What is Burmese teak wood?
Burma teak is an ancient tree that grows exclusively in the forests of Burma and Myanmar. This teak wood is commonly referred to as “the king of woods”. It is regarded as the best raw material for making furniture. This wood is frequently used in both household and commercial construction, according to BFP, one of the best teak wood suppliers in India.
Golden in hue, the grains are arranged tastefully. It is the kind of teak wood that lasts the longest. Their growth period exceeds 70 years. It contains a lot of teak’s natural oils. It is the priciest teak that is sold in the market from the teak wood dealers in India
Burma teak offers strong form retention and durability by nature. It can give your furniture a beautiful appearance and a regal feel. White ants, other insects, and termites cannot harm Burmese teak. It also requires less care because it is one of the toughest and most resilient types of wood.
This species of wood is not listed in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species or the CITES Appendices. However, teak imports have been restricted as a result of a recent (February 2021) military coup in Myanmar, the world’s largest teak producer. The sale of teak with the help of wood suppliers in India is associated with ongoing tyranny and breaches of human rights since the main corporation exporting the wood is owned by the government.
Our collection of MP/Nagpur teak wood products includes:
- No knots or breaks; clear
- Materials in KD and Non-KD are available.
- Materials in KD and Non-KD are offered
- Common dimensions are length (6 feet and up), width (3 inches and up), and thickness (1.5 inch and up)
- On request, more dimensions are available.
- Origin: Burma