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Merbau wood

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Merbau Wood Full sawn timber FF Select species Moisture content < 12% Matured tree Air Dried 2.5 inches x 5 inches from 8 ft to maximum 18 ft 3.0 inches x 5 inches from 8 ft to maximum 18 ft. E2e timber. 55 x 95 55 x 70 70 x 90 Length 3ft to 13ft.. Merbau. 2.5 x 4″ 2.5 x 5 3 x 4 3 x 5 3 x 6. 4 x 5 4 x 6 1.5 × 3 to 12″

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SRAM & MRAM is one of the leading global trader of first quality Merbau Wood Lumber (also known as Kwila and Ipil) originating from Southeast Asia.

Indonesian Merbau Wood Lumber

With its strong agrarian presence throughout South East Asia, SRAM & MRAM’s offices in Indonesia and Cambodia are operating an established network of reliable Merbau wood sources, that are consistent with their turnout of finest quality and quantity.

Features of Merbau Wood

Merbau wood, the renowned hardwood alternative for teak, rosewood etc, scores high with its durability, workability, treatability, preservation and finish. The natural durability and strength of the wood, retains even after drying without incurring significant defects. Merbau lumbers are highly resistant to rotting and numerous insect infestations. The glue and finishing effects are at par with its competitor, making it the best affordable alternative to other wood lumbers. The distinctive orange-brown color of the freshly diced wood lumbers ages to dark reddish-brown. Merbau hardwood is easily identifiable, standing out from lookalikes with its distinct parameters of color, hardness and weight.

  • Density: Indonesian Merbau wood is one of the finest hardwood with a very high density. After kiln dry, merbau wood density with 12% moisture content is about 800kgs/m3 – 940kgs/m making it 23% higher than teak wood density & taun wood density, 33% higher than birch wood density.

  • Color: Merbau wood’s distinctive dark brown color with golden yellow streaks that are 2-4mm long and 1mm wide are specific to merbau wood, standing out from other hardwood viz., taun wood, mahogany wood & teak wood etc

  • Durability: Indonesian merbau hardwood is famous for its sustainability and stability in varied dimensions. Merbau wood’s durability originates from its oily wood feature, similar to teak wood. The natural wood oil protects merbau from water, worms, termites etc extending its lifetime even for outdoor use.

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