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Janka Wood Hardness Chart - Hosking Hardwood Flooring

Although this Janka Hardness Test is one of the best methods to measure the ability of wood species to withstand indentations, it should be used only as a general guide when comparing various species of wood flooring. 【Get Price】

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Janka Ratings - Lumber Liquidators

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Hardwood Flooring Janka Scale Hardness Test

Janka Hardness Scale for Hardwood Flooring The Janka hardness test was designed to rate the relative hardness of wood (on a scale of 0 to 4000). The test involves measuring the force required to embed a .444″ steel ball into wood to half its diameter. 【Get Price】

Janka Hardness Rating Scale for Hardwood Floors

The Janka Hardness Scale determines the hardness of a particular type of wood over another. The scale was invented in 1906 by Gabriel Janka, an Austrian wood researcher, and standardized in 1927 by the American Society for Testing and Materials ( ASTM ). 【Get Price】

Wood Hardness Scale - Armstrong Flooring Residential

The hardwood hardness scale, also called the Janka wood hardness scale, is a universal rating system that assigns each hardwood species a hardness rating based on its resistance to indentation under a controlled force, as determined in laboratory testing. 【Get Price】