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Manager of Chongqing Chensen Building Materials Co., Ltd.: 13452108775
Address: Building 10, Building 11, 3rd District, Zengjia Timber Market, Shapingba District, Chongqing, China Website:

Chongqing Chensen Building Materials Co., Ltd. is a new enterprise with many years of experience in the timber market, combined with the changing needs of the modern market, and its transformation is to expand the imported materials market and develop into imported decorative materials and building materials. , the first-class supplier of furniture materials.

The company's current main products are SPF (Spruce Spruce-Pine Pine-Fir Fir), Southern Pine, Yellow Cedar, Ash, Chilean Pine, Brazilian Pine, European Red Pine, European Spruce, etc. Specifications Thickness 38*Width 89 /140/184/235/286* Length 1830/2130/2440/3050/3660/4270/4880/5490/6100, etc. (in mm), drying planer dry material and semi-dry material, can also process all kinds of keel strips , sofa strips, decorative strips, etc. The products on the Ali platform are: SPF sheet, southern pine, yellow cedar, ash, Chile pine, Brazilian pine, and various processing strips, which can be divided into different prices according to grades and specifications.

The company's current stocks include: southern pine, SPF, Douglas fir, yellow cedar, hemlock, and twisted pine. Their morphological characteristics and main values are as follows:

Southern sapwood is nearly white to pale yellow, orange-white, with obvious heartwood, pale reddish brown or light brown. Contains more resin and clear growth wheel. Bay oil pine early material belt is wider, short-leaf pine is narrower, and the transition between early and late timber changes rapidly. Thin-walled tissue and wood rays are invisible, with longitudinal and transverse resin channels and a distinct resin odor. The wood texture is straight but uneven. It is the strongest material in the cork tree species, is not susceptible to collision damage and is extremely wear-resistant, and has good nail holding ability. Widely used in various types of structural and architectural applications under various conditions. For example, outdoor landscape facilities, etc., is known as "the world's top structural materials." The storage should be ventilated and sun exposure should be avoided as much as possible.

SPF is the abbreviation of spruce-pine-fir, which is a combination of the main commercial softwood species from Canada. The wood grain is straight and the texture is fine; the heart material is milky white, light yellow or light brown, the sapwood is milky white; the material is soft, the quality is light, the durability is excellent, the warp is not easy to be deformed; the nail performance is good; the glue, the color and the upper The performance of the paint is good; mainly used in construction, mill utensils, panes, doors, wood, paneling, cabinetry, ordinary furniture, toys, crafts, musical instrument components, jewelry boxes, boxes, bats, veneers , dowels and templates. Mainly applicable: concrete formwork blank formwork, house frame, floor joists and wall components, inclined beams or structural materials, partition angles, jigsaws, indoor wire panels, slabs, bookshelves, interior siding, laminates and Packaging materials, etc., can be used to make trays, mat boards, and boxes.

Douglas fir sapwood is light in color and narrow in width. Heartwood varies from yellow to reddish brown. Douglas fir is one of Canada's strongest commercial softwoods. It has high hardness and high abrasion resistance. It is suitable for wear and tear as a factor, such as brackets, bridge components, wooden houses and commercial buildings. It has excellent strength and weight and is suitable for the production of wooden frames used in residential buildings, small commercial buildings, multi-storey buildings and industrial buildings. In addition, it has a high modulus of elasticity. Its value is particularly suitable for use in structural parts and heavy-duty wood structures, and is also widely used in wood piles, railway sleepers, sawmills, warehouses and other areas where structural performance is important. As a hard and stable wood, Douglas Fir can be used to build wood frames for light and heavy construction.

Yellow cedar, also known as Cork, Astragalus, and Alaska cedar (Chamaecyparisnootkatensis), grows in the coastal areas of the western slopes of the BC Coast Mountains in Alaska, Canada, and nearby islands, rarely forming forests alone, usually scattered or in groups of Pacific fir and western hemlock grow together. Cork trees are medium in size and are rare but very beautiful trees. They are tough and strong, extremely durable, and are known for their slow growth and long life. Ideal for use in locations where high strength or natural durability is required. They are commonly used to build outdoor bridges, deckings, bottom planks, stairs, and beautification of the courtyard. Cork is also often found in environmentally sensitive areas, such as reservoir decks and railway sleepers that span water flow, as chemically treated products cannot be used in these locations. Cork is able to withstand traffic and load shocks due to its strength, hardness, stability, durability and excellent wear resistance without causing

Uplift or cracking. Due to its smooth wear resistance, weather resistance and long service life, Cork is sometimes used to make seats for outdoor sports facilities.

The European spruce is also known as the Norwegian spruce, which is a spruce and a pine plant. Evergreen trees; bark thin, scaly; branches usually rotating; leaves linear, spirally arranged, usually quadrangular, with a striate line on each side, or sometimes flat, only with white stomata above, European spruce tree It is straight and densely planted. It can be planted in the courtyard or planted. In January 2014, scientists at Umea University in Sweden discovered the world's oldest tree, the European spruce, in a mountain range in central Sweden. Its roots are already 9,500 years old and continue to grow. Three commercially important spruces in British Columbia are Ingman Spruce, Western White Spruce, and Western Plus Spruce. In general, spruce is light in color. Mostly white to light yellow, the difference between sapwood and heartwood is small. The growth wheel has a lighter shape, and the grain is usually vertical, non-permeable, and fine to medium.

Uses: Ingman spruce and western spruce are part of the spruce-pine-hemlock (SPF) species and are widely used for both structural and non-structural uses. Western plus spruce is used for shipbuilding due to ease of molding and bonding. Because of its excellent quality, it is also used as a soundboard for grand pianos, acoustic guitars and other stringed instruments. Due to the high strength of steel components of the same weight, the Canadian spruce is also used to construct the flight module components. It is almost odorless and tasteless, so it is suitable for food storage and processing.