We have advance-imported production line and equipments, employing specialists in the wood processing field from China who supervise log cutting, high pressure preservative treatment and kiln drying, to guarantee our products are with premium quality strictly meeting the guideline of the international standards.
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Our Products – Kiln Dry Timber
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- Thickness(mm)：6 – 325
- Width (mm): 35 – 450
- Length(mm): 280 – 3600
- Grade: the general international standards AB Grade
Rubber wood, like many maples, rubber wood is also a sap producing species, producing specifically rubber. After the useful economic lifespan of rubber tapping, the older practice was to burn the “useless” tree. As a farmed lumber, it’s “Sustainability” feature is paramount. Rubber wood is the most ecologically “friendly” lumber used in today’s furniture industry. Unlike other woods that are cut down for the sole purpose of producing furniture, rubber wood is used only after it completes (18-25 years) its latex producing cycle and dies. This wood is therefore eco-friendly in the almost every sense. No part of this farmed tree goes to waste for it’s full lifecycle.
The name of rubber wood itself invokes a variety of misconceptions as to its features and to its durability. It is one of the more durable hardwood lumbers used in the manufacturing of home furnishings of this decade. A member of the Euphorbiaceae family, rubber wood has a dense grain character that is easily controlled in the kiln drying process. Rubber wood has very little shrinkage making it one of the more stable construction materials available for furniture manufacturing. Rubber wood lumber takes easily many different types and colors of wood finishes such that rubber wood as used in furniture can mimic rosewood, or oak or other more expensive lumbers creating confusion in the identification of the type of wood used in the furniture.