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Types of wood

Falcon International Trading Company

Types of wood

Examples of some types of wood that Falcon International Trading Company

can provide and use in the industries and examples:

1- Alder US

Red Alder is almost white when newly cut, but quickly changed to light brown color with a tinge of yellow or red when exposed to air and light .

Hartwood is made up of trees developed only in old age and there are no clear boundaries to the eye between the woodwood and sabwood. The wood has a fairly straight flourish and its composition is tempered.

2- American oak

American lash is similar to European appearance. The wood is light so that it approximates white and hardwood. Its color varies from brown to gray to light brown to pale yellow with brown lines. The wood generally has a straight serrated and a coarse texture. The degree and availability of light wood sapwood, and other properties, vary depending on the area in which they grow.

3- American Aspen

The sapwood is a white color that extends to Hart and is a light brown color. The contrast between sap and hardwood is simple. Wood has a symmetrical texture and a straight bang. Lilo Birch has white sapphires and brown wood, brownish-red wood, generally with a straight burst and a fine texture.

4- American Sherry

The sapwood is a white color that extends to Hart and is a light brown color. The contrast between sap and hardwood is simple. Wood has a symmetrical texture and a straight bang. Lilo Birch has white sapphires and brown wood, brownish-red wood, generally with a straight burst and a fine texture.

5- American Cottonwood

Sapwood is white and can contain brown lines while hardwood can be pale brown to light brown. It is a porous wood scattered with coarse texture. The wood is generally straight and has relatively few impurities. Couton Wood is a real poplar and therefore has characteristics and characteristics similar to the European Aspen and Pobler.

6- Red (Red US)

The sapwood is narrow and its color ranges from white to gray to light brown and brown wood is brownish-brown to dark brown. The explosion can be straight, but often overlapping. Wood texture coarse.

(American gray red is currently available in very limited quantities).

7- American Jem

The sapwood of the American jade tends to be broad and white to pink while the hartwood is brownish brown and has darker lines. The wood bursts are irregular and are usually overlapping, resulting in an attractive explosion pattern. The wood has a delicate texture.

8- American Hackberry

Huckberry wood closely related to the CELTIS LAEVIGATA wood and the Elm wood family. The difference between saabwood and hardwood is light gray and yellowish to light brown with yellow lines. The wood is blue-blue before and after drying in the furnaces and has irregular irregularity, sometimes it is serrated and sometimes it is overlapping and has a fine and regular texture.

9- American Hickory

Hickory wood is an important group in the East Hardwood Forest. Vegetation is separated into two groups: the genuine Hickory wood and the Hikori pecan. Wood is actually the same wood in both groups and is usually sold together. The white hickory sapphire has a brownish smudge while the hardwood color is pale to brownish red. Both are coarse and the fabric is usually straight, but it can be corrugated or irregular.

10- A solid American mable

Sapwood is a creamy white with a light flush of reddish brown and the hardwood color varies from light brown to dark brown. The amount of dark brown Hartwood can vary greatly depending on the area of growth. Both hardwood and sapwood can contain pulp stains. The wood has close, delicate texture, usually with a straight burst, but it can appear as “Fiddleback” and “Eye of the chick”.

11- American soft mabel

In most respects, soft mibble is very similar to steel mille. But because of its widespread growth it can be accidental of regional variation in color. The overall color of the sapwood is white, grayish, and sometimes darker PITH FLECKS. The color of the hardwood varies from light brown to light red to dark. The wood blast is usually straight. The leaflet is generally sold without its choice due to color.

12- American Red Arrow

The sapwood of red oak wood ranges from white to light brown and hartwood is brownish brown to a slightly pinkish red. Wood is similar to the white oak in the overall appearance but with less pronounced patterns due to the smaller rays. The wood blast is mostly straight and its texture rough. The red Arro tree got this name because of the foliage color in autumn.

13- American White Arrow

White oak is similar to European oak in color and appearance. Sapwood White American Arloe Light color and hard wood range from light brown to dark brown. The white oak bursts are mostly straight and the fabric is from the rough to rough and the rays are longer than the red arugula. White oak is therefore more engraved.

14- American Sycamore (Sycamore)

SABB Wood The sycamore wood is white to light yellow while the hardwood color is light brown to dark brown. The wood has a narrow and overlapping texture and has no relation to the European cockroach but has the same family characterization and characteristics similar to the European Bellin. It contrasts with other species well.

15- (Tulipb) American Tulip Wood

Sapwood is creamy white and it is possible to be planed and the color of the hardwood varies from light brown to yellowish to greasy green. The green color in the hardwood becomes darker when exposed to light and turns brown. The wood has uneven tissue from medium to fine and a straight burst. The size of sapwood and some. Natural characteristics can vary depending on the area of growth. Wood has many qualities desirable and suitable for a wide variety of important uses. The tulipwood tree resembles the European poplar and hence its name in the USA.

16- Walnut (pecans) American

Walnut has a white sapphire color cream while the Hartwood color ranges from light brown to dark brown chocolate color, sometimes it has a purple and darker lines. It is possible to supply the paint carefully to make the sapwood color dark or leave without evaporation. The wood is generally straight, but sometimes it is corrugated or wrinkled, so it is attractive and suitable for decoration.

17- American Willow

Saab Wood Willow varies in width according to growth conditions and is light brown in color. Unlike the light-colored Hartwood from pale brown to reddish brown to grayish brown. The wood has an even finer texture. Although it is usually a straight line, it is sometimes overlapping or embossed.

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