reds Bluegum jarrah red iron rosegum
  bluegum jarrah rediron rosegum  
browns brushbox greyiron spotted gum turpentine  
  brushbox greyiron spottedgum turpentine  
blondes beech blackbutt tallowood    
  beech blackbutt tallowood    
   
  bluegum  
A large commonly occurring hardwood of the east coast of Australia from Batemans Bay, New South Wales to southern Queensland. Heartwood dark pink to red-brown. Sapwood usually sufficiently paler to be readily distinguished. Texture moderately coarse and even. Grain straight or slightly interlocked. Used for general building purposes, cladding, flooring, panelling, boatbuiding.

Grades Available:

Physical Properties:

The hardness of a species is determined by the Janka Rating, this measures the resistance to indentation and abrasion. As a guide the higher the rating number the more resistant the timber is to indentation and abrasion.

These properties are only a guide, as timber is a natural product there will be variations within any species.

Sizes Available:

Length Specification:

These packs contain lengths from 0.9m to a maximum of 6.0m. Not every pack will contain 6.0m lengths and whilst the average length will vary, it will usually be between 2.1m and 3.0m.

 

 

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