tarcica sosnowa klasa pierwsza AMERICAN WALNUT

Description: sapwood is cream-brown, heartwood is light to dark brown, with darker streaks. The wood’s surface is usually straight fibered, wave-shaped fibers occur, which make the American walnut an especially attractive and decorative variety of wood.

Origins: eastern US, central US

Use: exclusive wood used for interior finishing and furniture production

Available thicknesses: 26, 52mm (other thicknesses available by phone)

Available grades: FAS, I-COM, II-COM

 


 

dąb biały amerykańskiAMERICAN WHITE OAK

Description: American white oak’s sapwood is light, and heartwood light to dark brown. Most specimens are straight-fibered, and have medium or wide rings.

Origins: widespread in the eastern US.

Use: exclusive wood used for interior finishing and furniture production

Available thicknesses: 26, 52mm (other thicknesses available by phone)

Available grades: FAS, I-COM, II-COM

 


 

czereśnia amerykańskaAMERICAN CHERRY

Description: the heartwood has a dark red to dark brown hue, which can become darker in reaction to sunlight. Sapwood is cream-white in color. American cherry wood has delicate and uniform straight-fiber rings. Natural brown core stains occur.

Origins: eastern part of the US, mainly Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and New York.

Use: exclusive wood used for interior finishes and furniture production

Available thicknesses: 26, 52mm (other thicknesses available by phone)

Available grades: FAS

 


 

olcha amerykańskaAMERICAN COTTONWOOD

Description: the wood’s dominating color is light brown, complemented by light yellow or red hues. Heartwood forms only in older trees, but there is no distinct boundary between heartwood and sapwood. American cottonwood has straight fibers and a unified texture.

Origins: western coast of the US, mainly the north-western Pacific

Use: exclusive wood used for interior finishing and furniture production

Available thicknesses: 26, 52mm (other thicknesses available by phone)

Available grades: FAS, I-COM, II-COM