Elm, Red "Burl" - #7075 (JW) - 1-1/4" x 7" to 16" x 91" FREE SHIPPING within the Contiguous US.
SKU #: A7075
|Dimensions (TxWxL)||1-1/4" x 7" to 16" x 91"|
|Drying Method||Air Dried|
|Location||Local (US Residents)|
|ETA from Time of Order||0 - 10 days|
Slabs are unfinished and pictured wet to show grain.
More commonly referred to as Slippery Elm in tree form (so named for its gelatinous inner bark), Ulmus rubra is typically called Red Elm in most woodworking applications, in reference to its reddish heartwood.
Elm trees are commonly infected with Dutch elm disease, a fungal disease spread by elm bark beetles. D.E.D. has wiped out millions of Elm trees worldwide.
Color/Appearance: Heartwood is light to medium reddish brown. Paler sapwood is usually well defined.
Grain/Texture: Grain is interlocked (making it very resistant to splitting). With a somewhat coarse, uneven texture.
Rot Resistance: Rated as non-durable; susceptible to insect attack. Living trees are susceptible to Dutch elm disease.
Millwork (sanding, prepping) and Finishing (staining, sealing) available on request.