- 25 x 100 mm
- 25 x 125 mm
- 25 x 150 mm
- 32 x 125 mm
- 32 x 150 mm
- 50 x 100 mm
- 50 x 125 mm
- 50 x 150 mm
Firewood in Crates
The wood species we use to make firewood are: Oak, Birch and Alder. Each log is cut into pieces of 25cm, split 4-6 times for 8-15 cm diameter and stacked into boxes (crates) or net bags.
We only distribute wood of the highest quality, namely certified Russian timber as well as Belarusian, Ukrainian and European timber. Our comprehensive product range allows us to meet most customer’s expectations. Firewood is packed into special wooden boxes (crates) which are easy to unload, move and store. For any other variations please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Firewood in Crates
|1.17 m³ crate||1.15m x 0.85m x 1.20m
56 crates in a 40` container
|1.96 m³ crate||1.15m x 0.85m x 2.00m
28 crates in a 40` container
|3.09 m³ crate||1.15m x 1.12m x 2.40m
20 crates in a 40` container
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£157.00 – £320.00
Basically, the timber has similar calorific value, only difference is the density. This value is the energy (expressed in kcal or Kilowatts), released by burning exactly 1m³ solid timber.
On the basis of density, the firewood species have their unique features. Oak or Birch firewood burns at highest temperature and it is most suitable for house heating in bigger boilers. For the Barbeque fireplace or Sauna, the most suitable is Birch. Alder firewood is burning at relatively low temperature; therefore it is safer for smaller furnaces to protect from cracking the chimney walls.
The heat value from different timber species you can calculate by comparing the heat value of solid timber and the density of timber. Example (based on average values): the 1m³ of solid Oak timber firewood is the same as 1.71m³ solid timbers of Pine, comparing the heat energy it generates.
Calorific value (kcal)
Heat energy (KW)
|Oak, Birch:2250 – 2500||2,65 – 2,93|
|Alder:1800 – 1900||2,15 – 2,21|
1m3 weight (kg) – 1000 kg volume (m³)
|Oak:||800 – 1,25|
|Birch:||710 – 1,41|
|Alder:||590 – 1,69|