Strength Reliability and Performance

GoodWood SUPA 17™ hardwood timber is a range of seasoned hardwood structural products manufactured from A17 grade Victorian Ash. Visually stress graded in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 2082, SUPA 17™ is externally audited to ensure product compliance and is ideal where high strength to weight ratio is required.

Applications

  • Bearers
  • Counter beams
  • Floor joists
  • Hanging beams
  • Intermediate beams
  • All truss applications
  • Lintels
  • Rafters
  • Strutting beams
  • Wall studs
  • Underpurlins

Features and Benefits

  • Straightness
  • Stability
  • Strength
  • Lenghts
  • Quality Assurance
  • Sustainable, AFS/PEFC ceritifed resource
  • Cost efficiency
  • Easy handling – pencil round edges
  • Ready availability
  • Lyctus resistant
  • Treated H2 & H3 or untreated

Rigorous external quality audits, greater spanning and nail holding ability makes GoodWood SUPA 17™ hardwood timber superior to traditional F17 and LVL.

Standards

Complies with the following Australian Standards

AS2082 – 2007 Visually stress graded hardwood for structural purposes
AS1604.1 – 2010 Specification for preservative treatment/sawn and round
AS1684.2 – 2010 Residential Timber Framed construction design criteria
AS – NZ4063 – 2010 Timber stress graded in grade strength and stiffness evaluation

Joint Group

GoodWood SUPA 17 hardwood timber has a Joint Group and Strength Group classification of JD3 and SD3.

H2 Tru-Core Treated

Approved for use throughout Austraia including the Tropic of Capricorn.

  • Non toxic, red treatment colour
  • Pyrethoids, Treated to H2 as per AS 1604.1 2010
  • Suitable for both interior and protected above ground applications
  • Available in solid up to 5.4m (See Supalam for longer lengths)
  • Dressed sizes, straight lined edge
  • Lengths from 900mm – 5.4m in 300mm increments
  • 35mm and 45mm dressed pencil round
  • Window sills available in H3

Dressed Sizes

3545

Width (mm) Thickness(mm)
70
90
120
140
170
190
220
240
290
Width (mm) 70 90 120 140 170 190 220 240 290
Thickness(mm) 35
45

Where can I buy Victorian Ash Structural timber? click one of the following links:

Victoria

Belmont Timber
Hazelwood & Hill
Van Steensel Timbers

3 Comments

  • Gerrry says:

    Can Vic ash be used as Facia boards?

    • ASH says:

      Vic Ash can be used as facia in 2 ways.
      1 – in the upcoming H3 treated clear – which will make it super durable externally
      2 – in untreated providing you are prepared to paint every year or two. without this, the appearance will deteriorate

  • Michael says:

    Where can I buy your product in brisbane QLD? Bunnings used to stock but no longer

    Michael

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