H3 Treated Pine Outdoor Timber Framing MGP 10 70 x 45mm - Linear Metre

I/N: 9001023
$2.99
Per 1 Linear Metre Price correct as at Sat 19 Aug 2017 2:09:16 PM
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Product Description

H3 Structural Treated pine is for external above ground structural use. Each piece of H3 structural timber is treated for borers, termites and is able to be subjected to moderate wetting in a well ventilated area for up to 20 years. Please refer to your local building codes and regulations for required treatment types and levels. Common uses for H3 Structural pine are decking sub floor, pergolas and fencing.

  • Sourced from leading manufacturers in Australia and globally
  • Kiln dried
  • Environmentally sustainable
  • Complies to Australian standards AS/NZS 1748

Product Details

Material
H3 Treated Pine Outdoor Timber Framing MGP 10
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:70 H:45
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:70 H:45
Timber species
Pine
Structural Grade
MGP 10
Treatment Type
H3 Treated
Common Uses
Outdoor Timber Framing

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