ZEBRANO

ORIGIN

Microberlinia

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Zebrano Wood Floor
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South Africa

INFO

Similarly to Teak, the bending and compression strength of Zebrano is strong. This timber species is reported to be fairly hard, very heavy, very dense, with good toughness and impact properties. Although it is strong, its uses usually do not require great strength.

APPEARANCE

The heartwood is a light golden-yellow or pale yellow-brown in color, with narrow-veining or streaks of dark brown to almost black. Zebrano exhibits a wide range of colour variation and as the name suggests, it gives a zebra-stripe appearance. This type of species is typically sold in a quartered selection to maximise the contrasting striping. With distinct brown/black lines alternating between a tan coloured background, Zebrano is primarily used for design accents.

1658 :HARDNESS (JANKA)

COMMONLY USED

Flooring, Wall Cladding, Ceiling and Furniture.

EXPLORE OTHERS

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MAPLE

BEECH

BIRCH

BAMBOO

TASMANIA

OAK

ASH

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YELLOW

BALAU

EUROPEAN

OAK

AMERICAN

OAK

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CHENGAL

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IROKO

ACCOYA

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AFRICAN 

GOLDEN TEAK

IPE

WALNUT

MERBAU

TEAK

SIENNA

WALNUT

SAPELE

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IRONWOOD

AMERICAN

WALNUT

INDIAN

ROSE WOOD

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WENGE

PATAGONIA

WALNUT