timber weight

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  1. tate

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    hi all
    could someone tell me how much does a c16 or c24 6x2 weighs per metre..?
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    hi
    its imported kiln dried c16 regularised PEFC treated..from travis perkins..
    this help?
     
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    forgot to add...i think its redwood
     
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    Without being to technical.
    There is no difference in weight between C16 and C24. Very much doubt that it is Redwood. Probably German, European or home grown Whitewood.
    P.E.F.C stands for Programme for the enforcement of forest certification.
    C16 47x150 Kiln dried regularised eased edge fine sawn, will weigh in at approx 3.2kg lin metre. Moisture content to be approx 23%
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    Travis Perkins, SHOULD have the answer to this.
     
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    thanks for the replies

    i tried finding out on travis website.. nothing.. but i knew it be easier finding out on this forum..
     
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