White Ash grows throughout the Eastern U.S. White Ash trees range in height from 80 to 120 feet with diameter from 2 to 5 feet.
The sapwood is light-colored to nearly white and the heartwood varies from grayish or light brown, to pale yellow streaked with brown. The wood is generally straight grained with a coarse uniform texture. The degree and availability of light-colored sapwood, and other properties, will vary according to the growing regions.
Ash machines well, is good in nailing, screwing and gluing, and can be stained to a very good finish. It has good overall strength properties relative to its weight.
Ash is used for furniture, flooring, doors, architectural millwork and mouldings, kitchen cabinets, paneling, tool handles, baseball bats, hockey sticks, billiard cues, skis, oars and turnings.
ROTARY CUT: Rotary cutting is a method used to peel a log into thin sheets of wood as if unrolled from a spool, like paper towels . Rotary cut decorative veneer can give a variegated grain appearance, and can vary tremendously. It is usually the least expensive veneer style. Rotary cutting is the only way to achieve a 48" wide whole-piece face.
Spliced Face Veneers: Composed of several pieces of veneer varying in width that are glued together to form a whole sheet. The way they are laid out determines the final look of the veneer..
- 1/4" Domestic B2 MDF core
- 1/2" Domestic B2 Veneer Core
- 3/4" Domestic B2 Veneer Core.
- 1/4" Import B4 Veneer Core