Our source of supply...Teak Logs
Every shipment of logs is carefully inspected during the procurement process to identify and classify according to its origin, form, grade and defects. Only logs from qualified sites with quality that meets our standards are selected.
Goods are then shipped onto the sawmills for preparation into planks, veneers etc.
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Teak Decking Products:
We supply the top quarter-sawn grade of first class quality Teak Decking for Yachts of all sizes. The grading experience that our factory has assures that the product will strictly comply with deck grading rules. Our standard size are 0.5" x 2", 1.25" x 2.5", 1" x 4" ,1" x 5" and 2.5" x 5". All are 10' & longer. Other sizes can be supplied upon request.
We also can supply kiln dried and machined decking to customer's order profiles.
Teak Sizes & availability:
We supply First European Quality (F.E.Q), Second European Quality and Middle East Quality (First Indian Quality). Standard export specifications are in kiln dried only. Kiln drying is done at the factory before shipping to the USA Boards Thickness: 0.75", 1", 1.25", 1.5", 2" *4/4-8/4-10/4-12/4-16/4 Widths: 6" & wider up to 24" for cover-board stock Lengths: 6' & longer, also 3' - 5.5'. Longer lengths up to 24' Planks Thickness: 2.5" & thicker Widths: 6" & wider Lengths: 6' & up Scantlings Thickness: 0.75", 1", 1.25", 1.5", 2", 2.5", 3" Widths: 2", 3", 4", 5" Lengths: 6' & longer, also 3' - 5.5'
Technical Information on our Teak
Teak ( Tectona grandis )
Moisture Content Bending Strength Mod. of Elasticity Compression parallel to grains Hardness ( Radial ) Impact Max. Drop % N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 Kg mm 14.1 100 12627 57.6 436 787
Strength: Teak is strong, moderately elastic and hard.
Movement: Small and exceptionally steady. Shrinkage from green to oven-dry is approximately 1.5% radially and 2.5% tangentially.
Durability & Preservation: One of the most naturally durable timbers of the world. Practically impervious to insects and white ants but not immune to marine borers. High in resistance to acid and fire. Lasts well in contact with or under water, and lasts indefinitely under water. Extremely resistant to preservative treatments.
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Imported Hardwoods...now available
Akwa - Mahogany, African - Mahogany, Genuine - Mahogany, Phillipine - Marupa - Teak - Virola
Ash, White - Basswood - Beech - Birch, Red - Birch, Yellow - Cherry - Elm, Gray - Elm, Red - Hickory - Maple, Hard - Maple, Soft - Oak, Red - Oak, White - Pecan - Poplar, Yellow - Sapgum - Walnut, Black