What Is CLS Timber?

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CLS timber is a timber surfaced on all four sides and has rounded arrases. It is produced in a range of sizes and widely used in the timber frame industry. CLS is the ideal product to use for stud partitioning. This kiln dried carcass is a product that has been machined on all 4 faces and edges in the country of origin to produce consistent finished sizes. The eased corners aid handling on site.
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