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Teak Woods

Teak is the common name for the tropical hardwood tree species Tectona grandis. Teak is a yellowish brown timber with good grains and texture. It is used in the manufacture of doors and window frames, furniture, columns and beams, outdoor furniture, boat decks, and other articles where weather resistance is desired. It is also used for cutting boards, indoor flooring, counter tops and as a veneer for indoor furnishings. It is very resistant to termite attacks.

Red Meranti

A Imported from Malaysia, coarse texture with medium to large pores, The Dark Read Meranti also known as Malaysian Sal is an inexpressive substitute to the Indian Sal and is preferred by most developers and contractors. Although Malaysian Sal can be used in place of Indian Sal for constructing frames for doors and windows, applications where strength and elasticity are foremost requirements, and where polishing is not so very essential we recommend using Indian Sal for durability and safety.

Deoder Wood

Deodar is the most important timber tree providing soft wood. It can be easily worked and it is moderately strong. It possesses distinct annual rings. It is used for making cheap furniture, railway carriages, railway sleepers, packing boxes, structural work and so forth. Deodar wood is also used in construction of Sauna Chambers.


New Zealand Pine

One of its unique properties is its uniform density, i.e. the small variation in density between spring wood and summer wood within a growth ring. It is this property which confers on New Zealand pine its excellent machining, painting and staining properties. Consisting mainly of white sapwood, with prominent fine resin canals, it presents a uniform appearance with little colour variation between pieces. This is an advantage for subsequent finishing. New Zealand pine has unique properties among softwood species, in that total treatment of sapwood is always achievable. It is very amenable to manipulation of preservative treatment processes, which are environmentally acceptable and give a reliable standard of treatment. New Zealand pine sawn lumber is a versatile structural building material which is well suited to the 2 x 4 building system. It is used equally successfully in larger buildings as glue-laminated lumber and for many other structural applications. New Zealand pine has a low shrinkage which contributes to its stability.

Indian Sal

Sal is one of the most important sources of hardwood timber in India, with hard, coarse-grained wood that is light in colour when freshly cut, but becomes dark brown with exposure. The wood is resinous and durable, and is sought-after for construction, although not well suited to planing and polishing. The wood is specially suitable for constructing frames for doors and windows. Sal is also considered most suitable for railway sleepers, piles, beams and other load bearing parts of bridge structures, wheels and bodies of carts and other similar load carriers, including motor trucks, super structure of house tops, etc. In fact Sal wood is most suitable for all such applications where strength and elasticity are foremost requirements, and where polishing is not so very essential.

Shisham Wood

Shisham is best known internationally as a premier timber species of the rosewood genus but is also used as fuel wood and for shade and shelter. Shisham is among the finest cabinet and veneer timbers. It is the wood from which 'Kartaals', the Rajasthani percussion instrument, are often made. In addition to musical instruments, it is used for plywood, agricultural tools, carvings, boats, skis, flooring, etc. The heartwood is golden to dark brown; the sapwood, white to pale brownish white. The heartwood is extremely durable and is very resistant to dry-wood termites

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