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This Standard applies to the Western Australian timbers jarrah, karri, and wandoo for the end uses specified in the separate standard. It does not apply to material intended for re-sawing. General provisions are included for limits of accuracy, equivalent defects, seasoning allowance, moisture content, and dimensions. Grade descriptions are given for each timber. Appendices give recommended permissible working stresses for jarrah and karri and methods of differentiating between jarrah and karri.
 

Document History

  1. AS 3818.2-2010


    Timber - Heavy structural products - Visually graded, Part 2: Railway track timbers

    • Most Recent
  2. AS 3818.2-2004


    Timber - Heavy structural products - Visually graded - Railway track timbers

    • Historical Version
  3. AS 3818.2-1998


    Timber - Heavy structural products - Visually graded - Railway track timbers

    • Historical Version
  4. AS O97-1963


    Rail track sleepers, lead or crossing timbers and bridge transoms from Eastern Australian hardwoods

    • Historical Version
  5. INT 367-1953


    Rail track sleepers, crossing or lead timbers and bridge transoms

    • Historical Version
  6. AS O57-1949


    Grading rules for sleepers for 24-in. gauge railway track (sugar cane industry)

    • Historical Version
  7. AS O11-1948


    Grading rules for railway crossing timbers - Jarrah

    • Historical Version
  8. AS O10-1948

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    Grading rules for railway sleepers - Jarrah, Karri and Wandoo

    • Historical Version
  9. AS O11-1938


    Jarrah crossing timbers

    • Historical Version
  10. AS O10-1938


    Jarah sleepers

    • Historical Version
  11. AS O7-1937


    Specifications for jarrah and karri together with notes on allowable working stresses

    • Historical Version