Ipe Hardwood Decking Is The Best Hardwood Available.
Ipe decking has a rich dark brown color with beautiful grain characteristics. Also known as Brazilian Walnut, an Ipe hardwood deck will gradually age to a lustrous silver-grey if left untreated. Ipe Decking can be oiled or stained to retain its rich brown color.
Ipe Decking is the strongest and most resilient natural untreated hardwood material available on the market today. Ipe decking is an increasingly popular choice for both commercial and residential use. Used both as decking and siding, Ipe truly is the best hardwood product available in terms of strength, stability, and durability. Our Ipe hardwood decking contains no harmful chemicals and can be used near water with no worry of contamination. Also, Ipe decking is naturally resistant to decay, wet conditions, and infestation of termites along with all other wood boring insects, making it the perfect hardwood choice for building in a variety of climates.
Product Dimensions Available: 1×4, 1×6, 1×8, 5/4×4, 5/4×6, 5/4×8, 5/4×12, 2×4, 2×6, 2×8, 2×10, 2×12, 4×4 – custom milling and profiles available
Product Applications: Decking, docks, siding, trim, accent walls, rainscreen, outdoor showers, gazebo, fencing
Species of Wood: Ipe
Photosensitivity: Ipe will darken upon exposure to light.
Density: 1,050 (KG/m3)
Janka Hardness: 3,510 lbf (15,620 N)
Modulus of Rupture (MOR): 25,660 lbf/in2 (177.0 MPa)
Modulus of Elasticity (MOE): 3,200,000 lbf/in2 (22.07 GPa)
Grade: First Clear
Usage: S4S E4E
Weight Per 1000 Board Feet: 4200 lb
Other Names: Ipe, Brazilian Walnut, Lapacho
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