Oak Wood for Dowels
Common Name: Oak, red
Well Pleased -- 09/01/2017 Very well pleased with the product and the service-- By Orley Lambright
Excellent Quality -- 02/21/2017 Excellent quality walnut dowels, well sanded. Arrived in great shape. Mostly heart wood and all structurally sound-- By Austin Boyd
Very Pleased -- 08/17/2016 Product is excellent, bone dry, milled perfectly. Production was swift, delivery on time. Had time constraints & advised this at time of order. Communications with Bear Woods by email immediate & helpful. First time customer -- very pleased.-- By Bob F.
All Good -- 05/12/2016 smooth and round, shipped quickly-- By Mike Chumbler
About the Oak that is turned into Dowels: Oak (Red Oak Group) Most red oak comes from the Eastern States. The sapwood is nearly white and roughly 2 to 5 cm (1 to 2 in.) wide. The heartwood is brown with a tinge of red. Wood of the red oaks is heavy. Rapidly grown second growth wood is generally harder and tougher than finer textured old-growth wood. The red oaks have fairly high shrinkage upon drying.The red oaks are primarily cut into lumber, railroad crossties, mine timbers, fence posts, veneer, pulpwood, and fuelwood. Ties, mine timbers, and fence posts require preservative treatment for satisfactory service. Red oak lumber is remanufactured into flooring, furniture, general millwork, boxes, pallets and crates, agricultural implements, caskets, wooden ware, and handles. It is also used in railroad cars and boats.
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