Welcome to Tori Timber – we are timber merchants based in Baltics. We have years of experience in sawn-timber and roundwood export.
We have been supplying the best service with no hassle sales for nearly 10 years.
We sell quality products. With knowledgeable friendly staff we are certain we can provide you with all your timber requirements.
We perform in harmony with environment .Sustainable forest management ensures that forest resources are preserved to meet the needs of future generations. We Tori Timber care
Tori has a long successful history in the wood products industry. We offer many products and services in the wood industry.
Pallet timber or elements for wooden pallets (pallet boards or components, bearers and blocks) and packaging timber is our main field.
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Sawn timber is the general name for wood sawn on at least four sides. End-use areas are building and furniture sector.
Birch timber (lumber) is used mostly in furniture industry. We offer edged and unedged timber.
We offer Saw logs, pulpwood and firewood.
We produce wood chips for power and pellet plants. Chips are made from firewood.
Sawdust or wood dust is a by-product of cutting, grinding, drilling, sanding, or otherwise pulverizing wood or any other material with a saw or other tool.
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Special chemical treatment protects mould and blue stain. Only environmental-friendly products are used.
To protect the wood, we treat it with Sinesto B or Arlat. The wood is immersed in a bath for 15 minutes.
Timber drying reduces the moisture content of wood before its use. When the drying is done in a kiln, the product is known as kiln-dried (KD) timber or lumber.
We dry softwood, as we all as hardwood. Possible is drying 8…18% +/- 2%.
To ensure that the threat of bugs has been eliminated the most common form of treatment of wooden packaging is heat treatment.
A heat treatment kiln must treat the packaging for a minimum period of 30 minutes at a constant temperature of 56oC at the core of the wood.
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