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PARAWOOD 

At    American    Woodline,    we    help you     realize     your     dreams.          Our product      line      is      an      extensive collection      of      the      best      quality unpainted    furniture    on    the    East Coast.        We    provide    professional quality    finishing    at    a    reasonable price, or you can finish it yourself. We    also    provide    expert    advice    to help   you   make   the   most   from   your purchase.    Call us today!
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Over 20 Years in Business

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Finishing of Parawood

Rubberwood   is   wood   from   the   Pará   rubber   tree   (Hevea   brasiliensis).   Rubberwood   is   sometimes   also called   parawood,   or   "Hevea"   for   the   genus   that   the   tree   belongs   to.         We   freqently   get   asked   if   Parawood is   real   wood,   and   the   answer   is   YES,   it   is.      Read   further   to   find   out   more.         Parawood   stains   great,   and paints   great   too.      Our   tables   and   chairs   are   all   made   from   Parawood,   and   you   will   experience   many   years of service from parawood products.     In   2002,   the   Malaysian   Ministry   of   Primary   Industries   marketed   it   under   the   name   "Malaysian Oak".         Rubberwood   has   been   produced   on   a   small   scale,   but   has   become   much   more   common.   There   are extensive   plantations   with   these   trees   in   southeast   Asia;   the   earlier   practice   was   to   just   burn   the   tree   at the   end   of   its   latex-producing   cycle.   Rubberwood   is   advertised   as   an   "environmentally   friendly"   wood,        as it makes use of plantation trees that have already served a useful function. Characteristics Rubberwood   also   known   as   Plantation   Hardwood   is   the   standard   common   name   for   the   hardwood timber   of   Hevea   brasiliensis.   Rubberwood   has   a   dense   grain   that   is   easily   controlled   in   the   kiln   drying process.   Rubber-wood   has   very   little   shrinkage   making   it   one   of   the   more   stable   construction   materials available for furniture, toys and kitchen accessories. It is not suitable for outdoor usage. Rubberwood   is   used   only   after   it   completes   its   latex   producing   cycle,   generally   when   it   is   25-30 years   old.   When   the   latex   yields   become   extremely   low,   the   trees   are   then   felled,   and   new   ones   are usually   planted.   This   wood   is   therefore   eco-friendly   in   the   sense   that   it   is   being   used   when   it   would normally be thrown away. As with all hardwoods, rubberwood comes in varying degrees of quality. Properties  Main Uses

PARAWOOD

UNFINISHED Parawood
Jenka Rating: 600
Golden Oak Stain
Click above image to see a Finished Alder Sample
© American Woodline Incorporated
Thanks    for    visiting    the    Useful    Information    page    of    American Woodline.com.      On   these   pages   you   will   find   a   lot   of   information that   will   assist   you   in   making   the   best   choices   for   your   furniture purchase.      We   try   to   provide   you   with   all   the   knowledge   that you   will   need   to   make   an   informed   decision   on   your   furniture.     Please   tell   us   if   there   is   more   information   you   would   like   to   see here. 
AmericanWoodline.com Quality Unpainted Furniture

PARAWOOD 

MADE IN USA
Over 20 Years in Business

Finishing of Parawood

Rubberwood    is    wood    from    the    Pará    rubber    tree    (Hevea brasiliensis).   Rubberwood   is   sometimes   also   called   parawood,   or "Hevea"   for   the   genus   that   the   tree   belongs   to.         We   freqently get   asked   if   Parawood   is   real   wood,   and   the   answer   is   YES,   it   is.     Read    further    to    find    out    more.            Parawood    stains    great,    and paints    great    too.        Our    tables    and    chairs    are    all    made    from Parawood,   and   you   will   experience   many   years   of   service   from parawood products.      In    2002,    the    Malaysian    Ministry    of    Primary    Industries marketed   it   under   the   name   "Malaysian   Oak".         Rubberwood   has been   produced   on   a   small   scale,   but   has   become   much   more common.   There   are   extensive   plantations   with   these   trees   in southeast   Asia;   the   earlier   practice   was   to   just   burn   the   tree   at the   end   of   its   latex-producing   cycle.   Rubberwood   is   advertised as    an    "environmentally    friendly"    wood,            as    it    makes    use    of plantation trees that have already served a useful function. Characteristics Rubberwood    also    known    as    Plantation    Hardwood    is    the standard    common    name    for    the    hardwood    timber    of    Hevea brasiliensis.     Rubberwood     has     a     dense     grain     that     is     easily controlled   in   the   kiln   drying   process.   Rubber-wood   has   very   little shrinkage     making     it     one     of     the     more     stable     construction materials   available   for   furniture,   toys   and   kitchen   accessories.   It is not suitable for outdoor usage. Rubberwood    is    used    only    after    it    completes    its    latex producing   cycle,   generally   when   it   is   25-30   years   old.   When   the latex   yields   become   extremely   low,   the   trees   are   then   felled,   and new    ones    are    usually    planted.    This    wood    is    therefore    eco- friendly    in    the    sense    that    it    is    being    used    when    it    would normally be thrown away. As    with    all    hardwoods,    rubberwood    comes    in    varying degrees of quality. Properties  Main Uses

PARAWOOD

UNFINISHED Parawood
Jenka Rating: 600

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