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Southern Yellow Pine

Southern Yellow Pine grows in large numbers especially in Southern part of North America. The tree thrives well in the red clay soil, eg in Texas and Florida. The high density of the southern growing pine makes the wood very attractive to the wood working industry and is considered one of the best wood species, among others for the furniture industry, to which the wood has an ideal carrying and fastening ability. Used especially for floors, moldings and furniture bouth inside and out.

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Facts Southern Yellow Pine

Botanical name: Pinus echinata
Origin: North America
Weight: about 550 kg/m3
Moisture Content: 8-14 %
Janka hardness: 690
Modulus of rupture: 90.3 MPa
Bending strength: 1030
Modulus of elasticity: 12.10 GPa
Shrinkage: 12,3


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