Technical species specifications for Patagonian Rosewood Hardwood Flooring from Fantastic Floor - Discount Exotic and Domestic Hardwood Flooring, Prefinished Solid Flooring, Unfinished Solid Flooring and Engineered Flooring.

Patagonian Rosewood Hardwood Flooring

  • Scientific Name, Other Names: Anadenanthera colubrina, Kurupay, Patagonian Rosewood, Curupau
  • Description: The Fantastic Floor offers the exotic species of Patagonian Rosewood Hardwood Flooring at incredible prices! Patagonian Rosewood originates from the forests of Paraguay and is also known as Curupau. Patagonian Rosewood is a naturally lustrous and highly compatible with any home design or color scheme. With color variations ranging from pale pink and yellow tones to dark mahogany brown shades and occasional black streaking the species of Patagonian Rosewood is “Art for your Floor”! Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring also earns the badge of being THE hardest wood species that flooring is made from. With a wood Janka hardness rating of 3,840 Patagonian Rosewood is particularly resilient against wear and tear. Give us a call today at 888-448-9663 to inquire about our solid or engineered Patagonian Rosewood Hardwood Flooring.
  • Janka Hardness: 3,840 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 23,780 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 2,730 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 1,020
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 8.4 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 4.8 %
  • About: Patagonian Rosewood flooring is used in medium and high-end residential and commercial applications for a dramatically elegant floor. It works well in rustic homes as well as in contemporary structures. Fantastic Floor offers Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring from 1/2" to 3/4" thick, 3" to 5" wide, with lengths up to 7'. Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring is available prefinished and unfinished in both solid and engineered flooring formats.
  • Family: Leguminosae
  • Tree Characteristics: The Patagonian Rosewood tree can reach a height of 80 feet. The diameter of its trunk is typically 2 to 3 feet.
  • Geographic Area: Patagonian Rosewood trees grow in Argentina as well as subtropical and dry forests of Paraguay and Brazil.
  • Color: Patagonian Rosewood offers an extremely wide range of color variability. Patagonian Rosewood has pale brown / amber heartwood before exposed to the light. After exposure to light this species undergoes a dramatic color change. Colors will change to a dark reddish-brown with black streaks. The black striping in this wood becomes less pronounced over time due to significant color muting.
  • Photosensitivity: Patagonian Rosewood will darken dramatically upon prolonged exposure to light. This color change will occur in Prefinished and Unfinished flooring formats. In solid and engineered hardwood.
  • Luster: Patagonian Rosewood hardwood is naturally lustrous. Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring is typically finished to a Satin or Semi-gloss sheen.
  • Grain: Patagonian Rosewood has irregular and/or interlocked graining.
  • Texture: Patagonian Rosewood has a fine and uniform texture. Patagonian Rosewood flooring is typically finished to a smooth surface.
  • Drying Characteristics: Patagonian Rosewood dries slowly with minimal warping, but checking often occurs during kiln drying. It is best to acclimate engineered Patagonian Rosewood flooring for 1 week and solid Patagonian Rosewood flooring for 2 weeks prior to installation.
  • Working Characteristics: Patagonian Rosewood can be difficult to work as a result of hardness, severely blunting cutting edges. Planing requires a cutting angle of 10 - 15 degrees in order to avoid tearing the wood's irregular grain. It is best to keep the relative humidity levels in the home between 35% and 50% before, during, and after installing Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring.
  • Durability Rating: Patagonian Rosewood flooring is extremely durable and resists denting and traffic wear quite well. Patagonian Rosewood is harder than many North American species because of its density and is relatively stable. Patagonian Rosewood flooring is very heavy, weighing ~ 3.5lbs per square foot.
  • Applications: Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring, exterior construction, furniture, and turned objects. Please note, unfinished Patagonian Rosewood flooring is sold in open, strapped bundles and not sold in boxes. Prefinished solid Patagonian Rosewood flooring and prefinished engineered Patagonian Rosewood flooring are sold in boxes. Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring must be purchased in full bundles or boxes.

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