Origin: White Oak is usually found in the Eastern United States.
Color: The heartwood is a light to medium brown with a cream to light brown sapwood. The sapwood edge is usually very narrow and not clearly defined from the heartwood.
Janka Hardness: 1350 (hard)
Decay and Weather Resistance: White Oak is rated as very durable. The wood has pores that are usually plugged making it resistant to liquids. Beacuse of this, White oak is frequently used in boatbuilding applications, outdoor furniture, and environments where food is handled.
Workability: It is a good option for steam-bending. White Oak glues, stains, and finishes well.
Uses: White Oak is used often for flooring and furniture. It is a great for making tight barrels, kegs, and casks because of the nonporous heartwood. It has long been a leading wood for the construction of ships and boats.
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