Development

2009-07 EN14081-4:2009 published by CEN. Moisture function introduced for Dynagrade. Thickness range increased up to 110 mm for C-grades.
2009-02 EN14081-4:2005+A4:2008 published by CEN. Dynagrade with settings for C-grades and glulam-grades (LS) for Spruce/Fir from Europe (see below) added.
2008-04 EN14081-4:2005+A3:2008 published by CEN. Dynagrade with settings for Sitka Spruce from Norway added.
2007-09 EN14081-4:2005+A2:2007 published by CEN. Dynagrade with TR26-settings included.
2007-09 Dynagrade No. 100 in production at Okome sawmill in Sweden.
2007-06-14 Settings for C-grades accepted for European whitewood coming from the Baltic states, Finland, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden AND Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic, in accordance with EN14081.
2007-03-12 Settings for glulam laminations derived for European whitewood coming from the Baltic states, Finland, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden AND Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic, in accordance with EN14081. Approval process on-going.
2006-12-28 JG Andersson, Stora Enso Gruvön and Wallnäs were the first Swedish mills certified by SP to produce graded timber with the CE-mark, using Dynagrade (rel. to EN 14081).
2006-09-01 Settings in EN14081 can be implemented
2005-12-02 New settings published in EN14081:4. This is an extensive list of settings valid for grading structural timber and glulam laminations from European whitewood and redwood coming from the Baltic states, Finland, Norway, Poland (not pine), Russia, Sweden.
1996- Approvals and acceptances achieved for grading of structural timber and glulam laminations from European whitewood and redwood coming from the Baltics, Finland, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden in accordance with EN 519. Timber graded according to this standard are accepted for use in several countries (at least until 2007-08-30) such as Finland, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK. 

Approved by the ALSC in USA.

Approved by the CLSAB in Canada.

Approved for JAS laminations.


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