Bamboo Black Diamond
Color: Stratum Bamboo- Black Diamond
Paper Content: 100% recycled (post-consumer)
Core Material: Bamboo Amber Edge Grain
Certification: FSC®, HPD®, EPD®, GREENGUARD®, Declare
APPLICATION: Interior, Commercial, Residential, Countertops, Casework, Furniture, Wall Paneling, OEM Manufacturing Material, Maker Material
AVAILABLE THICKNESS: 1” (25mm) total thickness – .75” (18mm) Bamboo Amber Edge Grain core with .125" (3mm) Richlite surfaces
AVAILABLE PANEL SIZE: 48” x 96” (2440mm x 1220mm)
SAMPLE FINISH: Both the 2.75 x 2.75" sample and the A4 sample are Honed.
SURFACE FINISH: All panels are sold and shipped with our factory finish. To learn more about specifying the appropriate surface finish, please see below.
THE STRATUM NAME: A stratum is a bed of earth with consistent composition naturally laid amid visually distinct layers. Inspired by the banded cliff edges of Eastern Washington’s stunning Palouse Canyon, Richlite Stratum embeds various plywood species between contrasting layers of paper.
Richlite Stratum Bamboo – Black Diamond embeds Bamboo Amber Edge Grain Plywood between contrasting layers of Black Diamond Richlite. Richlite’s Black Diamond is a rich, velvety black.
PATINA: Richlite patinas like a natural wood product and varies from sheet to sheet. Like wood, it will mature in color, giving greater depth to the surface. Over time and with use, Richlite will develop a seasoned appearance characteristic of the material. There will be more luster in areas of heavier use. Overall, it will appear softer and deeper in tone.
THROUGH COLOR: Due to the natural variation in the way fibers lay within the panel, Richlite has a mottled appearance that patterns in a lengthwise direction. This is less apparent in dark colors; however, the mottled appearance is still present.
SURFACE APPEARANCE: All panels are sold and shipped with our FACTORY FINISH. This finish has a slight texture that is created in the manufacturing process. Factory-finished material is generally used within the OEM manufacturing and industrial machining industries. The Factory finish is the least commonly specified surface finish for architectural applications. Most architectural projects will utilize the Leathered or Honed finishes as described below.