Silvertop Ash Eucalyptus sieberi
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Silvertop Ash, or â€˜coast ashâ€™ as it is commonly referrred to due to itâ€™s tendancy to grow along the eastern coast, is a distincitve timber with many features including noticable growth rings, gum veins and pencil streaks. Itâ€™s these features which make it great for visual applications.
The color variation in Silvertop varies from pale to medium brown and often has a light amount of feature which can give a recycled timber look.
Origin– Silvertop Ash grows in southern and central coast of New South Wales, eastern Victoria and north-eastern Tasmania.
PropertiesÂ (in accordance to the AS 5604)
|Unseasoned||S3 (Reasonably High)|
|Seasoned||SD3 (ReasonablyÂ High)|
|In-Ground||Class 3 (5-15 years)|
|Above-Ground||Class 2 (15-40 years)|
|Lyctid Borer Susceptibility||Not Susceptible|
|Termite Resistant||Not Resistant|
|Fire Resistant||BAL29 (Very Resistant)|
- Natural Edge Weatherboard
- Board and Batten
- New Deck
Blonde to Brown in colour. Ideal Cladding material. Light to medium feature.