Future trends in wood veneer -okoume wood veneer

okoume veneer

 

Okoume veneer refers to a type of wood veneer made from the wood of the Okoume tree, scientifically known as Aucoumea klaineana. Okoume is a hardwood native to central and west Africa, and it is known for its lightweight properties, ease of machining, and attractive appearance.

 

Here are some key points about Okoume veneer:

Origin: The Okoume tree is primarily found in the rainforests of Gabon, Congo, and other regions in central and west Africa.

Appearance: Okoume veneer typically has a light pink to pale red-brown color with a straight grain. The wood is known for its uniform texture and a natural luster.

Uses: Okoume veneer is commonly used in the production of furniture, cabinetry, interior paneling, and other decorative applications. It is also used in boat building due to its lightweight characteristics.

Properties: Okoume wood is known for being stable and easy to work with. It is resistant to both decay and insects. The veneer is often chosen for its appealing aesthetics and the ability to take stains and finishes well.

Sustainability: Like any wood product, it’s important to consider the sustainability of Okoume wood. Responsible forestry practices and certifications can indicate that the wood has been sourced in an environmentally friendly manner.

Plywood: Okoume veneer is commonly used as a face veneer for plywood. Plywood made with an Okoume veneer face is often used in construction, particularly in marine applications due to its resistance to water and moisture.

When using Okoume veneer or any wood product, it’s crucial to consider factors such as the intended application, the environment it will be exposed to, and any specific requirements for finishing or treatment. Additionally, staying informed about the sustainability of the wood source is essential for environmentally conscious practices.

 

Chanta Company has a okoume wood veneer company in Africa. Below is some information

Grade :A B C D E F

Size:4*6/3*6/4*7/3*7/4*8

Thickness :0.25mm and 0.3mm

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