European red oak lumber
In this category, you’ll find European red oak lumber, before and after planing. Oak hardwood lumber is designed as a raw material for the industry, especially in different types of furniture such as desks, plates legs, chairs, sideboards, and other uses such as cabinets, doors, wood veneer, plywood, flooring, barrels for alcohol ageing and much more.
Color: A rich greyish brown
Quantity: Per cubic meter
quality: A | B | C | D | RUSTIC
Length: 1 – 2 meter / 2 meter +
width: 10 cm +
thickness: 25 / 32 / 38 / 50 mm
Humidity: dried in oven 8 – 12% / wet
Shipping and transporting to any place in the world
- Manufacturing according to a variety of custom sizes and dimensions
Quality by choice at competitive prices
More information on oak lumber
European red oak lumber has hard coarse texture, and after finishing and planing he Gets a smooth and gentle texture. There are approximately 450 different species of oak hardwood. They grew up mostly in the northern parts of the Earth and most are found in forests in carbonated areas. Red oak lumber is one of the most common and desirable woods for industrial and decorative products.
Hardwood Oak lumber can be used primarily for the production of plates, tables, cabinets, and sideboards to get a countryside and warn designs. European oak lumber can be used for interior furnishings and furniture such as wooden legs and wooden chairs, as well as applications for construction and manufacturing of barrels and tubs for ageing alcohol, flooring, veneer cabinets, etc. In ancient times the oak hardwood lumber was used also to build ships, boats, agricultural tools and even for heating
Red oak lumber is highly demanded wood for furniture manufacturing industry because of its natural appearance and his rich and powerful characteristics that integrates well with its colorful shades. The European red oak wood grows slowly and therefore its strength and density of its fibres are high and gives him high loading capabilities, and a low wear in high-pressure that enabling a longer product life. Sawn timber such as oak wood also reacts well with hand tools, machinery, iron, water vapour, colours and various adhesives to create great bents.
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