• AS 1148-1971

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    Nomenclature of commercial timbers imported into Australia

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Superseded date:  06-30-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1971

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 1148-1971 NOMENCLATURE OF COMMERCIAL TIMBERS IMPORTED INTO AUSTRALIA
    3 - PREFACE
    4 - CONTENTS
    5 - PART I ALPHABETICAL LIST OF STANDARD TRADE COMMON NAMES AND THEIR CORRESPONDING BOTANICAL NAMES
    51 - PART II ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF ALL NAMES
    74 - PART III AUTHORS OF BOTANICAL NAMES

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    In separate parts provides alphabetical list of standard trade common names, corresponding botanical names, identification of hardwoods and soft woods, normal sources of supply, and other names used; an alphabetical index of all names used, with numerical cross-reference to Part 1, and differentiated by typeface to indicate whether standard name, botanical name or other name; and an alphabetical list of authors of botanical names.

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    In this Part I, which is the main section of the standard, are listed the standard trade common names of some 398 species or groups of species of timbers which are imported into Australia or are likely to be of interest in the future. The names are in alphabetical sequence, based on the noun in the common name, e.g. Douglas fir is listed as fir, Douglas. Alongside each name, the botanical name or names and the authors of such names are given, together with the country or countries of supply and any other common names that have been used.The index number shown in the left-hand column facilitates reference from Part II, Alphabetical Index of All Names, to where those names are used in Part I.In the third column, headed "Classification", the letter "H" indicates hardwoods; or more specifically, the timbers of the botanical group Dicotyledons, not all of which are hard wood. The letter "S" indicates the softwoods or timber of the botanical group Gymnosperms, most of which are conifers.

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    Committee TM-003
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

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    Made Obsolescent July 1997Under Revision see DR 99461 (in part)

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS 1720.2-1990 Timber structures - Timber properties
    AS 1729-1994 Timber - Handles for tools
    AS/NZS 2272:1996 Plywood - Marine
    AS 1892.2-1992 Portable ladders Timber (Reconfirmed 2022)
    AS/NZS 2878:2000 Timber - Classification into strength groups
    AS 1649-2001 Timber - Methods of test for mechanical fasteners and connectors - Basic working loads and characteristic strengths
    AS 2858-2001 Timber - Softwood - Visually graded for structural purposes
    AS 2796.3-1999 Timber - Hardwood - Sawn and milled products Timber for furniture components
    AS 3818.2-1998 Timber - Heavy structural products - Visually graded Railway track timbers
    AS 2796.1-1999 Timber - Hardwood - Sawn and milled products Product specification
    AS 2082-2000 Timber - Hardwood - Visually stress-graded for structural purposes
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