Kiln Dried American White Ash Timber - 25.4mm

American White Ash is a versatile non-durable, hardword with a coarse texture. American White Ash ranges from a cream to a grey brown colour. A good all-round timber for internal joinery, and often used in furniture manufacturing.
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  • Type: Hardwood
  • Origin: North America
  • Colour: Cream to Grey Brown
  • Texture: Even Coarse
  • Durability: Non-durable
  • Typical Uses: Flooring, furniture, doors and kitchens
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Metric/Imperial Conversions

Measurements

1 metre (1m) is approximately 3ft 3in (39.37in). 1 inch when converted to metric is 25.4mm.

However, when purchasing timber, you will find that there is usually a slight difference between the actual conversion measurement and the measurement used, for example, items measuring 1 inch may be sold as 25mm. Because the industry conversion is fractionally different than the actual imperial conversion, you should always measure in metric (mm, cm, m) to avoid any measurement mistakes.

 

Imperial (inches) Actual (mm) Conversion (mm)
1 25.4 25
2 50.8 50
3 76.2 75
4 101.6 100
5 127 125
6 152.4 150
7 177.8 175
8 203.2 200
9 228.6 225
10 254.0 250
11 279.4 275
12 304.8 300
24 (2ft) 609.6 600
36 (3ft) 914.4 900
48 (4ft) 1219.2 1200
60 (5ft) 1524.0 1500
72 (6ft) 1828.8 1800
84 (7ft) 2133.6 2100
96 (8ft) 2438.4 2400