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5" Natural N. American Maple

SKU#: AMWMUS5

  • N. American Maple - PF w/clear UV Satin
  • Eng. 3-Layer 9/16" x 5" x RL 11" - 84"
  • avg. 36". Selected R&Q Straight Grain
  • Select Grade
  • Milled Square Edges/Ends. FSC Mix 76%
  • SCS-COC-000007

Eco Properties

FSC Certification

$0.00 / sqft

  • Qty. in Stock 1277.50 Sqft
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  • Wood Name
    N. American Maple
  • Species Botanical Name
    Acer, saccharum
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Hard Maple, Sugar Maple, North American Maple
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Size / Finish / Milling Info

?Thickness

0.5625(13.40 mm)

?Width

5 (127.0000 mm)

?Length Range

11 - 84 (279.40mm - 2135.00mm)

?Average Length

36 (915.00mm)

?Wear Layer Type

Sawn

?Wear Layer Thickness

3.33mm

?Edge Type

Square Edges & Ends

?Surface Type

Smooth

?Finish

Prefinished - UV

?Stain Color

Natural

Packing Info

?Quantity in Bundle

17.50 sqft.

?Quantity in Pallet

1347.50 sqft.

?Weight per Sqft

1.57 lbs.

  • Wood Name
    N. American Maple
  • Species Botanical Name
    Acer, saccharum
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Hard Maple, Sugar Maple, North American Maple
More about this species
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Post-industrial

Waste wood such as sawdust, veneer backing boards and peeler logs.

FSC Mix

Combination of wood from FSC-certified forests and wood from non-certified “controlled” sources (i.e. wood that is recycled/reclaimed/salvaged, not harvested illegally, and not from endangered forests).

No Added Urea-Formaldehyde

No urea-formaldehyde added during processing or manufacture.

LEED Credits

MRc4

Recycled Content

MRc7

Certified Wood

EQc4.4

Low-emitting Materials

Eco Properties

  • Wood Name
    N. American Maple
  • Species Botanical Name
    Acer, saccharum
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Hard Maple, Sugar Maple, North American Maple
More about this species
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?Grain Selection

Rift & Quartered

?Grade

Select

?Species Hardness

1450

GANN Moisture Meter Setting

#3

GANN Moisture Meter Correction

+1.6%

Red Oak Moisture Meter Correction

+1.6%

Shrinkage Coefficient-Flat Sawn

0.00298

Shrinkage Coefficient-Straight Grain

0.00192

Site Finish Issues

none known

Allergic Potential

D (dermatitis)

Stability

3 (unstable and in very dry climates prone to shrinking)

Countries Grows In

 

Janka Hardness

 

Color Change

North American Maple undergoes a medium degree of color change, with slight ambering from a cream/white to a more golden cream color over time.

Color Range

North American Maple gas an extreme range of color variability as the wood varies in color from the pale cream colored sapwood on through to the different tan/brown tones to dark brown colors found in the heartwood. Darker woods are pulled for our "white" upper grades.

Where to Use

North American Maple may be used both residentially and commercially wherever the fine grained "white" look of maple is desired.

  • Wood Name
    N. American Maple
  • Species Botanical Name
    Acer, saccharum
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Hard Maple, Sugar Maple, North American Maple
More about this species
Print email
  • Wood Name
    N. American Maple
  • Species Botanical Name
    Acer, saccharum
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Hard Maple, Sugar Maple, North American Maple
More about this species
Print email

Size / Finish / Milling Info

?Thickness

0.5625(13.40 mm)

?Width

5 (127.0000 mm)

?Length Range

11 - 84 (279.40mm - 2135.00mm)

?Average Length

36 (915.00mm)

?Wear Layer Type

Sawn

?Wear Layer Thickness

3.33mm

?Edge Type

Square Edges & Ends

?Surface Type

Smooth

?Finish

Prefinished - UV

?Stain Color

Natural

Packing Info

?Quantity in Bundle

17.50 sqft.

?Quantity in Pallet

1347.50 sqft.

?Weight per Sqft

1.57 lbs.

Post-industrial

Waste wood such as sawdust, veneer backing boards and peeler logs.

FSC Mix

Combination of wood from FSC-certified forests and wood from non-certified “controlled” sources (i.e. wood that is recycled/reclaimed/salvaged, not harvested illegally, and not from endangered forests).

No Added Urea-Formaldehyde

No urea-formaldehyde added during processing or manufacture.

LEED Credits

MRc4

Recycled Content

MRc7

Certified Wood

EQc4.4

Low-emitting Materials

Eco Properties

?Grain Selection

Rift & Quartered

?Grade

Select

?Species Hardness

1450

GANN Moisture Meter Setting

#3

GANN Moisture Meter Correction

+1.6%

Red Oak Moisture Meter Correction

+1.6%

Shrinkage Coefficient-Flat Sawn

0.00298

Shrinkage Coefficient-Straight Grain

0.00192

Site Finish Issues

none known

Allergic Potential

D (dermatitis)

Stability

3 (unstable and in very dry climates prone to shrinking)

Countries Grows In

 

Janka Hardness

 

Color Change

North American Maple undergoes a medium degree of color change, with slight ambering from a cream/white to a more golden cream color over time.

Color Range

North American Maple gas an extreme range of color variability as the wood varies in color from the pale cream colored sapwood on through to the different tan/brown tones to dark brown colors found in the heartwood. Darker woods are pulled for our "white" upper grades.

Where to Use

North American Maple may be used both residentially and commercially wherever the fine grained "white" look of maple is desired.

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