RL X 122 X 18MM, 610 X 122 X 18MM, 910 X 122 X 18 MM
RL X 72 X 18MM, 610 X 72 X 18MM
T&G joint; click system
Natural or stained
UV lacquer; Oil; raw finishing
Smooth, Wire Brushed, Handsraped, Rustic, Distressed, Glossy, Matt
Floating; Glue; Nail down
FSC, ISO, CE
Packing for shipment
Export Cartons; Pallet packing
Acacia solid wood parquets
I . THE WOOD
Indonesia acacia wood flooring is one of the most unique hardwood species available in the market today. Often referred to as Acacia, this walnut hard wood floor is harvested obviously in Asia. Asian Walnut wood floors have become increasingly popular in the last few years. Although Oak is still the #1 seller in wood flooring, exotic species such as Asian Walnut and Brazilian Cherry have made long strides towards becoming main stream wood flooring choices. If you are looking for a very distinct floor that is considered a center piece for your room or home, Asian Walnut hardwood flooring is certainly worth considering. There are several things you need to know when considering the exotic Asian, Acacia Walnut species of floors.
II. TECHNICAL DETAIL
Most Asian Walnut floors are offered with a factory finish. Factory finished means the factory has applied multiple, protective coats of either polyurethane, aluminum oxide, or a combination of both. These finishes protect the floor from minor scratches and wear. Of course any wood floor can be scratched, but the current factory finishes are much better than 20 years ago. The best option is to find an Acacia wood floor with either an aluminum oxide or combination of aluminum oxide and polyurethane finish. If you buy unfinished, Asian Walnut wood flooring it will have to have the protective finish applied after installation in your home. This type of in home finish is not very comparable to a factory finish as a installer cannot duplicate the heat and pressure to the boards the same as a manufacturing process in a factory.
The hardness scale shown to the left shows the relative hardness of this wood species.
Density: 688 (KG/m3)
Janka Hardness: 2200 (pounds)
Grade: Prefinished Clear
Photosensitivity: Acacia will become more uniform in color upon exposure to light.