Tongue and Groove Exotic Sucupira Flooring, 300-2100 mm Long

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Solid wood type South American Hardwood
Species Sucupira preta (Sapupira, Zwarte Kabbes)
Key feature FSC
Origin Brazil
Type Tongue & Groove


Volume 1 - 20000 m2 (sqm) Spot - 1 time Convert
Thickness 15; 20 mm  Convert
Width 90; 120; 140 mm Convert
Length 300-2100 mm Convert
Quality A grade
Sucupira flooring, also known as Tiete Chestnut or Brazilian Chestnut, is a great combination of the exotic and the practical. It is a stunning wood that can easily stand up to a large amount of foot traffic. Sucupira hardwood has rich red-brown, chocolate-brown, or light brown heartwood with yellowish or whitish tones and high luster. Sucupira wood possesses a medium to coarse texture with an interlocked grain. With its dark warming tones, a nearby fireplace would be the perfect accompaniment for a Sucupira floor. With its rich tones and great durability, Sucupira floors are becoming a popular flooring choice for a variety of venues.

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Price On demand EUR per m2 (sqm) Convert
Incoterm EXW - ex-works (seller's), goods are at seller's place Country Czech Republic Region Prague
Delivery deadline Available on order in more than 30 days
Sells to: Worldwide


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