Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board

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Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board
Blackbutt Satin Finish Standard Board

BLACKBUTT  SATIN FINISH STANDARD BOARD

SPECIES: BLACKBUTT
FINISH: SATIN
SIZE: FROM 1760/2200/MM X 13.5/3MM X 136MM-RANDOM
STRUCTURAL - LIFETIME WARRANTY  
SURFACE WEAR - 25 YEARS WARRANTY
PRICE: $79.90 M2 EXCLUDING GST

SPECIFICATION: 
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GRADE: SELECT- STANDARD & BETTER – STANDARD
COATING FINISH: BONA TRAFFIC  SATIN 40% SHEEN
PACK:  VARY  PER CARTON 
WEIGHT: VARY APPROXIMATLY 18-20 KGS
BOARD STYLE: THREE LAYER PLY -SQUARE  EDGE
LOCKING SYSTEM: TONGUE & GROOVE

TIMBER GRADE: Standard & Better – has slightly more gum veins

CONSTRUCTION
: Engineered 3mm Solid Top Sawn Lamella Blackbutt Top on Ply-wood Base

JOINT
: Micro Bevel –Fixing System Tongue & Groove Method.-Glued

INSTALLATION: Can be floated on 3mm underlay or can be glued down using flexible mono parquet adhesive direct to sub floor.

Australian Coastal Blackbutt (Pilulariscoastal)

The golden browns and striking pinks of Blackbutt make it a favourite amongst designers and architects alike. The combination of light shades and structural hardness is a unique attribute of this timber and adds to its high demand. At harmony we have carefully selected our Blackbutt to highlight the natural characteristics of this species, creating a floor with a modern edge. General Characteristic The timber has a colour ranging from a golden yellow through to pale browns. The colour range is subtle and is excellent where the colour requirement is light and neutral. The sapwood is distinctly lighter than the heartwood. Some material sourced from the northern part of its range may have a slightly pinkish tinge. Blackbutt continues to be extremely popular with architects and designers for its unique tones and shadings.