Teak Decking (E4E), 20 mm Thick

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Wood type Solid wood
Solid wood type South American Hardwood
Species/material Teak
Type Decking (E4E)


Volume 900 - 1500 m2 (sqm) per month Convert
Width 90; 120 mm Convert
Length 900 - 2200 mm Convert
Thickness 20 mm  Convert
Teak is one of the most resistant woods in the world along with IPE, Ebony, Boxwood and Guaiac. Its importation into Europe from the Far East and subsequently from Africa began in the nineteenth century, just when its exceptional qualities were discovered for use in the naval industry and in outdoor flooring.

OUR REFORESTATION TEAK which grows mainly in the ideal climate and fertile soil of the Brazilian Mato Grosso is a completely environmentally friendly wood which, thanks to guided cultivation and cloning, is now available regularly, in quantity and quality!

We remain at your disposal,

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Price On demand USD per m2 (sqm) Convert
Incoterm FOB - goods are loaded on a ship in port of export Country Brazil
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