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OUR INDOOR RANGE

Here in Bell Bay, we make a variety of timber products for internal use. For load bearing applications like wall frames and roof trusses, our Structural Framing is available in a wide range of sizes, lengths and grades; all made in Tasmania. For inside projects, we make dressed boards, lining boards, architraves and mouldings.

For outdoor projects you will need to use products from our Outdoor Treated Range.

Structural Framing

Not only is structural plantation pine a reliable, flexible and cost-effective way to build your homes’ structure, it is also the locally made, environmentally responsible choice. Every cubic metre of it used in your home, is storing 631kg of the greenhouse gas, CO2, removed from the atmosphere while the tree was growing.

You can be assured of a consistent quality too as all our Structural framing has been made with the latest high-tech equipment and graded in accordance with Australian Standards. It is the original engineered timber and it’s made in Tasmania from Tasmanian grown, sustainable plantation pine.

Use for: internal load bearing jobs

BENEFITS

  • Quality assured – Manufactured in accordance with Australian Standard 1748.1 in a high-tech mill
  • Easy to transport around site as it’s lightweight but has a high strength to weight ratio.
  • Easy to work with and adjust on-site

BENEFITS

Our Structural Framing Range
End-section Size (mm)GradeLength (m)
0.91.21.51.82.12.42.73.03.63.94.24.54.85.45.76.0
70×35MGP10
MGP12
90×35F5
MGP10
MGP12
120×35MGP10
MGP12
140×35MGP10
MGP12
190×35MGP10
70×45MGP10
90×45F5
MGP10
MGP12
140×45MGP10
MGP12
190×45MGP10
MGP12
240×45MGP10
Our Docked-to-Length (DTL) Studs Range – MGP Grade
End-section Size (mm)GradeLength (m)
2.3502.650
70×35MGP10
90×35MGP10
MGP12
90×45MGP10

WHERE TO BUY

Our products are available from local hardware stores and timber yards across the State. Click the button below to find the closest one to you. Every time you purchase a piece of Timberlink timber, you are helping to keep jobs in Tasmania.

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