Ash, Quartered Wood Veneer-Finished
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Species: Ash, Quartered
Species Characteristics: The heartwood is a light to medium brown color. Sapwood can be very wide and tends to be beige or light brown; not always clearly or sharply demarcated from heartwood. Has a medium to coarse texture similar to oak. The grain is almost always straight and regular, though sometimes moderately curly or figured boards can be found. Quarter sawn (or quartered) lumber refers to the angle at which the tree’s growth rings intersect the face of the sawn board. Quarter sawn wood is prized for its unique appearance as well as its durability.
Size: 12x19 inches
Wood Species: With over 30 species and even more grades of wood available, select the species with the color and pattern you desire. Remember- no two trees are the same, so there will be variation in color and pattern. We have tried to provide a good representation of the species.
Uses and Advantages: It is cost effective and easy to use. Each sheet of our wood veneer comes with a 3M pressure sensitive adhesive already applied and is finished with a semi-gloss varnish. It is ready to adhere to any desired surface before or after cutting.
Specifications: Real wood, high quality, laser grade with a 20-mil paper back to provide stability.
Thickness: 1mm with variation of 0.2mm including adhesive.
Finish: Finished with a semi-gloss varnish for durability and ease of cleanup.
FSC Certified: Our suppliers practice sustainability. FSC Certified, American National Standard Legal Timber Due Diligence Certified. Environmental Policy: We will promote forest stewardship and be respectful to environmental concerns. We will control our wood sources to exclude illegally harvested wood and wood harvested in violation of traditional and civil rights. We will not source wood harvested where conservation values are threatened by management activities. We will not purchase wood harvested in forests which are being converted to plantations or non-forest use, or wood from forests in which genetically modified trees are planted.