Solid White Oak

Model: QC-HW-OK-NT | Date:2013-09-10

Name: White Oak Hardwood/Solid Wood Flooring

Size: RL X 83 X 18mm
         RL X 90 X 18mm
         RL X 125 X 18mm
Other sizes are workable

Joint: Tongue & groove 
Surface: Smooth UV lac
Structure: One Piece Solid Wood
End: micro bevel
Grade: Select AB
Color: Natural;

 Loading: 1100m2/20'FCL;
MOQ: Negotiable

Other requirements:
Smoked, Carbonized, color-stained, brushed, Sawn-mark, Fire-burn, multi-ply/3-ply, other sizes, unfinished, etc are workable

Wood species: White Oak
Latin name: Quercus spp.
Wood Properties:
Oak wood has a density of about 0.75 g/cm3, great strength and hardness, and is very resistant to insect and fungal attack because of its high tannin content. It also has very appealing grain markings, particularly when quartersawn. Oak planking was common on high status Viking longships in the 9th and 10th centuries. The wood was hewn from green logs, by axe and wedge, to produce radial planks, similar to quarter-sawn timber. Wide, quarter-sawn boards of oak have been prized since the Middle Ages for use in interior paneling of prestigious buildings such as the debating chamber of the House of Commons in London, and in the construction of fine furniture. Oak wood, from Quercus robur and Quercus petraea, was used in Europe for the construction of ships, especially naval men of war, until the 19th century, and was the principal timber used in the construction of European timber-framed buildings. Today oak wood is still commonly used for furniture making and flooring, timber frame buildings, and for veneer production.

The most common wood floor used in the world is oak. white oak is the name of the tree, not the color of the wood. What ever the reason for its name, a white oak floor is a surface that will hold up to wear and use. Due to its hardness, white oak resists dents, an important consideration if you're not planning to use area rugs.
The quality and consistency of the grain pattern is one of the characteristics that drives the price of an oak floor. The more consistent the grain, the more expensive the floor will be. And oak is highly resistant to dents and deep scratches.