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The density and weight of lumber varies with the water or moisture content in the wood. Typical weights for green, kiln dried and pressure treated lumber boards are indicated in the tables below. Note that nominal dimensions are not the same as actual lumber dimensions. Green Lumber Boards

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Find the 2 in. x 8 in. x 8 ft. Pressure-Treated Pine Lumber 0208084210000, for aboveground use is treated with micronized copper azole to protect against termites, fungal decay and rot at The Home Depot

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The weight of pressure-treated lumber varies depending on the size of the boards. A 2-by-4-inch lumber board that is 8 feet long has a weight of 17 pounds. A 4-by-12-inch board that is 16 feet long weighs 224 pounds. Pressure treatment is a way of preserving wood to extend its useful life and increase its durability.

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How much weight does treatment add to the weight of wood? Most of the weight added to treated wood comes from water used to solubilize the preservative components. A freshly treated piece of lumber may contain as much as 4.5 gallons of water per cubic foot or about 38 lbs. per cubic foot.

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Calculate the Weight of Wood. Calculate the weight of kiln dried pine, green oak, and pressure treated wood with this free and easy online tool. Use the drop downs to select a size for the lumber. The list contains the most popular sizes for wood. If it is not on the list, then it may be necessary to use another size and adjust it accordingly.

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Approximately 0.024 lbs per cubic inch. A common pressure-treated 2x6 that is 12 feet long (2x6x144 inches) will weigh 38 to 40 pounds. Example: a 4" x 12" x 10' pressure treated beam

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Pressure-Treated Southern Yellow Pine meets the highest grading Pressure-Treated Southern Yellow Pine meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Color-infused so pigment is driven deep into wood fibers creating beauty that's guaranteed to stand up to the elements for years.

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*APPROXIMATE WEIGHT CHART* lbs per Lineal Ft. lbs per board ft Full Unit Qty Green Douglas Fir 2x3 DF S4S 1.25#/lf 2500#/MBF 256

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This lumber has been pressure treated for ground contact (GC) applications and can be completely buried in the ground. It's also suitable for fresh water use and can be submerged. AC2® brand treated wood products use MicroPro™ technology, which is a revolutionary way to pressure treat wood for decks, fences, landscaping, and general ...

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I have been using 2x8 inch pressure treated lumber for ramps into my shed. I have been using for an number of years without any problem, but at times I do wonder how much load these planks can take before they brake.