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Western Hemlock

Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) and Amabilis Fir (Abies amabilis) are two species logged and marketed together as Hem/Fir.

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Thickness
Grade
Width
Lengths
Region: North America
4/4
C&btr 10/15% D
4",5",6",8"
7-20'
5/4
C&btr 10/15% D
4",5",6",8"
7-20'
8/4
C&btr 10/15% D
4",5",6",8"
7-20'
Region: Europe
19mm
85/15 Clear
100mm
7'-16'
6/4
85/15 Clear
4"
7-20'
8/4
85/15 Clear
4"
7-20'
76mm
85/15 Clear
90mm/102mm/125mm/150mm
7-20'
84mm
85/15 Clear
90mm/95mm
7-20'
3"
85/15 Clear
4" wider
7-20'
Region: Asia
4-1/4"
C&btr Clear
4-1/4"
7-13' (4.0M)
116mm
C&btr Clear
116mm
7-13' (4.0M)
125mm
C&btr Clear
125mm
7-13' (4.0M)

Western Hemlock

Western Hemlock is light in colour with a pinkish to reddish-brown colour. Sapwood and heartwood are not distinct. It has a straight even grain with a fine texture. The wood is moderately hard and strong with good strength. This species is slightly resistant to decay.

Hemlock dries slowly, holds its shape and exhibits little tendency to check. Machines well, sands smooth, excellent gluing ability. It paints and stains very well.

Benefits of Using Western Hemlock:

  • Excellent for machining and sanding purposes
  • Considered a high-grade softwood
  • Very little variation in grain or color
  • Easy to stain and match to other woods
  • Resistant to splintering and denting
  • Provides a natural color for interiors and finishing work
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