Iron wood is a common name for a large number of woods or plants that have a reputation for hardness, or specifically a wood density that is over 1000 kg/m3 and sinks in water. -Containers - 40 ft. - Between 13 and 15 tons per container. -1,200 dollars per ton uncut and 4,500 dollars cut into pieces. -Take advantage between 23 and 25% of a ton
Recycled ironwood from Kalimantan FSC 100% recycled certified Best for outdoor use. Anti rot and anti termite. A1 rated, 50+ years in ground and on ground. Density: 0.851.1 g/cm Durability: Class 1 Standard sizes Thick 1.8cm Width 7 or 8cm (varied or fix) Length 60 to 400cm (increment 10cm) Price is per sqm No extra cost for fix width and/or length. Joist sold cost price as a service Custom production available on request. Production lead time to be confirmed. FOB Surabaya listed is for a minimum 1m3 (55sqm) and above.
We are selling woods of 5, 000 hectares which contain 15, 000 m3 of meranti and 15, 000 m3 of merbau. All in terms of logging woods. But if you need them in terms of sawn timber, we can manage it and also we have legitimate certification to do export. The logging are in halmahera island (maluku – east indonesia) Woods logging
FSC certified Bangkirai (Shorea laevis) Bangkirai wood belongs to durability class I Ã¢?? II (III), while its resistance to Cryptotermes cynocephalus light dry wood termites belongs to Class II
White pepper, corn, ginger, virgin coconut oil, briquettes, potatoes, red chili, onion, garlic, ironwood, acacia wood.
Hardwood and resistant to weather changes, has little development and depreciation costs as well as having its own fiber and color. Resistant to mold and decay of wood against pests Best quality, the average age of over 50 years of logging. Good quality, which are found on the island of Kalimantan, Mollucas and Papua east of Indonesia. Excellence : The ironwood tree have Distinctive Characteristics, Namely Physical Properties of hardwood And Also resistant against changes in temperature, humidity, air and maritime influences, so it is often referred Also WITH name in Ironwood. Ulin class durability include durable class I with a specific gravity of 1.04, higher than teak/jati belonging durable class II with a specific gravity of 0.65 Because of these characteristics, the type of wood is often used for floors, furniture, building materials, such as construction of houses, bridges, electricity poles, and shipping..
PGI is a supplier of round logs or rough sawn timber, K/D or A/D - worldwide. We have in our log yard over 115th species. To mention several; we have Teak, African Blackwood, Red Sandalwood, Zebrawood, Rosewood, Bubunga, African Mahogany, Ebony, Ekki/Ironwood, African oil tree, Okoume, Sipo, African Pine, Doussie, Sapele, Eucalyptus Diversicolor/Grandis/Robusta, and an infinite supply of three species of bamboo(Savannah, Balcoa, and Golden). Shipping: FOB - Payment: L/C, T/T - 15% deposit. Origin: Western Africa. Please contact me for more information on our list of species and timber processing.
Merbau is the name of a tree that produces wood with high quality members of the Fabaceae (Leguminosae) tribe. because of the very hard texture, this wood is also often referred to as ironwood. In Indonesia, merbau wood is known as quila, whereas in English mirabow, Maluku ulin, Malacca teak, and others are analyzed. Merbau is a beautiful timber suitable for many purposes. It is a heavy hardwood and is usually used in premium joineries such as windows, solid panel doors, framing and weatherboarding. Merbau is also used for premium flooring and is suitable for light and heavy traffic. it is sought after because it has beautiful and very hard fibers. The uniqueness of merbau wood fiber is used by many people to beautify their homes. Usually merbau wood is used for making floors and walls of houses.
Quick Detail: Large capacity storage bookshelf Ironwood metal ladder shelf provides enough space for storing green plants, ornaments, clusters of collecting curios, potted plants, and ornaments. It will keep your daily essentials and display decorations in organizing. Perfect for balcony, living room, and cafe. TypeÃ¯Â¼?Classic/ Modern DesignÃ¯Â¼? MaterialÃ¯Â¼?MDF board & Iron frame Product Size: Customizable Package size: Length: 22 inch, width: 13 inch, height: 67 inch Net weight: 19 kgsÃ¯Â¼? Description: It has valuable storage for your home office or living room without taking up too much space. The wood board finishes on the laminated particleboard pairs with the powder-coated metal steel legs for an industrial look. Display decorations and family photos on the top surface and keep your book collection organized on the 5 open shelves. Behind the door are adjustable and fixed shelves for added storage for extra office supplies or books. Applications: Bookcase Free Standing Shelf suit for your bedroom, living room, kitchen or office, coffee store.
