|Botanical name:||Quercus ssp.|
|Origin:||America and Canada|
The stated weight (kg / m3) is measured with a moisture percentage of approx. 12%. The botanical name is Quercus ssp., mainly Quercus Rubra. The oaks are by far the largest species group growing in the Eastern hardwood forests. Its heartwood shows a somewhat reddish light to medium brown color. Its nearly white to light brown sapwood is not always clearly distinguishable from its heartwood.
The wood is similar in general appearance to American white Oak, but with a slightly less pronounced figure due to the smaller rays. Furthermore, it could be described as ring-porous, straight grained and uneven textured wood.
The wood is hard and heavy, with medium bending strength and stifness and high crushing strenght. It is very good for steam bending.Despite of these properties it is very easy to work with. Also, it is rated as slightly to non-durable to heartwood decay, moderately easy to treat with preservatives.
American Red Oak belongs to the most famous hardwood species and very suitable and widely used for indoor applications.
* Despite of what almost everyone thinks, it is not the slightly reddish color of the wood which referes to Red Oak. The correct origin of the name can be found in the deep red color of the tree leaves in autumn.
American Red Oak (Sq. edged - Kiln dried)
|Thickness x random widths||Approx. stock|
|27 mm||26 m³|
|40 mm||7 m³|
|52 mm||1 m³|
|80 mm||10 m³|
|Thickness x fixed widths||Approx. stock|
|27 x 105 mm||18 m³|
|27 x 130 mm||20 m³|
|27 x 155 mm||1 m³|
|27 x 205 mm||8 m³|
|27 x 230 mm||1 m³|