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Comments: High quality: Stabilized oak is a material of choice for cutlery because of its superior quality. The stabilized oak we offer is a...
Latin name: Quercus
Color: beige and brown (natural)
Stabilized oak wood, also known by its Latin name Quercus, is oak wood that has been treated with a stabilization process to make it stronger and more durable. Oak is a type of wood renowned for its strength, durability and aesthetic appeal. However, natural oak wood can be sensitive to changes in humidity and decay, which can limit its use in certain applications.
The process of stabilizing oak wood generally involves the use of resins under vacuum or pressure to penetrate deep into the wood's pores. These resins then harden, filling the wood's voids and pores and strengthening its structure. Stabilized wood thus becomes less sensitive to variations in humidity, considerably reducing the risk of warping, swelling or shrinking.
The advantages of stabilized oak wood are manifold:
Because of its enhanced strength and attractive aesthetics, stabilized oak wood is appreciated in a variety of craft industries, including knife making, pens, musical instruments, leather goods, decorative items and much more. Its versatility and durability make it a popular choice for those seeking to combine the natural beauty of wood with enhanced strength and stability properties.
We offer stabilized wood from Denmark, the company RAFFIR has developed a new stabilization process