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Legality of Source: All Sustainable Forest Management Plans and Permits must be registered against legal title by title owner. Supporting letter from Ministry of Forestry confirming legality
Sustainability Sustainability is governed by legislation, namely Forest Act 1992 and Resource Management Act 1992 Sustainability
Density / Hardness Foreverbeech is considered  medium density hardwoods and range between 550/850 kg/m3 dependent on species and other variables. This equates to Janka ratings of 4.7 / 7. Janka test
Stability Foreverbeech is considered the most stable of indigenous timbers once dried. Flooring products are dried to a target MC of 11%.
Durability Heartwood of red and hard Foreverbeech is considered durable to equivalent of H3.2 treatment class with above ground durability for 25 years Durability
Energy usage Foreverbeech is locally produced, saving on energy costs through a reduction in energy miles.

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Solid Flooring Acclimatization Guidelines
Solid Flooring Installation Guidelines
MPI Native Timber Fact Sheet. December 2013.




Engineering Wood Flooring Information

Legality of Source: All New Zealand Sustainable Forest Management Plans and Permits must be registered against legal title by title owner. Supporting letter from Legality of Source: Materials provided by manufacturing partners are also Ministry of Forestry supported by sustainable management plans. Supporting letter from Ministry of Forestry confirming legality
Sustainability Sustainability is governed by legislation, namely Forest Act 1992 and Resource Management Act 1992 Sustainability
Density Foreverbeech surface lamination Hardness Foreverbeech is considered  medium density hardwoods and range between 550/850 kg/m3 dependent on species and other variables. This equates to Janka ratings of 4.7 / 7. Janka test
Stability Foreverbeech is considered the most stable of indigenous timbers once dried. Flooring products are dried to a target MC of 12%.
Structural Flexural test according to standard EN 1533 with product positioned with 500mm distance between supporting beams, Maximum load - 3240N, Deflection - 3.4mm, Flexural stiffness - 477N/mm

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Carb Certificate of Conformity
Formaldehyde Emissions Test
Abrasive Test
end match schematics
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