Eucalyptus Grandis

Eucalyptus Grandis

Eucalyptus Grandis

Origin: North-East of Argentina

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Products and presentations

Logs

Diameter: 12-35 cm

Lenght: 0,8 - 5,2 mts  

 

Brushed and unbrushed lumber

Thinckness (mm): 26/37/51/77/102

Width (mm): 77/102/127/153/178/204

Lenght (mts): 0,5 to 4,2

 

Tongue and Grooves / Floor Deck

Thinckness (mm): 12/18/24

Width (mm): 77/102/127/153/178/204

Lenght (mts): 0,5 to 4,2

 

Veneers & Plywood

Uses

Joinery, flooring, boat building, panelling and plywood, wood pulp.

Treatments

• CCA (optional)

• Moderate air drying

• Kiln drying

Quality Grades

Lumber: ABC (AA, AB, BB, BC, C)

Veneers: A, B, C, D, E

Logs: F1, F2, F3

General description

Eucalyptus grandis grows as a straight and tall forest tree, reaching around 30 m  tall,with a dbh of 0,4-0,8 m. The bole is straight for 2/3rds to 3/4 the height of the tree. The bark is smooth and powdery, pale- or blue-grey to white in colour, with a skirt of rough brownish bark for the bottom 1–4 m of the tree trunk. The glossy dark green leaves are stalked, lanceolate to broad lanceolate, and paler on their undersides, 10 to 16 cm (3.9 to 6.3 in) long and 2–3 cm (0.79–1.18 in) wide. They are arranged alternately along the branches.

Anatomic Characteristics

Heartwood color: Light reddish brown

Sapwood color: Light browny gray

Texture: Medium

How to reach us

by phone: +5411 5258-5560

by mail: info@bidcomgroup.com

Headquarters

Tucumán 612 - 6tth Floor - Buenos Aires - Argentina

+5411 5258-5560