WOOD SPECIES (ORIGIN)
Chlorophora Excelsa a native of West Africa is a large tree which may reach as much as 50 metres in height and even up to 1.80 metres or more in diameter.
With a dark colour with shades ranging from brownish yellow to green a structure with straight, regular trunks and buttresses which supply logs of considerable length, it is a particularly tough, long life tree.
Iroko is a medium-hard species of timber with only slight shrinkage and excellent resistance to damp and wear.
It has an intricate vein pattern with iridescent highlights tending to golden brown which becomes darker over time.
Due to its outstanding strength and durability Iroko is suitable for use not just as a covering material in homes but also in boat building as it is particularly resistant to salt spray.
Essentia (top layer 4mm)
See the difference between surface treatments here.
Meso 90mm (w) x 580/980mm (h) x 11mm (d)
Mega 120mm (w) x 780/1480mm x 13mm (d)
Giga 140mm (w) x 1180/1980mm (h) x 13mm(d)
Prime Grade (Civita)
Feature Grade (Naturae)
What's the difference between the grades?
A large African native, Iroko's beauty and excellent resistance to damp and wear makes it a popular choice not only for timber flooring but also in boat building. It is particularly resilient to salt spray and therefore perfect for coastal properties.
The Iroko range is available on indent only with a lead-time of approximately 10-12 weeks.