Mixed Stone Glass Mosaic Time Texture Glass Mosaic,Time Texture Stone Glass Mosaic BJD is a professional factory and exporter of Glass Mosaic, Glass Tile, Glass Splashback, Antique Mirror Products and Mother of Pearl Seashell Mosaic Tile in China since 1998. All of our products can be used in kitchen, bathroom, living room entrance, public wall or any other decorative places you can think of. BJD GLASS TILES are made of toughened or tempered glass in all sizes from 50x50mm up to 1200x600mm and solid or metallic color, with or without texture also can be used as splashback. BJD GLASS MOSAICS including foil glass mosaic, 3D glass mosaic, mirror glass mosaic, stone glass mosaic, pebble glass mosaic, fullbody mosaic tile etc, all shapes in gloss, matt, honed or frosted surface and effects including hot melting, waterjet, inkjet, laser, hand foiled, tumbled etc. BJD SHELL MOSAIC TILES are made of the nature seashells like black mop shell, pearloyster, fresh water shell etc. Designed with the natural texture and color to show the beauty of the nature and make an unique style for home decoration. More information you can view here Time Texture Stone and Glass Mosaic MaterialGlass ColorCM+BONE SW / DRIFTWOOD+6509 SW / THAISSOS+8100 SW / IRONWOOD+GRAPHITE SurfaceGloss+Honed ShapeSquare Thickness8mm Chip Size23x27mm Sheet Size296x286mm Actual Covering Size296x286mm Weight per Sheet1.45 kgs Gap2mm Packaging10 sheets/carton, 36 cartons/wooden pallet SQM/Carton0.85 SQM CraftCold spray Product Features1) Non-radiation 2) Zero water absorbency 3) Environmental friendly 4) Easy to install and clean Product Applications Kitchen backsplash, interior design, home or house decoration, wall decoration in living room, bathroom or any other decorative places. Color HintsDue to printing variation reason, photo color may deviate from real product, Please consult our sales rep and refer to the color of the actual sample.
Shiitake Mushroom Extract Medicinal Shiitake Mushroom Extract,Edible Shiitake Mushroom Extract The Shiitake (/Ê?ÉªË?tÉ?Ë?keÉª,Ë?Ê?iË?Éª-,-ki/; Japanese: [É?iË?take] Lentinula edodes) is an edible mushroom native to East Asia, which is cultivated and consumed in many Asian countries. It is considered a medicinal mushroom in some forms of traditional medicine. Taxonomy and naming The fungus was first described scientifically as Agaricus edodes by Miles Joseph Berkeley in 1877. It was placed in the genus Lentinula by David Pegler in 1976. The fungus has acquired an extensivesynonymy in its taxonomic history: Agaricus edodes Berk. (1878) Armillaria edodes (Berk.) Sacc. (1887) Mastoleucomyces edodes (Berk.) Kuntze (1891) Cortinellus edodes (Berk.) S.Ito & S.Imai (1938) Lentinus edodes (Berk.) Singer (1941) Collybia shiitake J.SchrÃ¶t. (1886) Lepiota shiitake (J.SchrÃ¶t.) Nobuj. Tanaka (1889) Cortinellus shiitake (J.SchrÃ¶t.) Henn. (1899) Tricholoma shiitake (J.SchrÃ¶t.) Lloyd (1918) Lentinus shiitake (J.SchrÃ¶t.) Singer (1936) Lentinus tonkinensis Pat. (1890) Lentinus mellianus Lohwag (1918) The mushroom's Japanese name shiitake (æ¤?è?¸) is composed of shii (æ¤? shÄ«, Castanopsis), for the tree Castanopsis cuspidata that provides the dead logs on which it is typically cultivated, and take(è?¸, "mushroom")] The specific epithet edodes is the Latin word for "edible". It is also commonly called "sawtooth oak mushroom", "black forest mushroom", "black mushroom", "golden oak mushroom", or "oakwood mushroom". Habitat and distribution Shiitake grow in groups on the decaying wood of deciduous trees, particularly shii, chestnut, oak, maple, beech, sweetgum, poplar, hornbeam, ironwood, mulberry, and chinquapin (Castanopsis spp.). Its natural distribution includes warm and moist climates in southeast Asia. Cultivation history The earliest written record of shiitake cultivation is seen in the Records of Longquan County compiled by He Zhan in 1209 during the Southern Song dynasty. The 185-word description of shiitake cultivation from that literature was later crossed-referenced many times and eventually adapted in a book by a Japanese horticulturist SatÅ? ChÅ«ryÅ? in 1796, the first book on shiitake cultivation in Japan. The Japanese cultivated the mushroom by cutting shii trees with axes and placing the logs by trees that were already growing shiitake or contained shiitake spores. Before 1982, the Japan Islands' variety of these mushrooms could only be grown in traditional locations using ancient methods. A 1982 report on the budding and growth of the Japanese variety revealed opportunities for commercial cultivation in the United States. Shiitake are now widely cultivated all over the world, and contribute about 25% of total yearly production of mushrooms. Commercially, shiitake mushrooms are typically grown in conditions similar to their natural environment on either artificial substrate or hardwood logs, such as oak. Uses