Ceiling & Panel

Woods that can be used:

  • Nyatoh
  • Pine
  • African Teak

Nyatoh

  • Heartwood is deep pink-red or red-brown.
  • Sapwood is moderately well defined.
  • Grain is straight to shallowly interlocked and sometimes wavy.
  • Texture is moderately fine to slightly coarse and even.
  • Moderately durable under cover.
  • Low Resistant to termite.

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Specifications

ProductNyatoh Panel
Common NameNyatoh
Botanical NameSapotaceae Family
OriginMalaysia / Indonesia
Moisture ContentBelow 15%
Density400-900 kg/M3
Bending Strength79-129 N/mm2
Mod of Elasticity12000-18000 N/mm2
Janka Hardness1000-1800 pound-force
ColourPink to Pink Red
DurabilityModerately Durable

Pine

  • Heartwood is white to light yellowish.
  • Sapwood is not well defined.
  • Texture is fine but uneven, and knots is common.
  • This timber is very soft, not suitable for flooring.
  • Usually it is used for wall and ceiling panel.
  • Moderately durable under cover.

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Specifications

ProductPine Panel
Common NamePine
Botanical NamePinus Family
OriginNorthern Europe, Northern America
Moisture ContentBelow 15%
Density400-900 kg/M3
Bending Strength80 N/mm2
Mod of Elasticity10000 N/mm2
Janka Hardness500-800 pound-force
ColourWhitish yellow to yellow
DurabilityModerately Durable

African Teak

  • Heartwood is Golden-yellow, turning brown and dark brown with age.
  • Sapwood is white to pale yellowish brown.
  • Grain is straight.
  • Texture is very coarse and uneven.
  • It is one of the most naturally durable timbers of the world.
  • Very high resistance to insects and termites.

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Specifications

ProductAfrican Teak Flooring
Common NameTeak
Botanical NameTectona Grandis
OriginAfrica
Moisture ContentBelow 15%
Density550-650 kg/M3
Bending Strength100 N/mm2
Mod of Elasticity12627 N/mm2
Janka Hardness1155 pound-force
ColourGolden Yellowish to Brown
DurabilityHigh. Practically impervious to Termites