WOOD SPECIES

  • ACACIA

    September, 09 2017

    Acacia wood is a type of wood that is derived from the Acacia genus of trees and shrubs which are native to Australia but are also found in Asia, the Pacific Islands, Africa and parts of the Americas

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  • ALBIZIA

    August, 09 2017

    ALBIZIA ( Albezia Chinensis ) is commonly known as “Silk Plants” or “Silk Trees” or “Sirises”. It is wood species that is important for forage, timber and medicinal plants.

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  • GMELINA

    August, 09 2017

    GMELINA (Gmelina Arborea) is a fast growing tree that can grow from 20m to 40m in height. The refreshing Gmelina has pale silvery colored texture.

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  • LINGGUA

    August, 09 2017

    LINGGUA (Petrocarpus Indicus) is also known as Amboyna, the name is derived from Ambon Island, Indonesia. It is one of the most sought after wood and one of the most expensive of all burls.

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  • MAHOGANY

    August, 09 2017

    Straight in grained, reddish brown with fine and even grain. It is free from voids and pockets. The reddish and brown seasoned over time. Excellent workability known to all wood craftsmen.

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  • MERBAU

    August, 09 2017

    MERBAU (Intsia Bijuga) is found typically in the Pacific Ocean Islands and South East Asia. Well known for being hard wood with sprinkles of yellow dust

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  • PINE

    August, 09 2017

    PINE (Pinus Merkussi) Janka Hardness: 4230 Brinell Hardness: 3.6 Dry Weight (kg/m3): 640

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  • SIMPUR

    August, 09 2017

    SIMPUR (Dillenia Excelsa) is also known as Dillenia wood. Simpur trees can grow up to 25m high.

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  • SONOKELING

    August, 09 2017

    SONOKELING (Dalbergia Latifolia) is also known as PALISANDRE or INDIAN ROSEWOOD, a very sought after hardwood. Used for centuries from fine furniture making to all kinds of precious wood ornaments.

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  • TEAK

    August, 09 2017

    TEAK (Tectona Grandis) come from Southern Asia and vastly cultivated. This ever popular species have went through and tested as one of the highest value wood where only time can tell.

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