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Tasmanian Oak is prized for its blonde colour and distinct grain, complementing modern colour tones

Our Tasmanian Oak interior range of linings are manufactured from PEFC Certified timber. Tilling Tasmanian Oak linings have an unsurpassed reputation for quality, using only ‘Select’ grade raw material, the highest grade available.

Because Tilling uses mostly Eucalyptus obliqua in our material mix, our Tasmanian Oak lining boards tend towards the lighter end of the species colour spectrum.  Natural colour tones range from pale straw to light brown with intermediate shades of cream and pink.  This species is recognised for its excellent staining qualities, which allow ready matching with other timbers, finishes or furnishings.

V-Joint profiles are available either uncoated or pre-finished with three coats of UV cured semi gloss polyurethane.  SlimLine and ShipLap profiles are available uncoated, ready to accept your choice of stain or finish.  All lining products can be installed horizontally or vertically depending on the style you wish to achieve.  See our detailed installation instructions for further details.

V-Joint

Provides a subtle shadow between boards.  Boards have a dressed face and are available either uncoated or pre-finished (PF) with three coats of UV cured semi gloss polyurethane.

SlimLine

Sleek and minimalist, this refined lining has a slim 5mm shadow line between boards, compatible with expressed join detailing within the home.  Boards have a dressed face and are available uncoated, ready to stain.

ShipLap

This bold lining profile features broad shadow lines between boards, and is another great traditional profile.  Boards have a dressed face and are available uncoated, ready to stain.

Specifications

Speciesmixture – Eucalyptus obliqua (majority), E. delegatensis, E. regnans
Acoustic (Rw+Ctr)23
Product GradeSelect (see our Grading Definitions page for further details)
Product Weights
PSNV4T, PSNV6T, PSN14T, PSN16T & PSN26T9.360 kg/m2 (based on coverage)
PSNV4TPF & PSNV6TPF9.480 kg/m2 (based on coverage)
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