Teak wood from Myanmar, a kind of hardwood, is called the king of woods. It is widely considered the best raw material in furniture building.We at Simla strive our best to bring you the best quality teak that satisfies your requirement of trouble free wood.Our Burma teak cut sizes can be mainly used for flooring, cladding and any kind of furniture.Apart from various household furniture such as doors, window frames, shutter etc, the cut Teak sizes can also used in decks and furniture yachts and ships. We import all the burma teakwood log.
In Malaysia, sal has been identified as suitable timber species for commercial production. It is moderately hard, easily worked and durable. The natural appearance of the Malaysian sal wood lends itself to simple & also to complex designs.
In the future we will continue to see more and more Malaysian sal wood used in interior & exterior decor.Sal has always been and will continue to be, a competitively prized material for furniture. We import all the Malaysian Sal log and cut sizes.
African teak is a large deciduous tree growing up to 50 metres (160 ft) high. The trunk is bare lower down with the first branch usually at least 20 metres (66 ft) above the ground. It often has several short buttress roots at the base.The leaves are 5 to 10 centimetres (2.0 to 3.9 in) long, ovate or elliptical with a finely toothed edge, green and smooth above and slightly downy beneath. Older leaves turn yellow, and all of the leaves have a prominent rectangular mesh of veins visible on the underside. We import all the African Teak log and cut sizes.
The color is light cream with darker heartwood, something between maple and ash. The grain is short, mostly straight, with fine, even texture.
Physical Properties: Dense, heavy and hard yet somewhat brittle due to its short grain. Very gentle on the knife’s edge, it becomes an obvious choice of cutting boards, chopping blocks and butcher-block counter tops. We import all the Beech Wood log.