BACKWOOD SPECIES

August, 09

PINE



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

A coniferous tree that has around 115 species of pine that are divided in 3 subgenera based on the type of leaves, cones and seeds. Most Pine trees have thick and scaly bark. Using the right Pine for flooring has been the foundation for centuries. It is a widely recognized wood when left in its ordinary color with its bright yellow clean appearance and the occasional knots. Pine enjoys worldwide popularity with its multi usages and a good basic choice for home and office. When stained it makes a fashion statement bringing it to another dimension.


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