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    Cladding - FSC Cumaru - 19 x 90 mm

    21 Jul 2017, 7:05 AM

    Cumaru is Russet Red to Deep Brown in colour with very distinctive and exotic detail in lighter hues. It is very durable and strong. Cumaru can be left untreated and its natural colours will weather to a silver grey patina

    Product Info

    Product FSC Cumaru Cladding 19 x 90 mm (78mm coverage) x 914mm - 5486 mm
    Dimensions 19 x 90 mm x 914 - 5486 mm
    Species Cumaru
    Certification FSC Pure
    Condition Kiln Dried (KD)
    Quality Prime
    Surface Finish Untreated
    Profile Woodtrend T&G Shiplap Cladding Profile
    Installation Screwed (stainless steel screws necessary)
    Durability Very durable and highly resistant against fungi and termites

    Technical Information

    Main Species Cumaru (Dipteryx odorata)
    Wood Type Tropical Hardwood
    Distribution / Origin South America and Central America
    Allergic Reactions Certain wood dusts can cause respiratory, contact dermatitis and allergic reactions. Care should be taken when working with this wood. Woodtrend recommends working with a mask.
    Density at 12% M.C. 1070 kilos/m3
    Average Hardness Janka: 3540 (White Oak: 1360)
    Brinell: 5.9 (White Oak: 3.8)
    Moisture Movement Medium colour. The wood has a waxy or oily feel, a fine texture, and irregular and often interlocked grain. It is an extremely hard and heavy wood.

    Cladding - FSC Cumaru - 19 x 90 mm

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