Lining - standards and GOST
Lining is the most traditional finishing material for wooden buildings, widely used in construction for more than a decade.
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:
- 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:
- in width within 45-120 mm
- 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:
- hemlock, etc.
The dimensions of the lining are made of pine or spruce, commonly called "collective farm woman": width - 70-120, thickness - 19 mm.