Radiata Pine (Naturally resistant to Border & Termites)
100% Imported

 
NameRadiata Pine (Insignis Pine)
Other NamesAlso known as New Zealand pine.
SourcesGrows in New Zealand and Australia.
AppearanceVery attractive wood with straight grain, very close density, honey coloring, and very subdued growth rings.
Physical PropsSimilar in strength and hardness to United States yellow pines but has much better working qualities. Rates medium in bending and crushing Strength and low in stiffness, shock resistance, and decay resistance. Stable in service but can distort significantly if not seasoned properly.
Working PropsGlues and finishes without difficulty and holds nails and screws quite well.
UsesUses Used for staircases, trim, sash, doors, cabinet framing, vehicle components, furniture, turnery, general construction, plywood veneers, and pulp.

Flush Door

Block Board

 
 

Wood Density (in kg/m3)

Low Medium High Moisture Content (%) Notes References
- 330 - - Basic density of inner corewood (first five rings) Forestry Compendium, CAB International
- 450 - - in the outerwood Forestry Compendium, CAB International
- 513 - 15 - Woods of the world