Iroko Iroko – African teak – Chloropora excelsa
Iroko has gained popularity recently as a substitute for Burmese teak (Tectona grandis), since it is much less expensive. Although it is also called African teak, it is not part of the teak family. It comes from the west coast of tropical Africa. The wood is yellow at first and grows darker over time.
Iroko is quite versatile and is used in shipbuilding as well as for interior and outdoor decking and furniture. It is a very tough, durable wood, nearly as durable as teak, and does not require any special protection when used outdoors. It is, however less table than teak.
Durability class: 2 (20–30 years).
Specific density: 620–670 kg/m3.
Janka hardness: 1600.
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