What is Red Oak Wood?
One of the species that is most frequently seen in American hardwoods is red oak, which is used for a wide range of applications.
Red oak has white to light brown sapwood and pinkish-reddish brown heart wood. It has a medium bending strength, is stiff, and is hard and hefty. White oak-like in overall look, the wood has a less distinct form because of the smaller rays. Most of the wood has a straight grain and a gritty feel. According to the best exotic wood dealers in India, it is most commonly found in kitchen cabinets, flooring, moulding, doors, architectural mill work, furniture, caskets, and paneling.
Red oaks typically have light brown sapwood and pinkish to reddish brown heartwood, though not always. The sapwood and heartwood have quite pronounced color differences. Red oaks typically have straight-grained, coarse-textured wood as supplied by the best exotic wood suppliers in India.
Red oak is one of the most environmentally friendly woods, and is best selling products from exotic wood suppliers in India. The IUCN has classified red oaks as a species of least concern since they are more common than white oaks, are not included in the CITES Appendices, and are not listed in the CITES Appendices.
Our assortment of sawn wood made from red oak includes:
- Without knots or cracks, clear
- Various widths of material and edged
- Available materials include KD
- Size: offered in 26, 50 and 65mm thicknesses
- Origin: United States of America.