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SpecRite

Specrite 400mm 18mm Round Timber Panel Red Oak FJ Laminated

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I/N: 0234688

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Features

  • Strong and durable
  • Wide range of uses
  • Attractive light red colour and grain
  • Able to be cut to any size
  • Hardwood timber
The SpecRite Red Oak Panel is a pre-sanded, vacuum plastic-wrapped finger-jointed panel, 100% made from hardwood timber. Ideally suited for use in indoor applications such as table and bench tops, shelving and cabinetry. Made from select grade, kiln-dried, solid red oak laminates, this panel is strong and durable and features attractive light red colours and grain of red oak.

Details

Dimensions

 

Width

Height

Length

Product

400mm400mm18mm

Package

400mm18mm800mm

Weight

Easy To Carry

Total Weight 2kg

Specifications

Model Name
Red Oak Finger Jointed Glulam Round Panel 400 x 18mm
Material
RED OAK HARDWOOD TIMBER
Volume
2.2619467105846509E-3
Common Uses
Indoor Applications - Table top, Bench Top, Shelving & Cabinetry
Timber species
FAGACEAE - QUERCUS RUBRA
Maintenance
Apply sealant or oil regularly

Sustainability

Sourced from fully sustainable, FSC-Certified plantation

Returns

We will gladly assist with returns and exchanges of this product in accordance with our returns and exchanges policy.

Installation

Storage: It is important that your panels are stored flat and protected from the weather. They should not be exposed to extreme changes in humidity. It is recommended that panels are stored fully wrapped in plastic until use.
Sealing: When exposing the panel ends by cutting or drilling it is good practice to temporarily tape the unprotected surfaces until a varnish is applied. Laminated panels should be thoroughly sealed on all surfaces (top, bottom, sides, ends) with a varnish prior to installation or as soon as possible after installation. Failure to seal your panels properly may result in uneven moisture content in the timber, leading to potential cupping and end splits.
Installing: When installing, ensure sufficient space is left to allow the panel to expand to prevent deformation when humidity changes.

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