Jatoba, Engineered Parquet, Grade: Select

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  • Product Code: NV145
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Wood Details
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
Edge Type Long sides Micro beveled edge 1.5mm @ 45°
Underfloor Heating 14.8mm thickness – Possible but subject to Under Floor Heating Guidelines 19.5mm thickness - not recommended.
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
Botanical name Hymenaea
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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