You are invited to attend the complimentary Webinar with Timber Product Inspection on Tuesday, January 18th

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As part of my Advisor Role with Timber Exchange in Sweden, I would like to invite you to attend our upcoming Webinar with Timber Product Inspection  on Tuesday January 18th at 13:30 Central European Time, or 07:30 EST and 04:30 PST (sorry!) A replay will be available later in the week!

The event will be a panel discussion with our two guests:

  • David Conner (Senior Vice President Operations, TPI) and his colleague
  • Robin Lillandt (Senior European Representative, TPI).

Together they can give a comprehensive overview of the timber grading rules, their history, function, application, sawmill qualification process, inspection, and more. This webinar will follow the following structure:

  • What led to the creation of the American Lumber Standard Committee (discussing ALSC’s history and their current day to day function)
  • Why do we have grade rules (discussing the US building code system’s International Building Code (IBC) and the National Grade Rule (NGR))?
  • How are the grade rules created and published (discussing NGR committee and the rules-writing agencies)
  • How are design values established for dimension lumber (discussing ASTM D1990 process)
  • What are the phytosanitary requirements for lumber imported into the US?
  • What is the qualification process?
  • How does a monthly routine inspection work?
  • What does ALSC do during their routine inspection?

Followed by a Q&A session with the audience

We look forward to your attendance at the Webinar and/or its replay!

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