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Product Code: 1316WOSLR10
Description: WHITE OAK 13/16" SLR - 10' FAS1F 9' to 10' LENGTHS
 
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WHITE OAK LUMBER
FAS1F
13/16" S2S SLR1E

RANDOM WIDTH
9' TO 10' LENGTHS


                                                    
Wood Description
The sapwood of White Oak is light in color and can range from a pale yellow-brown to a greyish-white. The heartwood may be either light brown in color, or a darker brown with deep, golden tones. The distinctive coarse texture and straight grain has longer rays than Red Oak. Fasting-growing Oaks, such as those grown in the South, produce wider, more prominent growth rings.

Region
White Oak grows abundantly throughout the eastern United States, from the South, up through the Appalachian area, northward into areas of southeastern Canada. Oak is the most widely available American hardwood, with White Oak second to Red Oak in abundance.

Working Properties
White Oak is heavy, hard, and very strong. It is worked easily, by machine or by hand, although slow-growing Oak is much easier to work than the faster growing varieties, such as those that thrive in the South. While White Oak nails and screws well, pre-boring is advised for best results. To prevent the wood from reacting to iron, galvanized nails are recommended. Excellent results can be expected with staining, bleaching or pickling.

Main Uses
White Oak is a popular selection for flooring, stairparts, architectural millwork, pulpits and pews, furniture and cabinetry. Its water-resistant characteristics have made it a preferred choice for ship timbers, barrels and casks. White Oak is also widely used for paneling and decorative veneers. Alternate species can include Red Oak and White Ash.

Specifications
13/16" FAS1F SURFACED 2 SIDES --STRAIGHT LINE RIPPED 1 EDGE --RANDOM WIDTHS



   
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