Wood Factory is Specliased in manufacturing Wooden Decking. Various Options of Wooden Decking can be manufactured at our factory. Wood Factory is a perfect answer for mass production.
Wooden decking can be manufactured as per clients design and style - each decking plank can be grooved from various options that are available.
Following are the In House Products from Wood Factory
There are Two Types of Meranti Wood.
Dark Red Meranti Wood.
Light Red Meranti Wood.
1. Dark Red Meranti is sometimes referred to as Red Lauan, wood in the Shorea genus is very commonly used in southeast Asia, and there is an abundance of variety between the difference species: each with different working properties, appearances, and mechanical strength values.
2. Light red meranti is a tropical rainforest species found throughout South East Asia and the South West Pacific, where it is used for decorative purposes.
Meranti (shorea) wood is one of the hardwoods that are widely available in Southeast Asia. The sources are Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Philippine.
Iroko is a large hardwood tree from the west coast of tropical Africa that can live up to 500 years. The tree is known to the Yoruba as ìrókò, logo or loko and is believed to have supernatural properties.
Iroko is known to the Igbo people as oil wood. It is one of the woods sometimes referred to as African teak, although it is unrelated to the teak family.
The wood colour is initially yellow but darkens to a richer reddish brown over time. It is yielded mostly (probably) by Milicia excelsa. In much of the literature on this timber the names of the trees that yield it are given as Chlorophora excelsa and Chlorophora regia.
Mahogany is a kind of wood the straight-grained, reddish-brown timber of three tropical hardwood species of the genus Swietenia, indigenous to the Americas, part of the pantropical chinaberry family, Meliaceae.
Honduran or big-leaf mahogany, with a range from Mexico to southern Amazonia in Brazil, the most widespread species of mahogany and the only true mahogany species commercially grown today.
West Indian or Cuban mahogany, native to southern Florida and the Caribbean, formerly dominant in the mahogany trade, but not in widespread commercial use since World War II
There are a variety of species that get called "white wood", such as pine, poplar, spruce.
Aside from hardwood flooring, white wood is used for furniture, cabinetmaking, & joinery. Its strength also makes it ideal for heavy construction & ladder rungs.
White wood is strong, beautiful, rot-resistant, easy-to-work, and economical, representing an exceptional value to woodworkers.