Sawn timber

Sawn timber is the raw material for further processing. It’s about Robinia logs that are sawn in a longitude direction in a frame saw or in a band saw. As blockware, the trunks are provided with seasoning stickers and packed together as a single trunk again. As loose boards, only the "nice ones" are put together. We provide timber in three variants: fresh, in furniture quality and kiln dried in furniture or window quality.

Square timber

Square timber is wood cut in both directions that is used especially for substructures, but also for playground equipment. The Robinia square timber mostly contains the core, i.e. the middle of the trunk, this way it warps less. In return, it breaks somewhat more often. We offer square timber in two base qualities: fresh, unplaned – small cracks or rots can be contained here; and fresh, planed in higher wood quality.

Additionally we offer finger-jointed square timber that is available in longer lengths, too. Only best quality wood is processed here.

Slats and boards

The massive Robinia slats and boards are used mostly in places where both high durability and static requirements are needed. So Robinia boards are used e.g. at the decking of terraces or at the construction of outdoor furniture. Robinia bank strips are the pricy but beautiful royal class of slats. Bank strips must not contain any "defects", the crop of bank strips per trunk is merely 5%.

After years of research and development work, we have enhanced procedures that allow us to offer finger-jointed Robinia products: boards having a length between 3 and 6 m are composed from high-value robinia elements.


Natural palisades are used in a very versatile way: in the playground equipment industry, they form usually the earthbound pieces, props and posts. In garden landscaping they are processed to rows of palisades; the large diameters (we supply up to ca. 40 cm) are also used as seating logs or balance beams.

Selected logs, that are neither too warped nor too straight, are measured at the top, i.e. thinner end, and sorted based on diameters in the classes 8-12cm, 10-14cm, 12-16cm, etc. They are either only debarked or additionally sanded, as the customers require. In the „royal class“, after debarking, the sapwood is milled off and then the log is sanded. The advantage of this is that the beautiful colour of the heartwood is emphasised.

We supply palisades also in special forms, e.g. bifurcations or even whole trees, in extreme cases with root plates. Another special form is the cylindrically milled palisade.


For the indoor area, we offer flooring strips and lamellas for parquet producers. Our pre-cut parts for the parquet industry are the foundation for an "eternal Robinia floor". The wood usually doesn’t have larger knots or sapwood. Smaller knots and growth abnormalities make the texture of the wood special and the floor, a unique spectacle.

We offer dark damped strips, too: Robinia is heated to more than 100 degrees in a special chamber under light pressure and saturated water vapours, and kept under these conditions for several days. We produce strips in high quantities for the European parquet industry.

The very large dimensions (over approx. 170mm x 1600mm) are usually freshly cut to lamellas ca. 7 to 10mm wide, and undergo an appropriate industrial treatment afterwards.

Window scantlings

Robinia window scantlings stand out due to their special technical characteristics such as high strength, high bearing capacity, and utmost resistance against climatic conditions. Thereby windows don’t need to be repainted for protection purposes even after 10 or 15 years.

Currently we produce window scantlings exclusively based on customer request; we don’t have a standard selection.