Timber PRODUCTS

  • Natural Timber
  • NST Composite Timber
Trade Name: Kapur
Botanical Name: Dryobalanops aromatica
Grows in: East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Eastern Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang and Johore.
Descriptions:
  • Sapwood yellowish brown and well defined.
  • Texture moderately coarse and even
  • Grain Straight or interlocked
Color Ranges and Color Change: Heartwood Reddish brown
Wood Density: 575 to 815 m-3 air dry
Durability: 5 years (with maintenance and proper installation)
Uses: Suitable for heavy construction, heavy duty flooring, plywood manufacture and railway sleeper, furniture, door furniture, door and window frame, garden furniture
 
Trade Name: Balau
Botanical Name: Shoreas
Grows in: Hilly top of Peninsular Malaysia
Descriptions:
  • Sapwood lighter in colour and moderately distinct
  • Stripe figure on the radial surface
  • Texture moderately fine and even
  • Grain interlocked
Color Ranges and Color Change: Heartwood light brown to red brown weathering to a dark-brown or dark purple brown
Wood Density: 880 to 1040 kg m-3
Durability: 10 years and above (with maintenance and proper installation)
Uses:
  • Meant for heavy construction works, bridge construction, railway sleepers, telephone and power line poles, mines props, boat building and manufacture of door and window frame
  • Favourite for outdoor timber decking
 
Trade Name: Chengal
Botanical Name: Neobalanocarpus heimii
Grows in: Peninsular Malaysia
Descriptions:
  • Sapwood pale yellow and well defined
  • Planed surface lustrous
  • Texture moderately fine and even
  • Grain Interlocked
  • Visible pinholes
Color Ranges and Color Change: Heartwood pale brown with a distinct green tinge weathering to dark purple brown.
Wood Density: 915 to 980 kg m-3 air dry
Durability: 15 years and above (with maintenance and proper installation)
Uses: Meant for heavy constructions, railway sleepers, flooring and a favourite timber for boat building
 
Trade Name: Borneo Ironwood (Belian)
Botanical Name: Eusideroxylon zwageri Teijsm
Grows in: Kalimantan, Sumatra, Sabah, Sarawak and the Philippines
Descriptions:
  • Sapwood white or pale yellow and distinct
  • Texture coarse and even
  • Grain interlock
Color Ranges and Color Change: Heartwood light brown to almost bright yellow weathered to deep reddish brown, very dark brown, or almost black
Wood Density: 1000 - 1105 kg m-3 air dry
Durability: 30 years and above (with maintenance and proper installation)
Uses: Meant for heavy construction, boat building, piling, factory flooring, furniture and other exterior purposes
 
Trade Name: Teak
Botanical Name: Tectona grandis
Grows in: Burma, Indonesia, Peninsular Malaysia
Descriptions:
  • Uniform dark golden brown
  • Sapwood white to pale yellow
  • Straight grains, but occasionally wavy
  • Texture is coarse and uneven
  • Greasy and may contain white shiny deposits
Color Ranges and Color Change: Dark golden yellow weathered to rich brown with darker, chocolate brown markings
Wood Density: 600 - 640 kg m-3 air dry
Durability: 10 years and more
Uses: Meant for construction, boat building, furniture making, domestic flooring, exterior uses and ship building
 
NST Unique Installation Method
  1. No trace of visible nail marks
  2. Structurally stable
  3. Chamfered round edges
  4. Able to last up to 10 years or more
 
Benefits of NST Installation Method
Clean, Nail and Screw Free Look
- Provides a classy appearance
Chamfered Round Edges
- Less obvious uneven elevation cause by timber shrinkage
- Less prone to injuries
“工”shape for the laying of timber planks,
- Provide strength for heavier loads
- Provide stability to the structure
 

NST Wood Plastic Composite is a combination of plastic and cellulose fibre (a wood component). This removes many of the problems that wood traditionally has. For example, NST WPC doesn’t suffer from issues of mold and bacteria, water absorption, or seasonal contraction and expansion like wood does. However, NST WPC still maintains the aesthetics, utility and general feel of wood itself

NST Wood Plastic is superior to the WPC made by our competitors, because NST uses rich hulls for the cellulose fibre components, while our competitors use compressed saw wood.

Available Colours

 
Available Textures
 
NST Handiclip System Composite Timber
  1. Clean, nail and screw free look
  2. Consistent Gapping of 6mm
  3. Easy Installation
  4. Reduce cupping and wrapping
  5. Structurally Stable

 

 
 
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