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Manufacturer's Product Description

Product Description: Aviation history meets reclaimed wood history with our Moffett Field Redwood Lumber. This premium old-growth redwood comes from the legendary Hangar One zeppelin hangar at Moffett Field near Mountain View, CA. Completed in 1931 by the U.S. Navy, and now operated by the NASA Ames Research Center, Hangar One is one of America's unique structures. This redwood, originally used as part of the roof infrastructure, was milled in the 1920s during the glory days of the California redwood lumber industry. The material was uncovered as part of a recent renovation. The legendary durability of redwood makes it ideal for exterior applications. The beauty of this material also makes it a great candidate for even the most refined interior applications.

Source: Legendary Hangar One zeppelin hangar at Moffett Federal Airfield near Mountain View, CA, originally built by the U.S. Navy in 1931. More on Hangar One and Moffett Field.

Species: Sequoia sempervirens.

Colors: Medium browns with red undertones, ranging from amber to burgundy.

Millwork: S4S, T&G, square-edge profile. Custom milling available.

Net Dimensions: 1/2‹Ё« thick x 4" face width x random lengths of 4' to 12‹Ё« long.

Character: Old-growth, all-heart redwood with occasional fastener holes of 1/4" to 3/8" wide. Generally twin holes at approximately 51-1/2" intervals. Additional fastener holes may be present in some occasional pieces. Occasional surface seasoning checks and oxide stains. Occasional small tight knots. Some clears.

Finish: Comes unfinished, unless otherwise specified.

Certification: Certified 'recycled' by the Forest Stewardship Council. FSC C021798.

LEED: MR 4.1 & 4.2 (Materials Reuse) and MR 5.1 & 5.2 (Regional Materials).

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