Ash, White

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Domestic Hardwood Ash, White

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Latin Name: Fraxinus americana

Family: Oleaceae - the Olive family

Other Common Name(s): American Ash, Ash, Biltmore Ash, Biltmore White Ash, Canadian Ash, Cane Ash, Fresno, Green Ash, Mountain Ash, Natural Ash, Red Ash, White Ash

Domestic Hardwood

Suitable for Exterior/Interior Use
Interior Use Only

Baseball Bats, Cabinets, Cooperage, Furniture, Mouldings, Millwork, Sports Equipment

The tree grows both in Canada and the United States. In the U.S. white ash can be found growing in all states east of the Mississippi River, and can be found as far west as Kansas and Oklahoma. The tree prefers moist soils in valleys and along slopes. It is usually found growing with other hardwoods.

General Description: The sapwood which tends to be very narrow is almost pure white, which is in contrast to the heartwood which is typically brown to dark brown and even have a slight reddish tinge.

Price Range ($ least expensive, $$$$$ most expensive):

Working Properties
Machining: Good
Nailing: Good
Glueing: Good
Screwing: Good
Finishing: Good

Physical Properties
Weight (lbs/BF): 3.533
Specific Gravity: 0.56-0.67
Modulus of Rupture (psi): 8,900-15,050
Modulus of Elasticity (1,000 psi): 1435-1720
Side Hardness (lbs): 1320

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