Products

Lumber: Balsamo

Trade Name: Santos Mahogany

Hardness: Air-dry density 54 to 62 pcf. 175% as hard as red oak; Janka 2200

Lumber: Balsamo (Santos Mahogany)
Botanical Name: Myroxylon balsamum
The Tree: Grows in Mexico, Paraguay, Brazil, Panama, & Argentina. Up to 100 ft in height, usually 50 to 65 ft and d18 to 36 in. in diameter.
Characteristics: Heartwood reddish brown becoming deep red or somewhat purplish upon exposure. Texture medium. Luster medium to high.
Hardness: Air-dry density 54 to 62 pcf. 175% as hard as red oak; Janka 2200

30 x 2 15/16 x ¾ --- $6.50
RL x 4 7/8 x ¾ -- $8.70
6.825' nosing $38
6.825' molding $27
6.825' reducer $27
5.85' T-molding $23


Lumber: Cumaru

Trade Name: Brazilian Teak

Hardness: Air-dry density 61 to 82 pcf. 215 % as hard as red oak; Janka 3540

Lumber: Cumaru (Brazilian Teak)
Botanical Name: Dipteryx spp.
The Tree: Grows in Venezuela, Brazil. Overstory up to 160 ft in height and 40 in. in diameters.
Characteristics: Heartwood generally reddish brown or purplish brown with light yellowish-brown or purplish streaks; upon exposure gradually becomes light brown. Texture fine; low to medium luster.
Hardness: Air-dry density 61 to 82 pcf. 215 % as hard as red oak; Janka 3540

30 x 3 3/4 x ¾ --- $5.60
6.825' nosing $31
6.825' molding $27
6.825' reducer $27
5.85' T-molding $23


Lumber: Engineered Teak

Trade Name: Recovered solid Teak grown in South East Asia engineered to larger plank

Hardness: 119% as hard as red oak; Janka 1450

Lumber: Engineered Teak (Recovered solid Teak grown in South East Asia engineered to larger plank)
Botanical Name: Dialium ssp
The Tree: Grows in Malay Peninsula, Indonesia, Sabah, and Sarawak. Typically a rather slender tree with diameter up to 30 in. about buttresses; clear boles to 55 ft.
Characteristics: Heartwood generally golden brown or red brown when freshly cut but darkening on exposure. Texture moderately fine to somewhat coarse; grain interlocked to wavy; moderately to somewhat lustrous.
Hardness: 119% as hard as red oak; Janka 1450

49 1/4 x 4 3/4 x 1/2 --- $4.60
6.825' nosing $30
6.825' molding $26
6.825' reducer $26
5.85' T-molding $22


Lumber: Grapia

Trade Name: Brazilian Ash

Hardness: Air-dry density 52 pcf. 124 % as hard as red oak; Janka 2053

Lumber: Grapia (Brazilian Ash) Botanical Name: Apuleia molaris
The Tree: Grows in Brazil, Paraguay. Usually 82 to 115 ft. in height.
Characteristics: Light colored wood in tones from white to buff and deep yellow. With a Straight, even grain. Texture medium.
Hardness: Air-dry density 52 pcf. 124 % as hard as red oak; Janka 2053

35 7/8 x 2 15/16 x ¾ --- $4.70
30 x 2 15/16 x ¾ --- $4.70
6.825' nosing $31
6.825' molding $27
6.825' reducer $27
5.85' T-molding $23


Lumber: Ipe

Trade Name: Brazilian Walnut

Hardness: Air-dry density 66 to 75 pcf. 222 % as hard as red oak; Janka 3680

Lumber: Ipe (Brazilian Walnut)
Botanical Name: Tabebuia ssp
The Tree: May grow to 140 to 150 ft in height with trunk diameter of 6 ft. Frequently to heights of 100 ft and diameters of 2 to 3 ft. Boles are clear to 60 ft and more, with or without buttresses.
Characteristics: Ipe Heartwood, is typically reddish brown, sometimes with a greenish tinge, often with lighter or darker striping.
Hardness: Air-dry density 66 to 75 pcf. 222 % as hard as red oak; Janka 3680

RL x 4 7/8 x ¾ -- $8.50


Lumber: Jatoba

Trade Name: Brazilian Cherry

Hardness: 228 % as hard as red oak; Janka 2820

Lumber: Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry) Botanical Name: Hymenaea courbaril
The Tree: Grows in Central, and South America, and Brazil. Huge canopy tree, growing to 30m. in height.
Characteristics: Color ranges from tan/salom to deep rich reddish color w/ black striping. Color turns rich deep red over time. Texture medium.
Hardness: 228 % as hard as red oak; Janka 2820

30 x 3 3/4 x ¾ --- $5.80
RL x 4 7/8 x ¾ -- $8.50
6.825' nosing $31
6.825' molding $27
6.825' reducer $27
5.85' T-molding $23


