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Spotted Gum | Corymbia maculata

Spotted gum is one of Australia’s premium native hardwoods with a striking appearance and a high degree of natural durability and strength, making it an ideal timber for a variety of structural, exterior, and interior applications.

Uses

Because of its high durability and density, Spotted Gum is a great option timber for external timber cladding, timber ceilings, screening, and decking. Spotted Gum’s unique colour palette makes it a popular choice for interior designers for use and ceilings and walls, especially in our Proplank Click in Batten range.

Spotted Gum is available in the following products:

Characteristics

Spotted Gum is light to dark brown, and sapwood is pale. The texture is moderately coarse, with an interlocked grain, and the frequent presence of wavy grain produces an attractive ' fiddleback' grain. The wood is slightly greasy and gum veins are common.

Colour Variation

Available Finishes

Notes:

As timber is a natural product images above may not fully reflect the true colour and natural variation of the timber, we recommend you view samples and discuss the options before making your final decision.​

Enviro Clear is a water based product for interior use only. It is a film forming, non-yellowing coating which is easy to clean and requires minimal maintenance.

Shou Sugi Ban, further information at https://www.mortlock.com.au/what-you-need-to-know-shou-sugi-ban/

Properties

Origin NSW & QLD
Sustainability PEFC available on request
Availability Readily Available
Durability Class 1 – greater than 40 years
Janka Hardness 11
Density (Dry) 1100 kg/m3
Unit Movement 6.1%
Lyctid Susceptibility Susceptible
Termite Resistance Resistant
Fire Satisfies BCA C1.10A Group 3, Meets BAL 12.5, 19 and 29
Modulus of Elasticity (Dry) 23
Workability Excellent
Comments Suited for both interior and exterior wall cladding, ceilings and floor covering

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