CUMARU

  • Very
    Durable

  • Resistant to
    Termites

  • Resistant to
    Weather Changes

  • 5.75 LBS/BF

    Air Dry Density

  • 3,330 LBF

    Janka Hardness

  • Dificult to
    Work

  • Very
    Durable

  • Resistant to
    Termites

  • Resistant to
    Weather Changes

  • 5.66 LBS/BF

    Air Dry Density

  • 3,330 LBF

    Janka Hardness

  • Dificult to
    Work

AVAILABILITY

Select & Better

Mixed Grain

4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4 thicknesses

DIMENSIONS

DimensionsLengths
1×6 (1-1/2″ x 7-1/4″ actual)8′ – 20′
5/4×6 (1×5-1/2″ actual)8′ – 20′
2×4 (1-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ actual)8′ – 20′
2×6 (1-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ actual)8′ – 20′
2×8 (1-1/2″ x 7-1/4″ actual)8′ – 20′
4×4 (3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ actual)8′ – 20′

END USES

  • Sleepers
  • Bridges (parts in contact with water or ground)
  • Bridges (parts not in contact with water or ground)
  • Hydraulic works (fresh water)
  • Industrial or heavy flooring
  • Wood frame house
  • Poles
  • Stakes
  • Ship building (planking and deck)
  • Cooperage
  • Heavy carpentry
  • Sliced veneer
  • Tool handles (resilient woods)
  • Turned goods
  • Hydraulic works (seawater)

  • Note: Slicing: only for decorative veneer.
    Cumaru, grown in northern South America, is known as a strong, hard, and very attractive wood species, with medium to dark brown coloring, sometimes with streaks of yellow or green brown. It has an interlocked grain and medium texture, and excellent durability and weathering properties, making it very durable to decay. Cumaru is a beautiful and long-lasting lumber for outdoor projects like decks, boardwalks, and exterior siding. It is also commonly used for flooring.

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