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Ipe

  • Very
    Durable

  • Resistant to Termites

  • Resistant to Weather Changes

  • Resistant to
    Mold and Fungi

  • 5.75 LBS/BF

    Air dry Density

  • 1.10

    Specific Gravity

  • Very
    Durable

  • Resistant to
    Termites

  • Resistant to
    Weather Changes

  • Resistant to
    Mold and Fungi

  • 5.75 LBS/BF

    Air Dry Density

  • 1.10

    Specific Gravity

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AVAILABILITY

Dimensions

Lengths

1"x4" (3/4" X 3 1/2" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

1"x6" (3/4" x 5.5" Air Dried-Grooved)

3’ - 24’

1"x6" (3/4" x 5.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

1"x8" (3/4" x 7.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

1"x10" (3/4" X 9.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

1"x12" (3/4" x 11.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x4" (1" x 3.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x4" (1" x 3.5" Air Dried-Grooved)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x6" (1" x 5.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x6" (1" x 5.5" Air Dried-Grooved)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x8" (1" x 7.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x10" (1" x 9.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x12" (1" x 11.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 24’

2"x2" (1.5" x 1.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x4" (1.5" x 3.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x6" (1.5" x 5.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x8" (1.5" x 7.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x10" (1.5" x 9.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x12" (1.5" x 11.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

3"x6" (2.5" x 5.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

3"x8" (2.5" x7.25" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

4"x4" (3.5" x 3.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

6"x6" (3.5" x3.5" Air Dried)

3’ - 20’

1"x4" (3/4" X 3 1/2" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

1"x6" (3/4" x 5.5" Kiln Dried-Grooved)

3’ - 24’

1"x6" (3/4" x 5.5" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

1"x8" (3/4" x 7.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

1"x10" (3/4" X 9.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

1"x12" (3/4" x 11.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x4" (1" x 3.5" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x4" (1" x 3.5" Kiln Dried-Grooved)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x6" (1" x 5.5" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x6" (1" x 5.5" Kiln Dried-Grooved)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x8" (1" x 7.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x10" (1" x 9.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

5/4"x12" (1" x 11.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 24’

2"x2" (1.5" x 1.5" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x4" (1.5" x 3.5" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x6" (1.5" x 5.5" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x8" (1.5" x 7.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x10" (1.5" x 9.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 20’

2"x12" (1.5" x 11.25" Kiln Dried)

3’ - 20’

END USES

  • Sliced veneer
  • Cabinetwork (high class furniture)
  • Current furniture or furniture components
  • Bridges (parts in contact with water or ground)
  • Ship building (planking and deck)
  • Stakes
  • Moulding
  • Stairs (inside)
  • Turned goods
  • Tool handles (resilient woods)
  • Hydraulic works (seawater)
  • Sleepers
  • Industrial or heavy flooring
  • Poles
  • Hydraulic works (fresh water)
  • Bridges (parts not in contact with water or ground)
  • Heavy carpentry
  • Musical instruments
  • Vehicle or container flooring
Note:  Filling is recommended to obtain a good finish.

THE WORLD FAMOUS RAINFOREST MASTER

Behold the Ipe, the wood that will last you a lifetime. Also known as Brazilian Walnut, this strong wood is one of the most popular choices in decking projects around the world. With its incredible, unmatched advantages, Ipe’s popularity in North America continues to soar every day.

What’s to love about Ipe

• Its excellent durability makes it very resistant to decay.

• The unmatched and impressive +50-year lifespan.

• The natural oils and very dense fibers that make it naturally resistant to mold and fungi.

• The outstanding resistance against insects. Forget about wasting time thinking about insect-proofing your outdoor space.

• Ipe wood exceeds industry fire resistance standards. It has been awarded an ‘A1’ rating, which is the same as concrete and steel.

• Its elegant appearance makes it the perfect choice for a multitude of home improvement projects.

• Its great resistance to weathering, blows, and wear. Unlike other woods, Ipe does not tend to warp when facing prolonged exposure to moisture.

Keep an eye on

• Its hardness can make it difficult to work with, saw, nail, and screw, but despite that its fixation is very good.

• The presence of resins and their density means that it does not accept lacquers, paints, or varnishes easily.

• If slow drying is not carried out, there is a risk of small deformations and cracks. No need to worry though: at Lumber+, we only work with handpicked kiln-dried boards, free of imperfections.

• It accepts finishes well, although rubber deposits can occasionally affect polishing and finishing.

• It is recommended you use oil to maintain the hydration and original color of the wood.

Take an expert’s word for it

Alex Cortez

Wood Builder
“It is an incredible wood and it always looks like a million dollars! The trick, in my opinion, is the varnish. A good varnish makes the Ipe the king among all the others.”

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