Chengal is the product of a single species Noebalanocarpus heimii in Peninsular Malaysia. The timber seasons slowly with moderate end-checks and surface checks as the main sources of degrade. The only flaw in this wood is the numerous ¡°pin holes¡± which are the galleries of dead Ambrosia beetles that attack almost all living trees of Chengal. Except on aesthetic grounds this is not objection-able because the strength of the wood is never significantly affected by these pin holes.

General description of the wood : -Sapwood is well-defined. When freshly sawn the heartwood is light yellow-brown with a distinct greenish tinge, darkening on exposure to dark purple-brown or rust red. It has very prominent ripple marks. The grain is interlocked; texture is fine and even.

Except the following products,
we also offer any timber that needed by valuable customers.