Engineered 120mm Tigerwood Floor UV Lacquer

Plank Dimensions:14T x 120W x 900mmL
Wear Layer:3mm Tigerwood
Joint Profile:Tongue & Groove
Edges Style:Mirco-Beveled
Core:Cross-directional Eucalyptus plywood
Formaldehyde Emission:E0 | F****
ECO(FSC,PEFC) Certification:Available on request
Filler Color:Natural
Finish Type:UV Lacquer


Commercial Warranty

  • Structural-Lifetime
  • 25-yr Residential/2-yr Light Commercial when properly maintained per Care & Maintenance Instructions
  • Not approved for use over radiant heat systems due to wide width

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Tigerwood Characteristics

Tigerwood, or African walnut, scientific name: Lovoa spp. , including L. browaii and L. trichilioides, mainly distributed in West tropical Africa.

Just like its commercial name, it displays a ribbon-stripe figuring on the quartersawn surfaces. The heartwood is a golden yellow to reddish brown, sometimes with darker streaks and veins. Color tends to darken upon exposure and with age. Sapwood is a medium yellow to light gray, and is generally narrow and clearly demarcated from heartwood; a narrow transition zone is sometimes present between heartwood and sapwood. The grain is usually slightly interlocked, but is sometimes straight. Medium, uniform texture, with a high level of natural luster.

Unlike most of the tropical wood species, tigerwood is less harder and denser than white oak (Janka hardness 4180N, specific gravity 0.54 g/cm3 at 12% MC). It is usually used as rotary or sawn veneer. The various look makes it unique in flooring decoration.


*Top layer thickness is measured prior to the finishing process. Finishing processes such as brushing may affect the overall thickness.

** Based upon the use of formaldehyde-free glues, our timber floors are in full compliance with F**** formaldehyde emissions regulations.

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