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Classic Heart Pine - Millwork Stock - Product Info
Old growth pine forests once covered approximately 90,000,000 acres of the Southeastern United States. The highly-coveted heartwood of these ancient forests were used to build top-notch sailing vessels and mills and industrial buildings across the eastern United States. Lumber milled from antique Heart Pine lumber is dense and durable and its warm and inviting beauty is beyond compare.
|Species||Southern Yellow Pine/Heart Pine|
|Source||Hammonds Cold Storage Building, Chicago and other reclaimed wood projects from different locations in North America|
|Heart Content||At least 80% (taken collectively)|
|Holes||Occasional random nail holes and bolt holes; some staining around the nail holes and bolt holes or on the face is allowable. "Naily" material has frequent nail holes on each piece.|
|Knots||1 tight knot (1" or under) every 1 square foot allowed (on a 1x6 board, this would translate into 1 tight knot every 2 linear feet); larger knots in lower frequency allowed (for example, a 2" knot in 2 square feet that is otherwise clear would be allowed); 2" maximum knot size|
|Checking/Cracks||Moderate amounts of surface checking allowed; no cracks|
|Grain Pattern||Tight grain; Vertical, Flat or Mixed|
|Standard Dimensions||a) Thickness (net): 4/4"; b) Width: Various; most common widths are 6" and 8" (nominal); actual widths typically range from 1/2" under listed width to full listed width (6" and 8" boards would typically measure from 5 1/2" to 6" and from 7 1/2" to 8", respectively); and c) Length: 2' increments, up to 16'|
|Weight||Typically, approximately four pounds per board foot|
|Appearance Variation||Boards can vary in appearance from piece to piece and even within a piece. The characteristics described on this specification sheet generally apply to each board's featured face. The opposite face and edges can differ from the featured face in texture, coloring, and other characteristics unless otherwise noted.|