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Verulam

Wet and dry timber Mr Steer, Chairman of BSI Committee B/525/5 - Structural use of timber writes: There has been increasing use of ‘wet wood’, i.e. timber with a moisture content exceeding 20% for situations where ‘dry wood’ (moisture content less than 20%) is intended (the majority of timber designs carried out to BS 5268 The structural use of timber employ dry exposure stress values). Verulam