Buy Wholesale Spanish Cedar Lumber
Description Cedrela odorata or Spanish Cedar is an American native tropical wood that is extensively used for making stylish furniture products. Its appearance similar to cedar and the presence of an insect-repelling resin is the reason behind the name Spanish Cedar. Cedrela odorata timber is obtained from a tree that is up to 40 m tall and has a trunk of 2 m in diameter. It is commonly used for making cigar boxes in America and other parts of the world. Other common uses include furniture making, building poles, doors, windows, wall panelling, plywood, carpentry, joinery, fences, musical instruments, sports equipment and outdoor construction. Buy Wholesale Spanish Cedar Lumber from African Forest Timber Ltd.
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Wholesale Spanish Cedar Lumber Stock Information
|SIZES:||4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4|
|WHOLESALE MINIMUM:||1,000 board feet and up|
BOTANICAL NAME: Cedrela odorata
Spanish Cedar is favored for millwork, cabinets, fine furniture, musical instruments, boat building, patterns, decorative veneers, decorative and utility plywoods, cigar wrappers, and cigar boxes.
|ORIGIN:||Tropical Central and South America|
|APPEARANCE:||Heartwood pinkish- to reddish brown when freshly cut, becoming red or dark reddish brown, sometimes with a purplish tinge, after exposure; sharply to rather poorly demarcated from the pinkish to white sapwood. Grain usually straight, sometimes interlocked; texture rather fine and uniform to coarse and uneven; luster medium to high and golden; distinctive cedary odor usually pronounced, some specimens with bitter taste|
|DENSITY:||Janka scale hardness is 600 for dry material|
|WEIGHT:||23 – 47 lbs. / cu. ft., or approximately 1.9 – 3.9 lbs. per board foot|
|DRYING:||Easy to air-season or kiln-dry, slight warp with little or no checking|
|WORKABILITY:||Cedro is easy to work with hand and machine tools but somewhat difficult to bore cleanly. Easy to cut into veneer but with some tendency for wooly surfaces to occur; good nailing and gluing properties|
|DURABILITY:||Heartwood is rated as durable but there is some variability within species; resistant to both subterranean and dry-wood termites. Low resistance to attack by marine borers. Wood has excellent weathering characteristics|
|PRESERVATION:||Heartwood is reported to be extremely resistant to preservation treatments. Reports on treatability of sapwood are conflicting|
|FINISHING:||Stains and finishes well but gums and oils sometimes are a problem in polishing|
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