Interfor Classic PINE BOARDS
Interfor Classic Pine Boards showcase a character grade of Pine machined to the highest finish quality on the market today. We start with Central Oregon’s finest Pine and process it with the latest state-of-the-art technology. The resulting boards have appearance grade attributes and impeccable finish quality. With a near-sanded finish and perfect eased edge, Interfor Classic Pine Boards represent great value in showcasing the classic pine look.
Best Choice for Value and Appearance
Interfor Classic Pine comes from Central Oregon, home to some of the finest Pine forests in North America. The wood has a distinct grain pattern, a beautiful knotty appearance and an appealing golden color, and each board is graded to suit customer needs.
The moulded micro-eased 1/16th-inch radius edge offers an impeccable finished look and feel that improves handling and is easier to finish. The boards supersede NLGA or WWPA grades with 50% less wane and 50% less allowable end split than a standard #3.
Best Choice for the Environment
Wood from responsible sources is by far the greenest choice for any building project, and Interfor meets the highest environmental standards. Our Pine products come from forests in Central Oregon that are selectively harvested, allowing young trees to reseed and mature naturally.
Best Choice for Quality and Performance
Interfor Classic Pine boards meet or exceed the highest grade specifications in their class thanks to state-of-the-art technology at Interfor’s sawmill in Gilchrist, Oregon. The amazing control and delicate handling of our new Weinig H5000 Highspeed Moulder achieves a finish quality on both faces and edges that is second to none.
Before they are wrapped, the boards are end-branded and grade stamped, and waxed on both ends. Custom packaging allows customers to buy smaller units and keep more of the product wrapped for protection.
Pine’s high strength-to-weight ratio and relatively straight grain make Interfor Classic Pine boards easy to work with, machining to a satin-like finish. They can be finished with paint, stain, lacquer or varnish, and paints and stains do not raise the grain.
Pine’s uniform cell structure and moderate shrinkage makes it ideal for work that requires close-fitting joints. It seasons beautifully with minimal splitting, cupping, or warping. Classic Pine boards are kiln dried and conditioned to an average MC of 13% so they are stable and easy to store.