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Impregnated Pine Poles & Fences

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Type Impregnated pine poles and fences
Core material Solid wood
Solid wood type European Softwood
Species Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Scots Pine
Short description - end use Giardino - Garden


Quantity 100000 m3 Spot - 1 time Convert
Dimensions various
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    Poles and fences for garden use. Class 3 and 4 autoclave impregnation.

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