IROKO

ORIGIN

Milicia

Tropical Africa.

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INFO

Iroko has a medium to coarse texture, with open pores and an interlocked grains. Iroko is very durable, and is resistant to both rot and insect attack; it is sometimes used as a substitute for Teak. There is no characteristic odor with this timber.

APPEARANCE

Heartwood is usually a yellow to golden or medium brown, with colour tending to darken over time. Pale yellow sapwood is clearly demarcated from the heartwood.

 1450:HARDNESS (JANKA)

COMMONLY USED

Flooring, Furnitures and Cabinetry.

EXPLORE OTHERS

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MAPLE

BEECH

BIRCH

BAMBOO

TASMANIA

OAK

ASH

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YELLOW

BALAU

EUROPEAN

OAK

AMERICAN

OAK

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CHENGAL

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ipe walnut

ACCOYA

IPE

WALNUT

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TEAK

MERBAU

AFRICAN

GOLDEN TEAK

ZEBRANO

SIENNA

WALNUT

SAPELE

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IRONWOOD

AMERICAN

WALNUT

INDIAN

ROSE WOOD

WENGE

PATAGONIA

WALNUT