Whitewood, European

Whitewood
Whitewood, European
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Silver fir: The timber closely resembles that of Norway spruce (Picea abies) but is slightly less lustrous. It is almost white in colour, with a yellowish-brown cast and faintly marked annual rings. The grain is straight, and the texture fine. The wood weighs 480 kg/m3 when dried. Spruce, Norway: There...
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Pine
Pine, Lodgepole
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A pale yellowish-coloured timber, soft, straight-grained, with a fine, fairly even texture, weighing about 470 kg/m3 when dried. Although on account of its size it does not produce much high-grade timber, it yields a good grade of wood with small, tight knots.
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Jelutong
Jelutong
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The sapwood and heartwood are not differentiated by colour. The wood is creamy-white when first cut turning a pale straw colour after exposure. The planed wood is lustrous or very lustrous, without any figure, but slit-like radial passages may be seen on tangential surfaces as lens-shaped bodies. These are latex...
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