IMPORTED TIMBERS & LUMBERS

TEAK

1. BURMESE TEAK WOOD

Burmese Teak wood furniture
Burmese Teak Wood furniture, Reldorwoods
  • Burma Teak is selectively harvested from well-managed forests in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma).
  • Burmese 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 it contains a high amount of “oil in it”. 
  • Burma Teak is highly durable

Origin : Myanmar (Burma)
Applications : Ship & Boatbuilding, Household Furniture, Exterior Construction, Marine Decking, Yacht Construction

Burma Teak Grades

MEQ

Burma Teak Grades​

  • It is usually exported to the Middle Eastern countries.
  • An MEQ Burmese teak is a teak with one or two defects in the form of saps, knots, holes.
  • Wanes, splits are not permissible

FEQ

Burma Teak Grades​

  • First European Quality is a premium standard for Burma teak.
  • An FEQ teak is a teak with no knots, cracks, sapwood or insect holes.
  • 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 SWAN

Burma Teak Grades​

  • Quarter sawing of any wood will result in the most tough and expensive wood.
  • Burmese teak quarter sawing results in one of the most premium woods of the world.
  • Defect Free wood.
  • Burma teak quarter sawn is used best in SHIP decking.

2. AFRICAN TEAK

FIRST QUALITY PLANTATION TEAK

  • Plantation Teak is harvested & managed to produce a sustainable supply.
  • Wood does not split and crack.
  • The grains and colour of wood is natural, only 5-10% Sap is permissible.
  • It is resistant to termite, fungus, and weathering.

Origin : Ghana, Benin, Togo, Brazil

Applications : Outdoor Furniture, Doors, Door Jambs, Indoor Flooring, Countertops, Veneer.

African teak wood furniture

COMMERCIAL 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 : Ghan (Africa)

Applications : Furniture, Doors & Windows, Roof Rafers, Panelling.

African teak wood furniture

PREMIUM QUALITY 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 and is resistant to rot and decay.

Origin : Sudan

Applications : Furniture, Doors & Windows, Roof Rafers, Panelling.

EUROPEAN & AMERICAN EXOTIC HARDWOOD

1. WHITE ASH WOOD

White Ash Wood Furniture
White Ash Wood Furniture Manufactures
  • White Ash is hard and has good strength.
  • White Ash wood is not subject to major shrinkage and once dried is very stable. 
  • It works easily by hand or machine. And can also be stained.
  • Wood has density of 700 KG per CBM once dried.

Origin : Germany, France (Europe),
Florida, Texas, Minnesota (America)
Applications : Door Frames, Furniture & Interior Furnishing, Tools, Grips, Handles, Sports Equipment (baseball bat, billiard stick, etc.)

2. WALNUT WOOD

  • Walnut wood is dark, hard, dense and tight-grained.
  • Light brown to dark chocolate colour. 
  • It is resistant to warping and is subject to only light shrinkage.
  • The wood is relatively heavy and hard and resilient. 
  • It has good strength but only limited durability when exposed to the weather. 
  • Surface finishing is straightforward. 
  • Surface blemishing can occur when wet and in contact with iron.
  • Wood density is 725 KG per CBM.

Origin : North America
Applications : Solid Wood or Veneer,  Furniture & Musical Instruments, Interior Decoration, Flooring & Parquet, Carving & Turning, Rifle & Shotgun Handles

Walnut wood Furniture, Reldorwoods
Walnut wood Furniture Manufactures, Reldorwoods

3. WHITE OAK WOOD

White Oak wood furniture
White Oak wood furniture, Reldorwoods
  • White Oak wood is hard and heavy, but nonetheless elastic.
  • The heartwood is very resilient, and durable even under water.
  • It is whitish or light gray, varying from scaly to irregularly platy or ridged and furrowed. The color of White Oak is a mix of browns and tans ranging from dark brown to beige.
  • Wood density after drying is 800 KG per CBM.
  • The wood dries slowly. This means that artificial drying is undertaken with care to avoid cracking and warping. 
  • It can be worked easily with most tools and machinery, it can be split easily and is well suited for use as a veneer. 
  • Oak shrinkage is negligible and stability is good.

