Origin Name: African
Characteristics of Iroko Wood
Heartwood is usually yellow to golden or medium brown, with colour tending to darken over time.
African Iroko Wood has a medium to coarse texture, with open pores and an interlocked grain.
African Iroko Wood is very durable, and is resistant to both rot and insect attack; it’s sometimes used as a substitute for teak.
Generally easy to work, with the exception of its interlocked grain, which may cause some tear out during surfacing operations. Also, deposits of calcium carbonate are sometimes present, which can have a significant dulling effect on cutters. African Iroko Wood glues and finishes well.
No characteristic odor.
African Iroko Wood is not listed in the CITES Appendices, but is on the IUCN Red List.
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