Douglas-Fir

The Douglas fir, also referred to as Douglas spruce or Oregon pine, hails from the western part of North America. It can grow to heights of close to 100 m, making it one of the tallest tree species in the world.

One of the tallest tree species in the world

[Translate to 1_EN:] Douglasie

The tall conifer is cone-shaped and has an exceptionally straight trunk which can reach a diameter of 4 metres at the base.

Properties and uses of Douglas fir

Douglas fir has low swelling and shrinkage properties. The wood is rather soft, coarse-grained, tough, durable and weather-resistant. Inside, it is used for floors and stairs, outside its usages are many: from ship decks, railway sleepers and cladding to bridges, railings, terrace and balcony surfaces as well as window constructions.

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