BURMA TEAK

  • Burma Teak is selectively harvested from well-managed forests in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma).

  • Burma Teak is Golden Brown in colour with the beautiful flower, straight grains and texture in it.

  • Often regarded as the best teak of the world as contains high amount of “oil in it”. 

  • Burma Teak is highly durable.

Origin : Myanmar (Burma)

Application :

  • Ship and boatbuilding

  • Furniture

  • Exterior construction

  • Marine Decking

  • Yacht construction

BURMA TEAK TIMBER GRADES

  • MEQ ( Middle East Quality)  

  • FEQ (First European Quality)

  • Quarter Sawn

MEQ

  • An MEQ Burmese teak is a teak with one or two defects in the form of saps and knots.

  • It is usually exported to the Middle Eastern countries.

  • Wanes, splits are not permissible.

FEQ

  • First European Quality is a premium standard for Burma teak.

  • An FEQ teak is a teak with no knots, cracks, sapwood or insect holes.

  • It is the highest graded wood within teak and finds effective use in European countries.

  • With uniformity across its four faces, FEQ teak stripes exhibit a quarter, crown, grain, grainless or semi type.

  • It is commonly used in the marine industry for yacht or boat building. It is also used to manufacture furniture and in outdoor decking.

QUARTER SAWN

  • Quarter sawing of any wood will result into the most tough and expensive wood.

  • Burmese teak quarter sawing results into one of the most premium wood of the world.

  • Quarter-sawn wood is more stable.

  • Burma teak quarter sawn is used best in SHIP decking.

  • Quarter sawing reveals dramatic internal rays that add a very cool dimension to the material. 

GHANA TEAK

  • Ghana Teak is moderately hard and heavy.

  • The wood is dark golden-brown to yellowish-white in color.

  • Absolutely decay resistant with dimensional stability.

  • It has moderate bending strength.

Origin: Ghana

Applications:

  • Furniture

  • Door Industry 

  • Door Frame

  • Constructions

  • Garden Pergola

TEAK ROUGH SQUARE EXPORT FROM GHANA

 

  • We load Ghana Teak Rough Squares against order. 

  • Minimum 2 containers order. 

  • Usually the length available is between 2.3-2.5 Meters.

  • Average is 1.5, 1.75 Cubic feet per piece. (Minimum 22 CBM Stuffing per container)

  • We have a set up in Techiman. This is a major hub of South Ghana.

  • The containers are loaded in the supervision of the staff and experienced professionals. 

  • We take care of sustainable development by protecting and cutting legal forestry only.

  • Ghana Teak is one of the cheapest Teak with good oil content in it.

  • Loaded for Port of Mundra, Mulund, Chennai. (Any other ports as required)

  • Also, can export to other countries outside India.

 

PLANTATION TEAK

  • It is considered as a renewable resource, as it is harvested and managed to produce a sustainable supply

  • Since teak can be grown throughout the world's dry-tropical zones, plantations offer a geographically closer source of teak.

  • Wood comes with ease of seasoning without splitting and cracking.

  • It is resistant to termite, fungus, and weathering.

 

Origin: Costa Rica, Panama, Benin, Togo, Congo

Application:

  • Outdoor Furniture

  • Doors, door jambs

  • Indoor Flooring

  • Countertops

  • Veneer for indoor finishing​​

SUDAN TEAK

  • Sudan teak is Golden Brown in colour.

  • It is widely renowned due to its features such as strength and smooth finish.

  • Sudan has straight grains, though it can occasionally be wavy or interlocked.

  • Highly durable, possesses great strength and is resistant to rot and decay.

Origin: Sudan

Applications:

  • Furniture

  • Doors & Windows

  • Roof Rafters

  • Panelling

GOLDEN TEAK

  • Yellow brown to dark golden brown heartwood , grayish or white sapwood.

  • Wood is moderately hard and heavy. 

  • Has excellent decay resistance.

  • Highly durable.

Origin: Mozambique, Myanmar(Burma)

Applications: 

  • Boat Building

  • Yachts

  • Exterior Construction

  • Indoor & Outdoor furniture

Crafted with care

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