Sometimes also called bangkirai, yellow balau or selangan batu.
In the 1990s, bankirai was the most well-known name for tropical woods.
This resulted in high demand and declining quality.
Since that time we have switched to the South American variety 'Massaranduba'. This one is a lot more durable and has never failed in quality.
While the bankirai wood type is sold less annually as a terrace/decking board, it is in demand more as 'substructure wood'. Most contractors always ask about the finger-jointed and lamellar underbeams.
These beams are made from surplus pieces from the industry that are glued together to form a long beam.
Big advantage: very straight and durable.
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