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Scaffoldwood 30 cm wide

Scaffold wood is sawn from the wood types spruce and pine. These wood species are not very thick. Therefore a scaffolding board 30 cm wide is often not feasible. Scaffoldwood 30 cm wide will not be produced, because the thickness of the trunk does not allow it. Scaffolding boards 30 cm wide are also rarely sold, so it is not worthwhile for a sawmill to specialise in this.


Scaffoldwood 30 cm wide is also not recommended. Scaffolding wood 30 cm wide will quickly peel off. In wood, the ratio of thickness to width should always be in good proportion. Even with a thickness of 10 cm, scaffolding wood 30 cm wide will not remain straight.


The employees of Hardwood Discount have years of experience in producing and selling Tropical and European hardwood. We offer only scaffolding wood in dimensions that remain beautiful. You and we have nothing to gain if wood is warped or twisted. With the wrong width and thickness ratio of wood, this is an undeniable problem. That is why we do not offer scaffolding boards with a width of 30 centimetres. We deliberately choose a good ratio between width and thickness: 3 cm thick and 20 cm wide.

This way, you as a customer are guaranteed top quality.

What are the wrong dimensions for scaffolding wood?

Scaffolding wood 2 cm thick with a width of 15 or 20 cm has a wrong thickness x width ratio, scaffolding wood 2 cm thick should not be wider than 10 cm.

Scaffoldwood 25 cm wide is fine, provided that the thickness is not thinner than 8 cm. Scaffolding wood 25 cm wide with a thickness of 8 cm, will not be marketable in practice.

Scaffolding planks which are 5 cm thick must be 15 or 20 cm wide. Scaffolding planks 5 cm thick - This is just not a standard trade size. So we do not carry this size.

Scaffolding planks 30 cm wide have already been explained above. Scaffolding planks which are 30 cm wide will only remain straight if they are at least 10 cm thick.