Cutting cost $1 per cut.
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The timber widely known as Chengal (Neobalanocarpus heimii /Dipterocarpaceae). The sapwood is a light yellow-brown with a distinct green tinge, sharply defined and darkening on exposure to a dark purple-brown or rust-red.
Also known as Chengal (Brunei); and Chan Ta Khien, Chi-ngamat, Takian Chan and Takian Chantamaeo (Thailand).
The timber is suitable for all forms of heavy construction, heavy duty furniture, bridges, marine construction, boat building, piling, mallets, flooring, decking, vehicle bodies, fender supports, staircase, columns (heavy duty), door and window frames and sills, carving works and other uses where strength and durability are required.
Shrinkage is fairly low, with radial shrinkage averaging 1.1% and tangential shrinkage averaging 2.6%.
The timber falls into Strength Group A (Engku, 1988b) or SG 1 (MS 544:Part 2:2001).