Pin Oak (Quercus palustris)

 
 
 
 

Family - Fagaceae

Distribution - Canada, Iran, United States

Other Names: Cucharillo, Encino, Encino negro, Mamecillo, Roble amarillo / colorado / encino, Roblecito, Spanish oak, Spanish swamp oak, Swamp oak, Water oak

Characteristics: The heartwood is pinkish to light red brown, while the sapwood is whitish grey brown. It has an even grain with figured patterns. It has a fine texture. It weighs about 790 Kg / m3 when dried.

Working Qualities: It is easy to work, sand, glue and turn. The timber polishes fairly well. The timber screws well, but need to be predrilled for nailing.

Uses: Boat building, cabinetmaking, furniture, flooring, joinery, kitchen cabinets, veneer.

 
 
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