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    
   
  brushbox  
A large hardwood which grows on the edge of rainforests from the central coast of New South Wales to Bowen Queensland. Brushbox varies in colour from pinkish grey to a rich reddish brown, with sapwood usually being distinctively paler. Brushbox is highly sought after for flooring and is considered by many to be the premium Australian Hardwood for flooring. It exhibits a fine even texture with grain interlocked to varying degrees.

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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