9.8 ft x 13.1 ft = 129.2 ft²
50.8 px/inch (DPI)
9.8 ft x 3.2 ft = 32 ft²
84.7 px/inch (DPI)
9.8 ft x 1.2 ft = 11.6 ft²
127 px/inch (DPI)
Robinia pseudacacia L., Robinia fragilis Salisb., Pseudacacia odorata Moench. (Fam. Leguminosae Papilionatae)
Falsche Akazie, Robinie, Robinier, Faux Acacia, Robinia, False acacia, Black locust, Robinia, Cascia, Gaggia
As solid wood mainly for the production of tool-stems and pieces of sports equipment instead of European Ash and Hickory; less often also used in construction (interior- and exterior use) instead of Afzelia, European Oak and Teak.
USA: Virginia, Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Mexico; Europe (cultured): predominant Hungary, Romania
The sapwood and the heartwood are not sharply separated. The sapwood is very narrow and yellowish, while the heartwood is greenish yellow and matt-finished when freshly cut, turns darker to a gold brown shade. It appears very decorative by sharp defined annual rings and a clearly flat- and stripes design. It has no specific smell or taste. The wood is usually straight grown, the texture medium-fine, with a strong contrast between the porous spring- and the thick summerwood.