|Botanical name:||Diplotropis Purpurea|
The stated weight (kg/m3) is measured with a moisture percentage of approximately 12%. Its light-coloured sapwood is clearly distinguishable from its heartwood. In contrast, its heartwood tends to be dark brown with reddish hues and lighter streaks. This, together with its natural shine, causes a beautiful wood figure. Therefore it is mainly used for furniture, stairs and floors.
Sucupira (sq. edged - Kiln dried)
Approx. lengths: 185 up to 400 cm
|Thickness x fixed widths||Actual Stock|
|27 x 80 mm||26 m³|
|27 x 155 mm||1 m³|
|27 x 205 mm||3 m³|