Family: African Hardwood
Botanical name: Chlorophora Excelsa
Trade names: Iroko, Africa Tiki
Growing up in: West Africa
Average density: 640 kg / m3

General Properties: They are dark yellowish brown in age, as they dry out and become darker as they are exposed to daylight. It is one of the most durable trees with high degree of hardness.
Uses: It is used in general furniture and decoration works, mostly in outdoor places and facade materials, in garden furniture, yachts and ships.
Usage Area: Indoor and Outdoor