Lumber: Kempas

Trade Name: Rosewood

Hardness: Air-dry density 55 pcf. 135% as hard as red oak; Janka 1854

Lumber: Kempas (Rosewood)
Botanical Name: Koompassia malaccensis
The Tree: Grows in Malaysia and Indonesia. May reach a height of 180 ft.
Characteristics: Heartwood brick red when freshly cut, darkening on exposure to an orange red or red brown with numerous yellow-brown streaks. Texture medium to rather coarse. Luster variable.
Hardness: Air-dry density 55 pcf. 135% as hard as red oak; Janka 1854

35 7/8 x 3 1/16 x ¾ --- $4.70
6.825' nosing $31
6.825' molding $27
6.825' reducer $27
5.85' T-molding $23


Lumber: Keranji

Trade Name: Indonesian Teak

Hardness: Air-dry density 60 pcf. 145 % as hard as red oak; Janka 2545

Lumber: Keranji (Indonesian Teak)
Botanical Name: Dialium ssp
The Tree: Grows in Malay Peninsula, Indonesia, Sabah, and Sarawak. Typically a rather slender tree with diameter up to 30 in. about buttresses; clear boles to 55 ft.
Characteristics: Heartwood generally golden brown or red brown when freshly cut but darkening on exposure. Texture moderately fine to somewhat coarse; grain interlocked to wavy; moderately to somewhat lustrous.
Hardness: Air-dry density 60 pcf. 145 % as hard as red oak; Janka 2545

35 7/8 x 2 15/16 x ¾ --- $4.80
30 x 3 1/16 x ¾ --- $4.80
6.825' nosing $31
6.825' molding $27
6.825' reducer $27
5.85' T-molding $23


Lumber: Kurupay

Trade Name: Walnut

Hardness: Air-dry density 86 pcf. 254 % as hard as red oak; Janka 3840

Lumber: Kurupay (Walnut)
Botanical Name: Leguminosae. family
The Tree: Grows in central Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina. A medium-sized tree reaching a height of 80 ft with trunk diameters 2 to 3 ft; boles are straight and clear and will yield logs up to 24 ft in length.
Characteristics: Heartwood pale brown, darkening on brown or light pink. Texture fine and uniform; grain usually exposure to reddish brown with darker colored, almost black, streaks; sapwood yellow irregular and interlocked; without distinctive odor or taste.
Hardness: Air-dry density 86 pcf. 254 % as hard as red oak; Janka 3840

RL x 4 7/8 x ¾ -- $6.50


Lumber: Lapacho

Trade Name: Brazilian Walnut

Hardness: Air-dry density 66 to 75 pcf. 220 % as hard as red oak; Janka 3670

Lumber: Lapacho (Brazilian Walnut)
Botanical Name: Tabebuia ssp
The Tree: Grows in Paraguay & southern Brazil. May grow to 140 to 150 ft with trunk diameters of 6 ft.
Characteristics: Heartwood olive brown to blackish, often with lighter or darker stripping. Texture fine to medium. Luster low to medium. Over time, it exhibits a medium degree of color change as the wider color range in the freshly milled wood will quickly mute to a more uniform range and also darkens to a medium brown tone with golden highlights.
Hardness: Air-dry density 66 to 75 pcf. 220 % as hard as red oak; Janka 3670

30 x 3 3/4 x ¾ --- $5.90
6.825’ nosing $31
6.825’ molding $27
6.825’ reducer $27
5.85’ T-molding $23


Lumber: Pale Cherry

Trade Name: Birch and Asian Cherry Crossed

Hardness: Comparable to white oak; Janka 1360

Lumber: Pale Cherry (Birch and Asian Cherry Crossed)
Botanical Name: Betulaceae family
The Tree: Grows in North Asia. May reach 70 ft. in height and more than 24 in. in diameter.
Characteristics: Heartwood light yellow to light brown. Texture moderately fine and even. Luster low. Grain shallowly to deeply interlocked.
Hardness: Comparable to white oak; Janka 1360

35 7/8 x 3 3/4 x ¾ --- $4.70
6.825’ nosing $31
6.825’ molding $27
6.825’ reducer $27
5.85’ T-molding $23


Lumber: Asian Ash

Trade Name:

Hardness: Comparable to white oak; Janka 1300

Lumber: Asian Ash
Botanical Name: Fraxinus spp. family
The Tree: Grows in central Asian. A small to medium-sized tree rarely up to 66 ft high an 30 in. in diameter.
Characteristics: Heartwood nearly white to light grayish brown. Texture coarse. Luster medium. Appearance very similar to that of white oak.
Hardness: Comparable to white oak; Janka 1300

30 x 3 3/4 x ¾ --- $4.40