Lining - standards and GOST

Lining is the most traditional finishing material for wooden buildings, widely used in construction for more than a decade.

Wooden lining

Wood has been and remains the most favorite material when choosing lining by consumers.

And this is not at all coincidental. Wood materials are distinguished by proven and time-proven properties, such as:

  • durability
  • ease and simplicity of processing
  • ease of external finishing, painting
  • noble appearance, especially when using precious woods

Standard lining sizes

The main parameters of lumber, in particular dimensions, are set by the following standards:

  • GOST 8242–88 Profile details made of wood for construction
  • GOST 8486–86 Softwood lumber
  • European industrial standard DIN 68126/86

The length during production is not strictly regulated by standards, in practical terms it is usually made in the range from 2.1 m to 6 m, which is more likely due to the conditions of convenience of packaging and transportation.

GOST 8242-88 sets the dimensions of wooden lining:

  1. in width within 45-120 mm
  2. in thickness within 13–16 mm

Dimensional deviations in width and thickness are allowed by no more than 1 mm. Deviation from straightness - no more than 3 mm per 1 m of length.

In the production of wooden lining, various types of wood are used from the most common, such as:

  • pine
  • aspen
  • linden
  • alder
  • larch
  • cedar

to exotic:

  • Abashi
  • ivory
  • iroko
  • hemlock, etc.

The dimensions of the lining are made of pine or spruce, commonly called "collective farm woman": width - 70-120, thickness - 19 mm.