The Jatoba Plank
Jatoba is a very hard wood, which is, because of its warm redbrown colour and high density often used for parquet floorings. Due to the big range of its geographical distribution in South America, the technical properties of Jatoba are very different. The wood has to be dried slowly especially because of its high density and interlocked fibres. Cracks in the surface are possible.
Jatoba is very stable. The wood is workable very well if using suitable tools. Problems concerning surface coating are hardly known as well as problems with glueing. Oiling is sometimes difficult. Jatoba is containing, due to its origin, mineral components, which can be visible after a while as whitish spots, when the parquet is exposed to UV-light. Paquio and Courbaril are further names of the wood.
Botanical Name: Hymenaes spp.
DIN EN 13556: HIXX
Origin: South America
Wood Name: Jatoba
Width: 5 7/16" Inches
Length: 86 5/16" Inches
Thickness: 9/16" Inches (14mm)
Wear Layer Thickness: 9/64" Inches (3.50mm)
Treatment: BOEN X-press
Sqft per Pallet: 1373.82
Cartons per Pallet: 42
SqFt per Carton: 32.71
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