Comment describing your root element Indicates the type and location of grade stamp on product, if any Location(s) on the product where the grade stamp is applied Retained concentration of preservative chemical. Indicates whether the property is actual or nominal. commonly used for dimensions. Agency Types for Safety and Environmental Information Agencies certified by the ALCS for Lumber inspection Heat treatment grade stamp North American rules-writing agenciest. Grade designation as defined by rules-writing agency. Means by which finished product is formed through joining of smaller pieces (for example, finger jointing). Modulus of Elasticity for stress-rated product. The moisture content, in whole number percentage, of material as shipped. Can also indicate drying after chemical treatment Cross-sectional shape, other than square, to which the product is worked through resawing, moulding, and planing. Finishing (if any) of entire face or faces of the product as part of the dressing process, typically performed by the planer Method by which product has been seasoned for moisture, if any Common abbreviation of species and species combinations with no spaces. Extent to which product is trimmed to a specific length or specific end shape beyond the standard grading agency specifications. AWPA commodity standard or AWPA use class to which product conforms. Alternative specification to concentration. Shape of panel edge on long dimension Exposure class as defined by NIST standards and indicated in grade stamp. North American structural panel grading agencies operating under NIST PS 1-95 and PS 2-92 Span Rating according to NIST standards and indicated on grade stamp Plywood species and species group designation as commonly used by producers for the North American market As defined in the NIST standard, an additional classification of panel strength Further specifications of the product not defined by standard Manner in which faces(s) are finished The location of the grade stamp on the product