Jatoba, Solid Plank, Grade: Select
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|Wood Density (kg/m3)||970|
|Wood Hardness (pound-force)||2350|
|Stability(<1,5=very stable; 1,5-2,8=stable; >2,8=unstable)||1.7|
|Profile Type||Tongue & Groove except 8/9mm thickness|
|Edge Type||Long sides Micro beveled edge 1.5mm @ 45°|
|Underfloor Heating||Not recommended. See Under Floor Heating Guidelines|
|Photosensitivity||Color will darken as the wood ages and when exposed to light to a deeper shade of red. After approximately 3 months of light exposure the color will remain constant.|
|Origin||Central and South America|
|Other Names||Brazilian Cherry, Copal, Azucar, Jatai, Jutai, Locust, Jutaby, Jatai Amerelo, Algarrobo, Guapinal, Marbre|
|Description||Brazilian Cherry is also known as Jatoba and its popularity is comes from the combination of superior performance and beautiy. Its reddish-brown heartwood is streaked with dark black striping, giving it amazing contrast and depth. At the same time Brazilian Cherry wood is very decoratively versatile, suiting a variety of darker and lighter colour schemes due to its distinctive colouring. Brazilian Cherry is also very hard and durable with a Janka hardness rating of 2350, almost twice that of a Red Oak. Brazilian Cherry looks fantastic when contrasted with dark coloured or black furniture, countertops and cabinets. The combination of exotic beauty and strength make Brazilian Cherry hardwood a great choice for any home or business. Orange to reddish brown with large, dark grain, beautiful flame pattern, extremely hard.|
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