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Ash trees are common throughout the temperate regions of northern latitudes


   

The sapwood of ash is often a light brown color but can vary to gray. Ash is usually straight grained with high shock resistance. This is one of the reasons that ash is used for tool handles and baseball bats.

Ash has a good workability and is able to hold a screw or nail quite well. Ash also takes glue well.

Ash is easy to work with and takes a finish well.

Commonly used for:

  • Handles
  • Base Ball Bats
  • Flooring
  • Hand Tools
  • Boxes
  • Pallets

Ash is also known as:

  • American White Ash
  • Biltmore Ash
  • Canadian Ash
  • Mountain Ash

Toxicity:

Ash is not known to have any toxic characteristics.

Ash Ash
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Ash

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