Basralocus Hardwood

This South20 Basralocus hardwood-decking product originates from the rain forest areas of Brazil and Suriname. - details see: //www.buildingsupplieshub.com/basralocus-hardwood-10025907
Type: Solid Wood BoardsPlace of Origin: Suriname  
Basralocus Hardwood
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Use:
Basralocus is recommended for wide use in decking coverings of residential homes with heavy human traffic. Those who prefer hardwood decking in lieu of the conventional ceramic or carpet covering should utilize this hardwood product. The South20 Basralocus hardwood product offers one of the most durable woods on the market that will resist any sign of use and provide long lasting beauty. With the use of this product the covering becomes a permanent protection for the home or historic dwelling.

General Characteristics:
The Basralocus product's Heartwood is reddish brown gray to reddish or yellowish brown sharply demarcated from narrow Britannia sapwood. The texture is median with unusual subsurface luster; grain is usually straight and somewhat interlocked. Vessels are prominent as long brown lines on side grain producing an attractive figure.

Weight:
Basic specific gravity (oven dry weight/green volume) 0.56,' air-dry density 76 pct Mechanical Properties (First and third sets of data based on the 2 inch standard.

Janka side hardness is 1 ,1 00 lb for green material and 1 ,290 lb at 12% moisture content.

The Janka Hardness scale is a comparison chart to other woods.

Moisture ContentBending StrengthModulus of ElasticityMaximum Crushing Strength
PSI1,000 PSIPSI
Green11,4101,8405,590
Dry17,9302,1908,770


Drying and Shrinkage:

This Basralocus Wood is rated moderately difficult to season, dries rapidly but with a tendency to moderate checking and slight weaning. Kiln schedule similar to T2-B2 is suggested for 4/4 stock. Reported to hold its place well after manufacture. Risks of distortion and checking are slight. Heartwood quite resistant to moisture absorption.

Working Properties:

The Basralocus Wood is easy to moderately difficult to work and finishes smoothly. It is moderately easy to glue with care and finish satisfactorily. Clear oil works best to bring out color and longevity.

Durability:

This Basralocus product is very durable as rated by field exposure trials. Heartwood is also rated resistant to very resistant to attack by decay fungi and termites. The product is resistant to water.

Use:
Basralocus is recommended for wide use in decking coverings of residential homes with heavy human traffic. Those who prefer hardwood decking in lieu of the conventional ceramic or carpet covering should utilize this hardwood product. The South20 Basralocus hardwood product offers one of the most durable woods on the market that will resist any sign of use and provide long lasting beauty. With the use of this product the covering becomes a permanent protection for the home or historic dwelling.

General Characteristics:
The Basralocus product's Heartwood is reddish brown gray to reddish or yellowish brown sharply demarcated from narrow Britannia sapwood. The texture is median with unusual subsurface luster; grain is usually straight and somewhat interlocked. Vessels are prominent as long brown lines on side grain producing an attractive figure.

Weight:
Basic specific gravity (oven dry weight/green volume) 0.56,' air-dry density 76 pct Mechanical Properties (First and third sets of data based on the 2 inch standard.

Janka side hardness is 1 ,1 00 lb for green material and 1 ,290 lb at 12% moisture content.

The Janka Hardness scale is a comparison chart to other woods.

Moisture ContentBending StrengthModulus of ElasticityMaximum Crushing Strength
PSI1,000 PSIPSI
Green11,4101,8405,590
Dry17,9302,1908,770


Drying and Shrinkage:

This Basralocus Wood is rated moderately difficult to season, dries rapidly but with a tendency to moderate checking and slight weaning. Kiln schedule similar to T2-B2 is suggested for 4/4 stock. Reported to hold its place well after manufacture. Risks of distortion and checking are slight. Heartwood quite resistant to moisture absorption.

Working Properties:

The Basralocus Wood is easy to moderately difficult to work and finishes smoothly. It is moderately easy to glue with care and finish satisfactorily. Clear oil works best to bring out color and longevity.

Durability:

This Basralocus product is very durable as rated by field exposure trials. Heartwood is also rated resistant to very resistant to attack by decay fungi and termites. The product is resistant to water.

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