Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba)
- Other Common Names:
Brazilian Name: Jatoba
Brazilian Cherry is a beautiful species with naturally rich color and superior hardness making it well suited for both residential and commercial applications. It is a photosensitive wood which darkens from tan or salmon to a deep reddish brown over several months. Brazilian Cherry also contains darker streaks which give it an exotic expression.
Color and Photo-sensitivity: Brazilian Cherry is a photosensitive wood which darkens from tan or salmon to a deep reddish brown over several months. It also contains darker streaks which give it an exotic expression.
Janka Hardness Rating: 2,820 lbs (1306 kg.) By comparison, Northern Red Oak is rated at 1,290 lbs. (585 kg.)
Stability: Width movement expected in a 3” face from a one percent change in moisture content is between 0.005” and 0.009”. By comparison, Northern Red Oak’s value is 0.004” to 0.010”.
Manufacturing Specifications: Moisture content is 6% to 8%. Weight is 3.5 lbs/Sqft
Widths: 2 1/4”, 3”, 3 1/4”, 4”, 5”
Unfinished 3/4” Solid Flooring Tongue & Groove, Square Edge, End Matched
Factory Finished 3/4” Solid Flooring, Tongue & Groove with Micro Bevel and End Matched. Aluminum Oxide UV cured finish.
25 Year Wear-Through Warranty.