Tali

Freshly cut Tali is yellow to orange-brown, and after exposure to light it changes color to dark brown or dark reddish brown. There can be relatively large color differences in tali caused by the different growing conditions. However, the structure of the wood is very even.

  • Product Specifications

  • Origin Gabon
  • Scientific name Erythrophleum suaveolens
  • Rot resistance CLASS 1
  • Termite/insect resistance Class D - durable
  • Average weight (Kiln dried to 12%) 900 - 1100 g/cm³
  • Growth area Tropical Africa
  • Wood type Hardwood
  • Hair Cross hair
  • Machinability The high density and crosshair makes Tali quite difficult to machine
  • Nails and screws Pre-drilling necessary
  • Applications Decking, sleepers, poles, flooring and bridges

Durability

OVERALL DURABILITY
TERMITE RESISTANT
STABILITY
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