Afromosia (Golden Teak) Sawn Timber

Family: African Hardwood
Botanical name: Pericopsis Elata.
Trade names: Afromosia, Golden Teak
Growing regions: West Africa
Average Dried Weight: 725 kg/m3

General Properties: When the heartwood dries its color change from yellowish brown to dark brown color. It is among the materials resistant to heavy conditions outdoors. It is an alternative wood for burmese teak.

Places of Use: It is used in general furniture and decoration works, mostly as outdoor floor and facade material, garden furniture, yachts and ships.

Usage Area: Indoor and Outdoor