Ironwood or also known as (Eusideroxylon zwageri) is a type of wood that comes from tropical forests in Southeast Asia, especially in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Ironwood has various advantages that are very profitable in various products. This type of wood has extraordinary strength and durability so it is resistant to extreme climate changes. Ironwood also has …

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Rimba Campuran

Mixed forest wood is a construction material that has a number of advantages, making it an attractive choice in various applications. One of its main advantages is its abundant availability, because it is obtained from mixed forests. This type of wood also has good resistance to pest and fungal attacks so it is durable and …

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Meranti Wood

Meranti is a soft to firm hardwood timber. Meranti is not subject to warping or twisting and is dent resistant. Because of its stability it can be used for a wide variety of applications. Meranti ranges from pale-red to reddish/brown. Due to the number of variations being marketed under the botanical species name Shorea, yet …

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Palapi Wood

Heartwood brown or red, occasionally with colour stripes. Sapwood pale yellowish brown or pink-brown, not always clearly contrasting from the mostly reddish-brown heartwood, narrow to medium width. Woods of medium to coarse texture; slight glossy, irregular grain (transom bar) as well as fine reflection appear more frequently. Common Uses : Outdoor or indoor use. Especially …

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Jabon Wood

Yellowish sapwood, barely differentiated from the heartwood; 290-560 kg/cu (15% moisture content); fine to medium texture; straight grain; low luster; no charakteristic odor or taste; wood is easy to process mannually or mechanically, cuts cleanly and is easy to nail; non-durable, but can easily be impregnated (for durability and increased densitiy/compressive strength); dries fast with …

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Kempas tends to be an orangish-brown, with an overall mahogany-like appearance. Kempas has a medium to coarse open texture. The grain is interlocked and sometimes wavy. The wood can also have streaks of brittle tissue that can be a source of mechanical weakness. Common Uses: Flooring, heavy construction, railroad crossties, plywood, and pallets (throughout its natural …

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The heartwood is orangey yellow darkening to golden brown. Presence of whitish resin veins. It does not have clearly demarcated sapwood. The grain is straight or interlocked and the texture is coarse. The hardness varies from soft to fairly hard. Common Uses: furniture, flooring, veneer, boxes and crates, panelling, mpoulding, joinery, sliced veneer, formwork Jenis : …

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Heartwood can be pale pink to reddish or purplish brown. Sapwood is lighter colored, and not clearly delineated from heartwood. It has a typically straight to shallowly interlocking grain. Texture is moderately fine. Common Uses: Furniture, plywood, and interior joinery.