Our products use commercial timber species that has often been used as teak, merbau, bangkirai, camphor, meranti, mahogany, Sungkai, rosewood, coconut wood. Each timber is known for its strength, durability, uniqueness of fiber and color.
Our wooden material obtained from controlled forest use by the government. All our wood is legally justifiable origin. We strongly oppose illegal logging practices. We always choose the best places where the wood of the tree was planted.
Our teak wood from Central Java and East Java. All our teak wood comes from Perhutani. Sungkai wood, mahogany, rosewood comes from the island of Java, bangkirai wood, camphor and meranti comes from Kalimantan, Sulawesi derived from coconut wood and merbau from Papua.
Teak wood is often regarded as the most beautiful fiber and texture. Its characteristics are stable, strong and durable making it the main choice of wood as a building material. Including wood with Durability Class I, Class II and Strong I, II. Teak also proved resistant to fungi, termites and other insects because the oil content in the wood itself. No other timber that deliver quality and performance comparable to teak.
Teak trees are not the kinds of trees in tropical rain forests characterized by high rainfall throughout the year. Instead, teak forests grow well in dry areas and calcareous in Indonesia, particularly in Java. Java is the region's best quality teak trees which have started to be planted by the Dutch government since the early 1800s, and is now under the management of PT Perum Perhutani. All our teak wood Perhutani supplied directly from TPK area of Central Java and East Java. We do not wear teak apart from the two areas.
Price teak influenced many of origin, size and criteria of quality wood tolerable limits, such as: there is a healthy eye, no eye dies, there doreng, there are white. Determination of the desired quality teak wood finishing applications should consider the type selected. Besides protecting the wood from outside conditions, finishing in the timber is expected to provide aesthetic value on the timber by highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of the quality of the wood. Example Finishing: Teak Oil, Camphor, NC Lacquer, Melamine, Poly Urethane (PU).
- Natural Transparent Finished (Light Yellowish Brown)
Objective: Accentuate all the wood, teak wood grain to expose the beauty of the selected wood.
Quality of teak wood: straight grain, crown/round/live grain, no live knot, dead knot, white, and black doreng
- Light Melamine Finished (Light Yellowish Brown)
Objective: Highlighting fiber and natural appearance of wood, with selected wood grain to expose the beauty of natural teak
Quality of teak wood: straight grain, crown/round/live grain, small live knot tolerable, no dead knot, white wood, and black doreng
- Dark Melamine Finished (Dark Yellowish Brown)
Objective: Highlighting natural teak wood grain, and cover the shortage of wood such as white wood and doreng with dark colors.
Quality teak wood: straight grain, crown/round/live grain, live knot, white wood, doreng smooth, tolerable but, no dead knot
- Paint Finished
Objective: Cover the surface of the wood and hides all the advantages and disadvantages of wood fiber
Quality teak wood: straight grain, crown/round/live grain, live knot, white wood, doreng, dead knot, and any other wood disadvantages are tolerable
Merbau wood is one type of wood is sufficiently hard and stable as an alternative comparison with teak. Including wood with Durability Class I, Class II and Strong I, II. Merbau also proved resistant to insects. Merbau reddish-brown color and is sometimes accompanied by yellow highlights. Merbau usually finished with melamine dark color / old. Merbau has a fiber texture broken line break. Merbau trees including tropical rain forest trees. Merbau tree thrives in Indonesia, especially on the island of Irian / Papua. Merbau we come from Irian / Papua.
Mahogany wood texture is fairly smooth, beautiful fiber and colored pink to dark red. Widely used as a decor element. Including wood with Class III and Class Durable Strong II, III. Mahogany trees were encountered in the teak forest in Java, or planted by the roadside as cover crops.
Bangkirai wood including wood types are quite durable and strong. Durable including wood with Class I, II, III and Strong Class I, II. Personality is also accompanied by the rigors of a high degree of brittleness so easy hairline cracks appear on the surface. In addition, the timber bangkirai often found their pinhole. Generally cracks and pin holes can be covered with wood filler. Structurally, the pin hole does not reduce the strength of wood bangkirai itself. Because of the strong, the wood is often used for heavy construction material such as a wooden roof. Bangkirai wood including wood species are resistant to weather so often the choice of materials for the outside of the building / exterior trim such as plank, outdoor flooring / decking, etc. Bangkirai trees are found in the tropical rain forest on Borneo island.
Kamper / Champor Wood
In Indonesia, camphor wood has long been an alternative building materials that are more affordable. Although not setahan long and as hard bangkirai teak, camphor wood fiber that has a smooth and beautiful so often the choice of materials make the door panels and windows. Because not segetas bangkirai, cracks are rarely encountered. Because it is not as hard as bangkirai, the tendency to change shape too big, so it is not advisable for doors and windows with the design too wide and high. Including wood with Durability Class II, III and Class II Strong, I. camphor tree is found in many tropical rainforest in Borneo. Samarinda is a region famous for producing camphor with finer fibers than other areas in Kalimantan.
Red Meranti Wood
Red meranti wood including hardwood species, the color is dark pink to pale pink, but not as pale as the white meranti. besides not too finely textured, meranti also not so resistant to weather, so it is not recommended for use outdoors. Including wood with Durability Class III, IV and Class Strong II, IV. Meranti tree mostly found in the forest on the island of Borneo.
Sonokeling Wood (Rosewood)
Rosewood has a very beautiful wood grain, purple-streaked black streak or purplish black with reddish-brown stripes. Besides beautiful rosewood also strong and durable so that it can be used as a construction material. Durable including wood with Class I and Class II Strong. Rosewood tree only grows in the forests of Central Java and East Java, however, the numbers began to decrease.
Sungkai wood texture is fairly smooth, beautiful fiber and pale yellow. Sungkai wood is often used as a decorative element. Including wood with Class III and Class Durable Strong II, III. Sungkai tree diameter is not too large.
Coconut wood is one of the new alternative wood sources derived from coconut plantations that did not produce any more (aged 60 years and older) and should be cut down to be replaced with new seedlings. Actually coconut trees including palm species. All parts of the coconut tree is a fiber / fiber that is shaped short lines. You will not find a groove straight fibers and fiber crown on coconut wood because all the parts are fiber. Nor is there any knots because there is no coconut tree twigs / branches. Coconut trees thrive along the coast of Indonesia. However, the most famous is the dark brown color of Sulawesi. Coconut trees in Java is generally bright.
Ulin Wood (Ironwood)
Ironwood is one of the most powerful and hard wood in Indonesia. Ironwood best quality comes from Kalimantan. This wood is very heavy, hard, and resistant to weather, so it's great for use in outdoors / exterior wood products such as wood outdoor decking and railing.