CHARACTERISTICS OF TREE
Scientific and Botanical Name: Robinia pseudoacacia
Family: Leguminosae Papilionaceae.
Unified Name: Robinia
Growing areal: It grows throughout Europe.
Environment: Is not so much present in the forests, than in uncultivated areas kept to coppice
Trunk; logs and tissues: The tree is 25-30 m tall and in diameter, at breast height, they reaches 60 cm. The trunk is almost never very regular.
Suitability for underfloor heating:
Hardness of wood:
Why choose wooden flooring in robinia?
Robinia is amongst the hardest woods that the European territory offers. Also known as acacia, this timber grows in large quantities and sprouts up very quickly. In addition to offering greater hardness than American oak, it is an excellent alternative wood. In fact, the evaporation treatment to which it is subjected gives this wood the right flexibility and strength needed for wooden flooring. Robinia wood is particularly appreciated by those who want to enjoy the simplicity of real timber, with warm golden tones!