Niove

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Appellation: M’BONDA – M’BOUN
Family: MYRISTICACEAE
Scientific names: STAUDTIA KAMERUNENSIS
Origin: CENTRAL AFRICA

WOOD DESCRIPTION

Reference color: red brown
Sapwood: very distinct
Grain: fine Grain
: straight
Counter-grain: absent

Perfect wood brown yellow orange to reddish brown veined dark. Occasionally oily surface. Wire sometimes wavy.

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PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

These properties can vary significantly depending on the origin and growing conditions of the wood.

  • Density *: 0.88
  • Monnin hardness *: 7.5
  • Coef. Volume shrinkage: 0.56%
  • Stability in service: stable
  • Total radial shrinkage: 4.6%
  • Fiber saturation point: 24%
  • Total tangential shrinkage: 6.0%

(*: 12% humidity)

NATURAL DURABILITY AND IMPREGNABILITY OF WOOD

  • Mushrooms: cl 1 – very durable
  • Dry wood insects: durable; distinct sapwood (risk due to sapwood)
  • Termites: class D – durable
  • Impregnability: 4 – not impregnable
  • Biological risk class: 4 – in contact with soil or fresh water

Presence of transition wood of lower durability.

SAWING AND MACHINING

  • Blunting effect: quite significant
  • Teeth for sawing: stellate teeth
  • Machining tools: tungsten carbide

Requires power.

ASSEMBLY

  • Nailing – Screwing: good hold, pre-boring necessary
  • Gluing: correct

Tends to split when nailing

USES

The wood has different colors, so it is recommended to discolor the surface.

  • exterior and interior carpentry
  • parquet
  • furniture
  • turned items
  • staircase
  • shipbuilding
  • paneling

Main known uses to be validated by implementation in accordance with the rules of the art. Important note: some uses are mentioned for information.

Source: CIRAD – ATIBT

REACTION TO FIRE

  • French conventional classification: thickness> 14 mm: M.3 (moderately flammable) thickness <14 mm: M.4 (easily flammable)
  • classification according to euroclasses: D s2 d0 This default classification concerns solid woods meeting the requirements of standard NF EN 14081-1 appendix C (May 2006), used in vertical walls. Namely structural wood, classified, with a minimum average density of 0.35 and a minimum thickness of 22 mm.
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