Burma teak is worldwide recognized for its durability and stability, the timber is immensely stable, has high oil content that works as “built-in” natural water repellent and is therefore virtually immune to rotting, fungi and harsh chemicals. Teak is one of the few timbers that can withstand the heat of the desert and will not readily catch fire. Teak has great beauty. It is generally fine to coarsely grained, even texture, medium lustre and an oily feel. Yellow-brown to dark golden brown heartwood and greyish or white sapwood.


  • Highly durable
  • High sustainability
  • Rot resistant
  • Good workability
  • Aesthetic appeal


  • Ships and boat building
  • Exterior construction and panelling
  • Flooring
  • Furniture (indoor and outdoor)
  • Veneer and furnishings
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