Grey Ironbark Flooring Sydney
Grey Ironbark is a hardwood commonly found along the coast of New South Wales and Queensland. It is a medium sized tree, growing to a height of 30 to 50m, with a stem diameter of about 1.5m. It gets its name from the colour and toughness of the bark on the tree. It is hard, deeply furrowed and ridged. The heartwood colour varies from pale brown to dark chocolate brown as well as dark red. Its texture is moderately coarse and even and the grain is usually interlocked.
Ironbark has one of the highest Janka rating at an impressive 14. This makes Ironbark sought after for flooring applications in both commercial and domestic projects with heavy floor traffic. The wood is extremely hard and heavy, and has potential for use in the manufacture of heavy furniture because of its beautiful appearance and density.
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