tatajuba hardwood decking

Brazilian Hardwood Decking: Tatajuba Hardwood Decking

Tatajuba decking lumber is another one of over 100 hardwood species that thrives in South America. All of the species that survive in the wet climate of the long rainy seasons in South America are durable and highly resistant to rot and insects. If the hardwood comes from South America it is extremely durable.【Get Price】

Tatajuba Hardwood Decking | Brazilian Wood Depot

Tatajuba decking lumber is another one of over 100 hardwood species that thrives in South America. All of the species that survive in the wet climate of the long rainy seasons in South America are durable and highly resistant to rot and insects. If the hardwood comes from South America it is extremely durable.【Get Price】

DeCKInG - HarDWooD DeCKInG tataJUba moDIFIeD tImber - lUnaWooD®

DeCKInG - HarDWooD tataJUba Properties In addition to natural durability thermal modification provides other benefits. the timber darkens to an attractive deep brown making it an ideal timber for decking. the colour change is consistent throughout the thickness enabling further cutting drilling or shaping without the need for additional【Get Price】

Tatajuba Decking and Decks - ABS Wood

Tatajuba wood is known for its exotic beauty above all else. When it is first installed Tatajuba decking is a golden yellow hue. After a few months of basking in the sunlight it undergoes a dramatic transformation developing a deep russet brown hue. Over many years the Tatajuba wood will become weathered and age into a silver color.【Get Price】

Tatajuba | The Wood Database - Lumber Identification (Hardwood)

Comments: The lustrous yellow color of Tatajuba has caused some to compare the wood to Yellowheart but this color invariably darkens with time very similar to Osage Orange. Thus Tatajuba’s use as a fine hardwood for inlays and other colorful decorations is inhibited and its uses fall more into the range of utilitarian rather than decorative.【Get Price】

Tatajuba wood FSC - Van den Berg Hardhout

Fresh cut the heartwood of Tatajuba is yellow strongly darkening to dark brown. The 30-40 mm wide sapwood is pale yellow and fairly well to distinguish.【Get Price】

Tatajuba Timber Exotic Hardwood - Whitmore's Timber

General Description: The sapwood is pale yellow to yellowish-white in colour narrow and sharply demarcated from the heartwood which is yellow with darker streaks when first cut becoming lustrous golden-brown to russet after seasoning and exposure.【Get Price】

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