Origin : France, Belgium (Europe), Minnesota, Ontario, Quebec (Canada), Northern Florida & Eastern Texas (America)
Applications : Furniture & Interior Furnishing, Floor Boarding & Parquet, Barrels & Tubs, Construction, Hydraulic Engineering, Bridge Building

4. WENGE WOOD

  • The Heart of Wenge is medium brown, with nearly black streaks
  • Grain is straight, with a very coarse texture. Low natural luster.
  • Wenge is highly durable, and resistant to termite attack.
  • The wood has a faint, slightly bitter scent when being worked.
  • Wood Density 900 KG per CBM after drying.

Origin : Cameroon, Gabon, Tanzania, Mozambique
Applications : Paneling, Furniture, Veneer, Musical Instruments

Wenge wood furniture
Wenge wood furniture manufactures

5. MAPLE WOOD

Maple wood furniture, Reldorwoods
Maple wood furniture manufactures, Reldorwoods
  • Maple is classified as medium-weight, hard, elastic and tough.
  • The heart and sapwood are almost identical, white to yellowish-white with a plain texture. The wood turns yellowish relatively quickly.
  • The wood shrinks lightly and is stable. 
  • The wood is low durable and less suitable for outdoors applications in direct sunlight, rain.
  • The surface of maple wood can be cleaned easily due to its fine pore structure. 
  • After drying the wood density is around 600 KG per CBM.

Origin : Germany, Canada, USA
Applications : Parquet & Floorings, Interior Furnishings, Veneers, 
Musical Instruments

6. STEAM BEACH

  • Beech Wood has a fine, tight grain texture. 
  • It is very light in colour (pinkish, red after steaming/drying), naturally white. 
  • It has a high shock resistance.
  • It has good strength properties and high abrasion resistance.
  • Beech can shrink considerably and is subject to movement more than other woods.
  • Wood density is 650 KG per CBM.

Origin :The most prominent Steam Beech is obtained from Germany.
Applications : Furniture, Chairs & Tables, Interior Furnishing, Stairs, Parquet Flooring, Tools, Household Equipment, Plywood, Bent-ply, Formed Multiplex, Model Building, Pianos, Toys

Steam Beech Wooden Furniture
Steam Beech Wooden Furniture, Reldorwoods

CANADIAN SOFTWOOD

1. WESTERN RED CEDAR

Western Red Cedar, Canadian softwood
Western Red Cedar, Canadian softwood
  • One of the lightest commercial softwood.
  • Naturally Termite Resistant.
  • Western Red Cedar has a low shrinkage factor.
  • Resistant to warping, twisting.
  • Has a long lasting life.
  • Wood density is 340 Kg after per CBM after drying.

Origin : British Columbia (Canada)
Applications : Wall Cladding, Wood Wall Panelling, Poles, Garden Furniture Beams, Window Blinds

2. YELLOW CEDAR

  • The wood has a distinctive and uniform yellow colour.
  • The wood is fine textured and straight grained.
  • Its natural extractives make it a decay-resistant wood.
  • Yellow cedar is tough, solid and extremely durable.
  • Wood Density is 420 KG per CBM after drying

Origin :British Columbia
Applications : Decorative Panelling, Shingles, Mouldings, Cabinet Work

yellow cedar, Canadian softwood furniture
yellow cedar, Canadian softwood furniture

3. DOUGLAS FIR

Douglas Fir, Canadian Softwood
Douglas Fir, Canadian Softwood Furniture
  • Douglas Fir has extraordinary strength. Weighs medium and fairly hard
    amongst softwoods.
  • It is subject to low shrinkage and has good stability.
  • The wood is also resistant against fungal and insect infestation.
  • Wood Density is 480 Kg per CBM after drying.

Origin : British Columbia (Canada)
Applications : Building & Construction, Balconies, Pergolas, Parquet Flooring, Stairs, Flooring, Facade & Wall Panelling

4. HEMLOCK

  • Hemlock has good strength to weight ratio.
  • Fine texture and a straight, uniform grain.
  • Sap is a white to pale brown.
  • The wood polishes beautifully.
  • The wood is not appropriate for prolonged outdoor exposure.
  • The Wood Density is 420 KG per CBM after drying.

Origin :British Columbia
Applications : Roof Decking, Moulding, Door, Door Frames, Windows, Chairs, Tables, Other Interior Furniture

Hemlock wooden furniture