Pacific Jarrah Decking


Sapwood is 30 to 50mm wide, whitish or pale brown and distinct, but not sharply demarcated from heartwood which is light red when freshly cut, turning to dark reddish-brown when dry. Lustre medium. Texture fine and uniform. Grain usually straight, occasionally interlocked. Boles 15-18m long, straight, cylindrical and unbuttressed


Timber is exceptionally hard, heavy, strong and tough. Moderately hard to machine because of its high density but cuts cleanly without dulling of cutting edges. Turning must be done slowly to avoid tearing. Takes a high polish. Pre-boring is necessary for nails and screws. Very resistant to fungal and termite attached but liable to attack by marine borers. Extremely resistant to moisture absorption. High resistance to wear


Structural timber, flooring, mine timber, ship and boat building, Vehicle body, furniture, cabinet work, handles and ladders, sporting goods, sleepers, poles, turney.


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Colin Carroll

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