Environmentally friendly planation pine is sourced in variable lengths and delivered to the manufacturing plant.
The timber begins it’s first drying phase. Summer months allows for the timber to dried by the sun, however winter months requires a more sophisticated approach of Kiln Drying the timber.
The timber is then docked (cut) to required sizes. Benalla Timber Products have recently invested over a quarter of a million dollars in the upgrade and maintenance of it’s Docking facility.
The timber is then peeled and rigorously tested for quality by means of size, strength and shape. A large percentage of timber is rejected to ensure consistency from pack to pack. Rejected timber is then used to create pine mulch and chip bark.
The timber then begins it’s second drying phase in preparation for treatment.
The treatment of pine is a timely and delicate procedure. Adhering to strict environmental and safety regulations the timber is
The timber is then inspected and the quality of treatment assessed. The timber now begins it’s final drying phase.
Upon request, treated pine poles can be ‘pointed’ before the treatment process to assist with fencing and other projects requiring the pole to enter the ground.
Treated Pine packs are then loaded and delivered to retailers, farms and wineries throughout Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania.