Colour                                                                                     

IronAsh Raw

  • Pale Pink to Yellowish Brown
  • H3 Treatment does give it slighhtly different colouring to un-treated Vic Ash
  • Can be stained to endless colours, see below our recommended choices              

Common Uses

  • Joinery, Linings, Cladding
  • General Construction, External Structures

Alternatives (similar colour)

  • Eastern States Blackbutt, American White Oak

Features & Benefits

  • Dimensionally stable timber as it is cut quartersawn
  • Highly durable due to H3 treatment
  • Internal or external use
  • Veneers readily available
  • Readily accepts stains and paints
  • Can suffer from surface checking 

 

Botanical & Other Names

  • Eucalyptus delegatensis & Eucalyptus regnans, also known as Vic Ash, Alpine or Mountain Ash or Goodwood

Origin

  • Victoria

Certification

  • AFS/PEFC CoC certification also ISO14001 and ISO 4801

Grain

  • IronAsh features a moderately course texture and has a predominately straight grain, although it may be wavy in parts resulting in a fiddleback appearance. Gum veins are also a common appearance feature.

Workability

  • A strong and stable timber, IronAsh offers good all round workability. It planes, sands, finishes and glues well, and will readily steam and bend. This makes Victorian Ash a perfect timber for many applications.

Resistance

  • Termite Resistance                         Resistant
  • Lyctid Susceptibility                        Not Susceptible
  • Marine Borer Resistance                <5 years
  • Bushfire                                            Bal 12.5 & 19. Door and window joinery only
  • Fire Properties Group                     3 – Slightly combustible

 

Stock Sizing

  • 105x19 Cladding
  • 65x19 Batten
  • Enquire for other products and sizings