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Hardwoods Across The World

Tropical Hardwoods

The Tropical forests of West and Central Africa produce a wide range of hardwoods from Cedrela to Utile, all suitable for cabinet making, boat building to construction work and decorative veneers.

American Hardwood

The American hardwood industry dates back to the first European settlers and today claims to have more temperate hardwood species than any other region of the world.

European Hardwood

The vast forests of Europe are today one of our most valuable sources of indigenous deciduous species like Ash, Beech, Birch, Oak and Sycamore.

TROPICAL HARDWOOD

The Tropical forests of West and Central Africa produce a wide range of hardwoods from Cedrela to Utile, all suitable for cabinet making, boat building to construction work and decorative veneers. Malaysia is the world’s 5th largest producer of tropical hardwoods, among its many indigenous species, include Dark Red Meranti, Seraya, Keruing and Yellow Balau.

All of our hardwoods are sourced from Tropical West and Central Africa, species include Iroko/Sapele/Utile/Obeche & Idigbo. These species of hardwood are all suitable for use in the joinery and cabinet making industry to the boat building and construction industry.

IDIAGBO

Colour – Yellow to light brown with a straight grain, medium to coarse texture.

Use – Furniture and high-class joinery both internally and externally. Suitable for flooring & mouldings.

Sizes – 25mm | 50mm | 77mm

Lengths– 1.8m to 4.2m

IROKO

Colour – Varies from light yellow to golden brown and the texture is coarse with an interlocked grain. Hard-wearing timber which is resistant to decay.

Use – Joinery and Kitchen industry – Boatbuilding and marine work.

Sizes – 25mm | 32mm | 50mm | 63mm | 75mm | 100mm

Lengths– 1.8m – 4.8m

OBECHE

Colour – Pale straw to nearly white in colour, fine even texture with interlocked grain.

Use – Woodwork, interior joinery & furniture.

Sizes – 25mm | 32mm | 63mm | 75mm | 100mm

Lengths– 1.8m to 4.8m

Colour – Pale straw to nearly white in colour, fine even texture with interlocked grain.

Use – Woodwork, interior joinery & furniture.

Sizes – 25mm | 32mm | 63mm | 75mm | 100mm

Lengths– 1.8m to 4.8m

UTILE

Colour – Reddish or purplish brown with an interlocked grain. An open texture due to the larger sizes of the pores. Strenght is comparable to European Beech.

Use – High-quality joinery, cabinetwork, boat building and furniture.

Sizes – 25mm | 32mm | 38mm | 50mm | 63mm | 100mm

Lengths – 1.8m to 5.4m

AMERICAN HARDWOOD

The American hardwood industry dates back to the first European settlers and today claims to have more temperate hardwood species than any other region of the world. From the heavily forested Eastern States to the Appalachian mountain range, its hardwood forests support a wide variety of commerical species.

Grading rules established more than a century ago and good forest management practice ensure product stability, consistency and sustainability.American Hardwoods – Ash, Cherry, American Maple, American Red Oak, American White Oak, Popular (Tulipwood), American Walnut

ASH

Colour – Colour Pale cream to greyish brown in colour, straight grained with a coarse but even texture.

Use – Use All types of sports equipment and striking handles. Increasingly used for joinery, furniture, shopfitting and panelling.

Sizes – 25mm / 32mm / 38mm /5 0mm / 63mm / 75mm

Lenghts– 1.8m to 4.5m

CHERRY

Colour – Ranges from rich pinkish red/brown, very fine grain and smooth texture.

Use – furniture and cabinet making, decorative joinery and kitchen manufacturing, not suitable for external use.

Sizes – 25mm/32mm/38mm/50mm/63mm/75mm

Lenghts– 1.8m to 3.6m

AMERICAN MAPLE

Colour – Colour Cream – white to reddish brown tinge, renowned for its strenght and resistance to shock. Straight grained with fine and even texture.

Use – Heavy duty flooring, furniture, internal joinery and panelling.

Sizes – 25mm/32mm/38mm/50mm/63mm/75mm

Lenghts– 1.8m – 4.2m

AMERICAN RED OAK

Colour – Ranges from rich pinkish red/brown, very fine grain and smooth texture.

Use – furniture and cabinet making, decorative joinery and kitchen manufacturing, not suitable for external use.

Sizes – 25mm/32mm/38mm/50mm/63mm/75mm

Lenghts– 1.8m to 3.6m

POPLAR (TULIPWOOD)

Colour – Colour ranges from a light yellowish brown to a pink colour with a reddish tinge.

Use – Joinery, panelling, furniture, shopfitting, flooring and windows.

Sizes – 25mm/32mm/38mm/50mm/63mm/75mm

Lenghts– 1.8m to 4.5m

AMERICAN WALNUT

Colour – Rich dark brown to purplish-black, finishes beautifully with an excellent decorative appearance due to its outstanding grain, colour and pattern. Grain patterns vary from plain to highly figured.

Use – Widely used in cabinet & kitchen manufacturing, joinery and shopfitting. Also used in boat building plywood manufacturing and panelling.

Sizes – 25mm/32mm/38mm/50mm/63mm/75mm

Lengths – 1.8m to 4.5m

EUROPEAN HARDWOOD

The vast forests of Europe are today one of our most valuable sources of indigenous deciduous species like Ash, Beech, Birch, Oak and Sycamore.

Efficient forest management has meant these popular timbers are responsibly sourced and readily available for us all to enjoy and admire.Beech, Birch, European White Oak

BEECH

Colour – Whitish or very pale pink-brown, if steamed then a reddish-brown hue. Straight grain with fine and even texture.

Use – Cabinet making, high-class joinery, furniture components especially in the manufacturing of chair and tables.

Sizes – 25mm/32mm/38mm/50mm/70mm/80mm

Lengths – 1.8m – 3.0m

EUROPEAN OAK

Colour – Light tan to biscuit with silver-grey figure on quarter-sawn. Straight grained with a medium to coarse texture.

Use – Furniture and cabinetwork suitable for internal and external work. Veneers, flooring & shopfitting.

Sizes – 25mm/32mm/50mm/63mm/75mm

Lengths – 1.8m to 4.5m

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