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5" Unstained Brazilian Cherry

SKU#: WOWBCX5

  • Brazilian Cherry - PF w/clear UV Satin
  • Eng. 3-Layer 9/16" x 5" x RL 12" - 84"
  • avg. 36". Mixed Grain
  • Select Grade
  • Milled Square Edges/Ends. FSC Mix 76%
  • SCS-COC-000007

Eco Properties

FSC Certification

$0.00 / sqft

  • Qty. in Stock 4252.50 Sqft
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  • Wood Name
    Brazilian Cherry
  • Species Botanical Name
    Hymenaea, courbaril
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Jatoba in Brazil, Paquio in Bolivia, Guapinol
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Size / Finish / Milling Info

?Thickness

0.5625(13.60 mm)

?Width

5 (127.0000 mm)

?Length Range

12 - 84 (300.00mm - 2135.00mm)

?Average Length

36 (915.00mm)

?Wear Layer Type

Sawn

?Wear Layer Thickness

3.20mm

?Edge Type

Square Edges & Ends

?Surface Type

N/A

?Finish

Prefinished - UV

?Stain Color

Unstained

Packing Info

?Quantity in Bundle

17.50 sqft.

?Quantity in Pallet

1347.50 sqft.

?Weight per Sqft

1.76 lbs.

  • Wood Name
    Brazilian Cherry
  • Species Botanical Name
    Hymenaea, courbaril
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Jatoba in Brazil, Paquio in Bolivia, Guapinol
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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

MRc7

Certified Wood

EQc4.4

Low-emitting Materials

Eco Properties

  • Wood Name
    Brazilian Cherry
  • Species Botanical Name
    Hymenaea, courbaril
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Jatoba in Brazil, Paquio in Bolivia, Guapinol
More about this species
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?Grain Selection

Mixed Grain

?Grade

Select

?Species Hardness

2820

GANN Moisture Meter Setting

#3

GANN Moisture Meter Correction

-0.2%

Red Oak Moisture Meter Correction

-0.2%

Shrinkage Coefficient-Flat Sawn

0.00289

Shrinkage Coefficient-Straight Grain

0.00218

Site Finish Issues

none known

Allergic Potential

none known

Stability

2 (average & similar to red oak)

Countries Grows In

Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela, Suriname, Nicaragua, Mexico, Guatemala and the Caribbean

Janka Hardness

 

Color Change

Like domestic cherry, Brazilian Cherry will change dramatically over time from the yellow/tan/salmon color when freshly milled into a deep rich reddish color. In direct sunlight, the color change will occur within a few days. Out of sunlight, it will oxidize slowly over six months. Water based finishes tend to retard the color change while oil based finishes enhance it

Color Range

Brazilian Cherry varies from yellowish hues to pink/reds to dark reds with black striping. Quartered selection yields the most uniform look/color range

Where to Use

Given Brazilian Cherry’s extreme hardness, it may be used in residential and commercial installations

  • Wood Name
    Brazilian Cherry
  • Species Botanical Name
    Hymenaea, courbaril
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Jatoba in Brazil, Paquio in Bolivia, Guapinol
More about this species
Print email
  • Wood Name
    Brazilian Cherry
  • Species Botanical Name
    Hymenaea, courbaril
  • Lumber Name(s)
    Jatoba in Brazil, Paquio in Bolivia, Guapinol
More about this species
Print email

Size / Finish / Milling Info

?Thickness

0.5625(13.60 mm)

?Width

5 (127.0000 mm)

?Length Range

12 - 84 (300.00mm - 2135.00mm)

?Average Length

36 (915.00mm)

?Wear Layer Type

Sawn

?Wear Layer Thickness

3.20mm

?Edge Type

Square Edges & Ends

?Surface Type

N/A

?Finish

Prefinished - UV

?Stain Color

Unstained

Packing Info

?Quantity in Bundle

17.50 sqft.

?Quantity in Pallet

1347.50 sqft.

?Weight per Sqft

1.76 lbs.

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

MRc7

Certified Wood

EQc4.4

Low-emitting Materials

Eco Properties

?Grain Selection

Mixed Grain

?Grade

Select

?Species Hardness

2820

GANN Moisture Meter Setting

#3

GANN Moisture Meter Correction

-0.2%

Red Oak Moisture Meter Correction

-0.2%

Shrinkage Coefficient-Flat Sawn

0.00289

Shrinkage Coefficient-Straight Grain

0.00218

Site Finish Issues

none known

Allergic Potential

none known

Stability

2 (average & similar to red oak)

Countries Grows In

Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela, Suriname, Nicaragua, Mexico, Guatemala and the Caribbean

Janka Hardness

 

Color Change

Like domestic cherry, Brazilian Cherry will change dramatically over time from the yellow/tan/salmon color when freshly milled into a deep rich reddish color. In direct sunlight, the color change will occur within a few days. Out of sunlight, it will oxidize slowly over six months. Water based finishes tend to retard the color change while oil based finishes enhance it

Color Range

Brazilian Cherry varies from yellowish hues to pink/reds to dark reds with black striping. Quartered selection yields the most uniform look/color range

Where to Use

Given Brazilian Cherry’s extreme hardness, it may be used in residential and commercial installations

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