Northern European / Baltic White Oak
We offer Northern European and Baltic birch from the Northern European and Baltic regions (Betula Pendula and Betula Verrucosa), also called European Silver birch, it is the most notable species growing in Northern European and Baltic Countries. The wood of this birch is white with a yellowish or reddish tinge. Annual layers in this wood are hardly noticeable. Medullary rays are visible only in strictly radial sections.
Northern European / Baltic Birch
We offer Northern European and Baltic birch from the Northern European and Baltic regions (Betula Pendula and Betula Verrucosa), also called European Silver birch, it is the most notable species growing in Northern European and Baltic Countries The wood of this birch is white with a yellowish or reddish tinge. Annual layers in this wood are hardly noticeable. Medullary rays are visible only in strictly radial sections.
And Pattern Designs
A Finger Joint Board is a time-honored practice also understood as a comb joint, a woodworking joint tying two pieces of wood together. It is constructed by cutting a set of complementary interlocking profiles in two pieces of wood that are glued together; a good finger joint can make that joint even more robust. So it is invariably beneficial to create a joint.
Today, there are various types of finger joints, all used for diverse purposes in woodworking. Typical reasons finger joint boards are custom created are for securing furniture, wood flooring, frames, and even structures. Other applications in which the finger joint can be beneficial when making baseboards, molding, or trim and can be utilized in such specialties as floorboards and door construction. Yet, without some experience, constructing each wood joint and understanding what they are for is not something you will know with a quick study.
The cross-sections of the joint resemble the interlocking of fingers between two hands, hence the name “finger joint.” The sides of each profile extend the surface area for gluing, resulting in a stronger bond than a butt joint but not as attractive looking. Finger joints are commonly mistaken for box joints, used for boxes’ corners or box-like constructions.
Express Forest Products utilize primers manufactured to our specifications by FMI, the leading manufacturer of exterior coatings.
Our FMI exterior coatings have evolved as essential part in our furnishing of lumber priming in the industry with the most environmentally suitable coatings available, including low VOC oil primers and even zero VOC 100% acrylic primers and finish coats. The largest priming operations use FMI line of coatings in North America. Their products can be located everywhere, from local lumber yards to big box stores.
The C recommended brush coat system is applied for total coverage, then sent through an Air Sonic system for leveling and smoothing.
It is applied using a state-of-the-art AMD vacuum coat system for a soft, consistent finish on all four sides.
Premium Latexover Oil, the most attractive, elegant finish on the market.
Per your requirements, our primed finger joint products may be top coated using any 100% premium acrylic paint. However, we recommend applying a top coat within several months of product installation for the best results.
We can Deliver To any of your Specifications.
- All orders are paper wrapped for special protection.
- Mixed Grain
- Moisture content – KD 10 – 12% typical