Angelim - wood, parquet, profile


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Angelim - wood, parquet, profile

The Angelim wood is often regarded as the cheaper alternative to known hardwoods, such as Bangkirai and Co. The wood comes from the botanical family of Mimosaceae and occurs mainly in South America.
Although Angelim wood is often offered as an alternative to Massaranduba, Bongossi and Cumaru, it should rather be used in the non-visible area.
The reason for this is the appearance, which turns out to be a bit better for the other hardwoods.
It can be used well
Angelim wood therefore as substructures for other hardwoods, which are used for example as a parquet. The high resistance of this wood is particularly apparent.
Color and structure of Angelim wood
The Angelim wood is characterized by a red to nut-brown color scheme. It has a rather fine structure and a very good natural durability. The undried weight per cubic meter is 1,200 kilograms.
At 12 percent moisture of the wood, the weight is still at 1,090 kilograms per cubic meter. The breaking strength at this humidity is 83 N / mm² and the flexural strength is 118 N / mm².
This shows that the hardness, strength and other properties of the Angelim wood are very similar to the values ​​of Bangkirai and Bongossi. However, the Angelim wood pin and Shootholes are missing, which is a clear advantage of this wood.
The processing takes place like other hardwoods. So the Angelim needs wood
pre-drilled with a steel drill and then further processed with a carbide saw. Since the Angelim wood is very acidic, it can come in conjunction with water to discoloration. In metal joints, the metal can corrode and the wood also discolors. So that
Angelim wood can still be properly secured, wood or stainless steel joints should be chosen.
Although the Angelim wood is very durable and weatherproof, it should be stored in a hall and not in the air if possible. The humidity should be kept as constant as possible. Otherwise, it can lead to algae stains, cracking, water stains or increased wood moisture.
The Angelim wood, if stored unprotected, can also turn gray. If a hall is not available for storage, the wood should at least be covered with a UV-resistant tarpaulin. This makes it at least partially protected from moisture, sunlight and other weather conditions.
The storage should take the form of packages with individual stacking strips tied together with plastic or steel strips. The individual strips should be stored one above the other or next to each other at a maximum distance of 60 centimeters.
Direct sunlight can cause warping and drying cracks in the Angelim wood and should therefore be avoided.
Buy Angelim wood
In the trade Angelim wood is offered as roundwood and lumber, as well as veneer wood. Depending on the quality and the provider, the costs sometimes vary greatly, making the comparison of the prices offered worthwhile in any case.
Surface treatment and use of Angelim wood
The Angelim wood can be processed with different varnishes and glazes. The possible surface treatments resemble those of the Bangkirai wood. Angelim wood is used above all in bridge construction, noise barriers, screens or railway sleepers.
Also in water and shipbuilding, as well as construction wood it is used. For the terrace it can be used as a substructure for parquet and in horticulture Angelim wood is also used.

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