Product Specifications:

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Finish:                              Unfinished
Construction:                  Solid
Grade:                             Clear
Installation:                     Nail down, or screw down
Installation level:            Above Ground Level
Width:                               3" or 5" (7.6 cm to 12.7 cm)
Length:                             1' to 7' (30.5 cm to 213.4 cm)
Thickness:                       3/4" (1.9 cm)

Wood Specifications:

Species:                              Okan (Cylicodiscus gabunensis)
Origin:                                 West Africa
Weight:                               57 Lbs/Ft3 or 913 kg/m3
Density:                              59 Lbs/Ft3 or 945 kg/m3
Janka Hardness:                2,950 lbs
Bending Strength:             20,861 psi or 1466 kg/cm2
Impact Strength:               
Shearing Strength:            
2,798 psi or 196 kg/cm2
Stiffness:                             2,518,000 psi or 177,000 kg/cm2
Specific Gravity:                 0.72
Work to Maximum Load:   12 inch-lbs/in3 or 0.84 cm-kg/cm3
Fiber Saturation Point       
Radial Shrinkage               
5%
Tangential Shrinkage       8%
Volumetric Shrinkage      12%


Hardness

The density or hardness of wood will impact it's performance and ability to withstand foot traffic and general wear and tear.

The density or hardness of wood will impact it's performance and ability to withstand foot traffic and general wear and tear.

Color Variation Over Time

Wood is a natural material that reacts to light exposure over time. Exotic hardwoods generally gain richness in color, becoming darker or lighter over time.

Wood is a natural material that reacts to light exposure over time. Exotic hardwoods generally gain richness in color, becoming darker or lighter over time.

Board-to-Board Color Variation

Wood is a natural material that features changes in color and tone. The board-to-board color variation is more pronounced in some species and less in others.

Wood is a natural material that features changes in color and tone. The board-to-board color variation is more pronounced in some species and less in others.

Origin

Country or region that the wood originates from.