Color / Appearance:
Tends to be light-brown, Heartwood color is darkening with age. It has less oil content, and is less durable than Burmese or African teak.
Grain / Texture:
With medium-sized open pores, the teak has a coarse texture. Its grain tends to be straight, or it can be wavy or interlocked. Also, the Teak has a slightly oily / greasy feel with its natural oils.
Teak has been regarded as perfect standard for decay resistance. Resistant to termites, its heartwood is very durable.
Leather-like odor when milled.
This species of wood is not listed in the CITES Appendices, or on the IUCN Red List.
Ship & boat building, furniture, exterior construction, veneer, turnings, carving, doors & windows.
Botanical Name: Tectona Grandis
Average Dried Wt.: 18-22 kg/Cft
Furniture, Flooring, Interior, Exterior, Door
Lengths: 3 ft to 10 ft
Widths: 3 inc to 10 inc
Thickness: 1.5 inch to 4 inch
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