Tasmanian Oak (Eucalyptus delegatensis / Eucalyptus regnans / Eucalyptus obliqua)
The name Tasmanian Oak is used to describe three species of Eucalypt commonly found in Tasmania. Together they produce a blend of beautiful colouring from pale cream to pink and reddish-brown. Tasmanian Oak logs are cut on the quartersawn to produce an extremely straight and even grain with excellent dimensional stability, making this species an ideal choice for extreme climates or for installation over radiant heat.
Dry Density: 620 to 780 kg/m³
Janka Dry Hardness: 4.9 to 7.1 kN