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  1. Wood

  2. The definitionof wood is: trunks, branches and roots of trees and bushes without surface contextures (and usuallywithout marrow). Wood

  3. Deviations from normal condition or components, that influencie its use negatively. This includes damage caused by the parasitic organisms ( mold ), insects. The biggest pests are carpenter mushrooms- e.g. dry rot. They interferecellulose, lignin and cause wood rot, it means that the wood losesstrenght and decays. Mistakes and pestsofwood

  4. The wood is a naturalbuilding material, which doesn´t damagethe healthofpeople, and for its excellent features and benefits has an excellent reputation in the construction industry, proven by many generations. timberwood

  5. Timber board, squarelumber, lumberwithhalf-edges, smalllumber TYPES OF PRODUCTSMADE ofWOOD

  6. NorwaySpruce Kindsofwoodusableforconstructionofenergy plus house

  7. Sprucesare long-lived, mostlyreachingages of 350 years. It is a large, fast-growing evergreen coniferoustree growing to 35-55 m tall and with a trunk diameter of up to 1-1,5 m. The shoots are orange-brown and glabrous (hairless). The tallest measured Norway Spruce, 63 mtall, SutjeskaNational Park, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Basicinformationaboutspruce

  8. Silverfir

  9. In ourconditionsthesilverfirisabout400 - 450 yearsold. It is a large evergreen coniferoustree growing to 40–50 m tall and with a trunk diameter of up to 1,5 m. The largest measured tree was 68 m tall and had a trunk diameter of 3,8 m. It occurs at altitudes of 300-1,700 m , in mountains with a rainfall per yearover 1,000 mm. Basicinformationaboutsilverfir

  10. Pinetree

  11. Pines are evergreen, coniferous resinous trees growing 3–80 m tall, with the majority of species reaching 15–45 m tall. Pines are long-lived, typically reaching ages of 100–1,000 years, some even more. An older tree, unfortunately now cut down, was dated at 4,900 years old. Basicinformationaboutpinetree

  12. Wood glueis adhesive used to tightly bond pieces of wood together. Many substances have been used as glues. WOOD GLUE

  13. Calculationoftimberneeds

  14. Thanksforyourattention