Spruce and Larch woods are European fir species. Fir coniferous trees grow in the Forests of Europe. These woods are used in a three-part form. They have good strength, are lighter wood than the red Merandi and have a uniform appearance, and the qualities used do not have roses.
Their weight on the one hand for the Larch at 370 to 430 Kg / m3, on the other hand for the Spruce at 380 to 450 Kg / m3. Both woods absorb moisture and dry relatively slowly, are relatively affected by changes in humidity and temperature. Both types perform well in processing, painting and finishing. It is not recommended to use them for painting in lacquer colors (water-soluble pits in RAL shades).