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The Siberian Larch has a much lighter timber than most exotic timbers used outdoors, but thanks to its characteristics it can successfully be applied in small garden architecture. The Siberian Larch timber is light and with 12% humidity level its thickness amounts to 590 kg/m3. Compared to the European Larch, its timber has similar average shrinkage levels, implying an average tendency to shrink and moderate tendency to bend. The mechanical properties of the Siberian Larch timber are better than those of the European Larch. Its resistance to pressure along fibres amounts on average to 65 MPa, whereas in the case of the European Larch
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Advantageous resistance parameters have made the material successful both in interior and outdoor applications. The factor determining the usefulness of the Siberian Larch for the production of lumber, and then semi-finished products, is the impact of timber defects such as knobbiness, uneven surface, cracks, etc. A considerable part of larch tree stands growing in unfavourable climatic and soil conditions (mostly in the Eastern Siberia) has serious defects, among other things, decay, irregularly shaped trunks, knobbiness. The Siberian Larch, originating from there, is used mainly in chemical processing. In Poland the Siberian Larch timber is most frequently applied in small garden architecture, more specifically pergolas, arbours, and fences. In recent years it has become a popular material for outside elevations and for window manufacture in the form of the so called square timber and elements applied in terrace construction, the so called ground beams and terrace boards.   
Magdalena Szczsna, Agnieszka Jankowska

Difficult to impregnate 

The Siberian Larch has a much lighter timber than most exotic timbers used outdoors, but thanks to its characteristics it can successfully be applied in small garden architecture. The Siberian Larch timber is light and with 12% humidity level its thickness amounts to 590 kg/m3. Compared to the European Larch, its timber has similar average shrinkage levels, implying an average tendency to shrink and moderate tendency to bend. The mechanical properties of the Siberian Larch timber are better than those of the European Larch. Its resistance to pressure along fibres amounts on average to 65 MPa, whereas in the case of the European Larch Advantageous resistance parameters have made the material successful both in interior and outdoor applications. The factor determining the usefulness of the Siberian Larch for the production of lumber, and then semi-finished products, is the impact of timber defects such as knobbiness, uneven surface, cracks, etc. A considerable part of larch tree stands growing in unfavourable climatic and soil conditions (mostly in the Eastern Siberia) has serious defects, among other things, decay, irregularly shaped trunks, knobbiness. The Siberian Larch, originating from there, is used mainly in chemical processing. In Poland the Siberian Larch timber is most frequently applied in small garden architecture, more specifically pergolas, arbours, and fences. In recent years it has become a popular material for outside elevations and for window manufacture in the form of the so called square timber and elements applied in terrace construction, the so called ground beams and terrace boards.