features that add character to the project. The majority of cabinet makers use plywood to construct their cabinets.

The Northern Hemisphere is home to the softwood pine. It has become one of the most cost-effective building materials due to its widespread availability. Pine is one of the most commonly used domestic softwoods, with uses including paper manufacturing, mouldings, construction lumber, furniture, floors, and cabinets. Redwood pine is straightforward to machine, saw, and nail according to wood suppliers in India. It has good glueing and finish retention properties. Redwood Pine is frequently used in applications where high moisture levels with other types of wood are an issue. Due to its lightweight nature, however, it is unsuitable for heavy structural work.


According to soft wood dealers in India, it is very easy to work with, but it causes blunting of cutting equipment. Teak wood finishes and glues well despite the presence of natural oils. To remove excess oils, it may be necessary to wipe it with a solvent.


Red Pine wood is sustainable because it captures carbon during its rapid growth and stores it in long-lasting pine furniture. Furthermore, because pine trees are widely distributed in the United States (and Europe), the transportation of pine wood has a lower carbon footprint than more exotic, imported woods.

Common Uses

Boat building, exterior construction, veneer, furniture, carving, turnings, and other small wood projects are all done with this wood.

Our Red Pine sawn timber collection includes the following products:

  • Hand-selected and re-graded lumber in a variety of sizes
  • Kiln dried to a maximum moisture content of 15%
  • All four sides are surfaced with edged edges
  • AOrigin: Europe
  • Sizes:
    • 18mm x 100mm
    • 19mm x 90mm/140mm
    • 21.5mm x 105mm/110mm
    • 22mm x 100mm
    • 27mm x 105mm/120mm
    • 30mm x 105mm/120mm
    • 38mm x 89mm/140mm/150mm/200mm/225mm
    • 45mm x 90mm/95mm//105mm/120mm/204mm
    • 50mm x 150mm/200mm
    • 63mm x 150mm/200mm
  • Other dimensions available on request


Tree Size

100-130 ft (30-40 m) tall

Trunk Diameter

3-5 ft (1-1.5 m)

Janka Hardness

1,070 lbf (4,740 N)

Average Dried Weight

41 lbs/ft3 (655 kg/m3)


Mild, leathery odor during cutting




The texture is coase and uneven, with a low to moderate natural luster level.


The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species does not include this species.


Termite and rot resistance that is naturally occurring.


Termite and rot resistance that is naturally occurring.




Costly as a result of increased government regulation.

Interested in discussing your project? Let’s discuss!

Phone – : +91 99920 23769 , +91 97277 95221
Email – : [email protected]
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