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Massaranduba hardhout voor de beste prijs

The origin of our Massaranduba wood lies in Brazil, where these trees can grow up to 45 meters in height. This reddish brown to purple brown hardwood with sustainability class I is very suitable for civil engineering adaptations. Massaranduba hardwood can be adapted for bridge decking, floors, sleepers and as garden wood. Other names for Massaranduba are, a.o. Balata and Bolletrie.

Massaranduba wood, very flexible

Massaranduba wood is easy to work with despite the high density. However, care must be taken to extract the fine dust during sanding and sawing because this can cause inflammation of the eyes and mucous membranes. The properties in applications are very good because Massaranduba hardwood can be bent well and is therefore widely applicable.

We supply all your Massaranduba wood and Massaranduba products for the best price and with a recognized FSC® quality mark. As a result, we guarantee products with fair and responsible origin.

Properties Massaranduba wood

Name: Massaranduba
Alternative names: Balata Franc, Balata Rouge, Beefwood, Bois Boulet, Bulletwood, Maçaranduba, Maparajuba,
Appearance: Dark reddish brown to purple brown hardwood
Sustainability class: I
Strength class: D60
Mass kg/m3: Fresh 1050 – 1350
Dried 850 – 1200
Glue: Moderate
Bend: Is very flexible, easy to bend
Finishing: Well adaptable. Fine dust is bad for your health
Combination with iron:
Origin: Brazil
Extra: Very suitable for civil engineering projects, like bridge decking, floors, sleepers and garden wood.
Adaptations: Hydraulic constructions in pile-worm free areas, bridge decking, floors, sleepers and gardenwood

Our sales team is happy to help with questions about buying Massaranduba wood. Call us on +31 547 286 350 or reach us using the form on the right.

Source: Houtvademecum © 2010 Centrum Hout Almere, 10th revised edition.