SAN005AfricanAcaciaNatural    Solid African ACACIA

    Code: SAN-005
  

  

 

 

 

 

TheAcaciaKanoo Acacia hardwood has a beautiful variation in its natural color with blonds, golds, and chocolate browns. The grain has a large swooping pattern and has a similar effect to Tigerwood but with a gentler curve to the grain. And when a stain is used the grain evens out. This is a hardwood you can dress up as well as dress down very easily. Acacia is also a very dense and durable hardwood. For those who love the look of hardwood and want a classy richness, this is wonderful hardwood to consider.

A few acacias produce valuable timber. The name derives from the Greek word for its characteristic thorns, ἀκίς (akis; "thorn"). Several acacia species are important economically. African Acacia yields true gum arabic, a substance used in adhesives, pharmaceuticals, inks, confections, and other products. The bark of most acacias is rich in tannin, which is used in tanning and in dyes, inks, pharmaceuticals, and other products. Acacia, any of about 800 species of trees and shrubs comprising a genus (Acacia) in the pea family (Fabaceae) and native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world

 

Lumber Origin:  Africa
Spicies: ACACIA
Width: 5 inch
Thickness: 3/4 inch
Veneer Thickness: N/A
Stain:

Natural

Finish: Bona Traffic
Hardness: 1750 lbs


 

SAO005AfricanAcaciaOliveSmooth    Solid African ACACIA

    Code: SAO-005
  

  

 

 

 

 

TheAcaciaTable Acacia hardwood has a beautiful variation in its natural color with blonds, golds, and chocolate browns. The grain has a large swooping pattern and has a similar effect to Tigerwood but with a gentler curve to the grain. And when a stain is used the grain evens out. This is a hardwood you can dress up as well as dress down very easily. Acacia is also a very dense and durable hardwood. For those who love the look of hardwood and want a classy richness, this is wonderful hardwood to consider.

A few acacias produce valuable timber. The name derives from the Greek word for its characteristic thorns, ἀκίς (akis; "thorn"). Several acacia species are important economically. African Acacia yields true gum arabic, a substance used in adhesives, pharmaceuticals, inks, confections, and other products. The bark of most acacias is rich in tannin, which is used in tanning and in dyes, inks, pharmaceuticals, and other products. Acacia, any of about 800 species of trees and shrubs comprising a genus (Acacia) in the pea family (Fabaceae) and native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world

 

Lumber Origin:  Africa
Spicies: ACACIA
Width: 5 inch
Thickness: 3/4 inch
Veneer Thickness: N/A
Stain:

Smooth Olive Green

Finish: Bona Traffic
Hardness: 1750 lbs


 

ZEN001ZebraWoodNat    Solid Zebrawood

    Code:ZEN-001
  

  

 

 

 

 

ZebrawoodTableThe name originally applied to the wood of Astronium graveolens, a large tree native to Central America. In the 20th century, the most important source of zebrawood was Microberlinia brazzavillensis, a tree native to Central Africa. It is a heavy, hard wood with a somewhat coarse texture, often with an interlocked or wavy grain. It is a decorative exotic wood that's used for flooring and also used in a for veneer, wall paneling, custom furniture, marquetry, specialty items, and etc. In the past, it was used in Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz automobiles. The tree grows 150 ft (46 m) tall, 4-5 ft (1.2-1.5 m) trunk diameter. Depending on whether the wood is flatsawn or quartersawn, the stripes can be either chaotic and wavy (flatsawn), or somewhat uniform (quartersawn).

 

Lumber Origin:  Africa
Spicies: Zebrawood
Width: 5 inch
Thickness: 3/4 inch
Veneer Thickness: N/A
Stain:

Natural

Finish: Bona Traffic
Hardness: 1830 lbs


 

SAT555AfricanAcaciaTeak    Solid African ACACIA

    Code: SAT-555
  

  

 

 

 

 

TheAcaciaTable Acacia hardwood has a beautiful variation in its natural color with blonds, golds, and chocolate browns. The grain has a large swooping pattern and has a similar effect to Tigerwood but with a gentler curve to the grain. And when a stain is used the grain evens out. This is a hardwood you can dress up as well as dress down very easily. Acacia is also a very dense and durable hardwood. For those who love the look of hardwood and want a classy richness, this is wonderful hardwood to consider.

A few acacias produce valuable timber. The name derives from the Greek word for its characteristic thorns, ἀκίς (akis; "thorn"). Several acacia species are important economically. African Acacia yields true gum arabic, a substance used in adhesives, pharmaceuticals, inks, confections, and other products. The bark of most acacias is rich in tannin, which is used in tanning and in dyes, inks, pharmaceuticals, and other products. Acacia, any of about 800 species of trees and shrubs comprising a genus (Acacia) in the pea family (Fabaceae) and native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world

 

Lumber Origin:  Africa
Spicies: ACACIA
Width: 5 inch
Thickness: 3/4 inch
Veneer Thickness: N/A
Stain:

Smooth Teak

Finish: Bona Traffic
Hardness: 1750 lbs


 

ZEC002ZebraWoodCoffee    Solid Zebrawood

    Code:ZEC-002
  

  

 

 

 

 ZebrawoodWallThe name originally applied to the wood of Astronium graveolens, a large tree native to Central America. In the 20th century, the most important source of zebrawood was Microberlinia brazzavillensis, a tree native to Central Africa. It is a heavy, hard wood with a somewhat coarse texture, often with an interlocked or wavy grain. It is a decorative exotic wood that's used for flooring and also used in a for veneer, wall paneling, custom furniture, marquetry, specialty items, and etc. In the past, it was used in Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz automobiles. The tree grows 150 ft (46 m) tall, 4-5 ft (1.2-1.5 m) trunk diameter. Depending on whether the wood is flatsawn or quartersawn, the stripes can be either chaotic and wavy (flatsawn), or somewhat uniform (quartersawn).

 

Lumber Origin:  Africa
Spicies: Zebrawood
Width: 5 inch
Thickness: 3/4 inch
Veneer Thickness: N/A
Stain:

Coffee

Finish: Bona Traffic
Hardness: 1830 lbs


 

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