Pine Pinaster


• Scientific name: Pinus pinaster Ait.
• Spanish: Maritime pine. P. Galician; P. resinero


Description of the wood

• Sapwood: Yellowish
white • Heartwood: Orange yellow
• Fiber: Straight
• Grain: Thick to medium
• Singularities: Healthy and saltadizos knots from medium to large, abundant. Juvenile wood. Resin bags and enteada wood


Sapwood: Impregnable
Heartwood: Little or not impregnable


• Sawing: Easy, except if you have excess resin
• Drying: Easy and Fast. Small risk of fendas and deformations. Rí©sin
exudations • Planning: Easy. Risk of rí©sin
dullness • Gluing: Problems if there is excess rí©sin
• Nailing and screwing: Needs predrillings.
• Finishing: Problems when there is a rí©sina. It is advisable to apply a background that homogenizes the wood.


• Rustic and youthful interior
furniture • Carpentry of holes and interior coverings: Doors, flooring, friezes, pre-fences and fences
• Carpentry of interior assembly. Laminated
wood • Decorative veneers and plywood
• Enlisted
board • Containers and packaging • Auxiliary construction (struts
. formwork)

Mechanical properties

• Resistance to static flexion 795 kg/cm2

• Elasticity module 74,000 kg/cm2

• Resistance to compression 400 kg/em2


- Marked color difference between heartwood and sapwood