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Beech

Fagus sylvatica

Beech is a widely-used hardwood, popular for its toughness, wear-resistance, strength and excellent bonding capabilities. Beech is best used for lumber, veneer, flooring, furniture, cabinetry, musical instruments, plywood and turned objects.

Widely sourced from across Europe.

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Ash

Fraxinus excelsior

Ash is acclaimed for its strength, sturdiness and shock-resistance. Ash is best used for flooring, millwork, boxes and crates, baseball bats and other turned objects such as tool handles. It produces good results with hand or machine tools.

Widely sourced from Europe.

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White Oak

Quercus robur / Quercus petraea

White Oak is acclaimed for its strength, sturdiness and rot-resistance. White Oak is best used for flooring, cabinetry, furniture, interior trims, boatbuilding, barrels and veneer, it is used extensively for both interior and exterior building applications in Europe.

Sourced from all over Europe.

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Red Oak

Quercus rubra

Red Oak is known for its strength and sturdiness, good bending strength and stiffness. Red Oak doesn’t have the same rot-resistance as White Oak. Red Oak is normally used for interiors, flooring, doors, kitchen cabinets, furniture, and veneer.

Sourced from all over Europe.

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Sycamore Maple

Acer pseudoplatanus

Sycamore Maple is a widely used hardwood, popular for its hardness, wear-resistance, strength and excellent bonding capabilities. Sycamore Maple is best used for veneer, paper (pulpwood), boxes, crates, pallets, musical instruments, and turned objects.

Widely sourced from Europe.

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Poplar

Populus tremula and Populus trichocarpa

Poplar-wood is among the lightest of deciduous available. Poplar is easy to work with hand and machine tools. It is used for boxes/crates, veneer, plywood, and various other utility purposes.

Poplar is found across the temperate regions of Europe.

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Hardwood Pulp

DSHwood trades different types of fresh cut hardwood for pulp usage. The most common species are Beech and Sycamore Maple, mainly used in the pulp industry for printing paper and tissues. DSHwood can provide pulpwood on custom order for many different species of hardwood from all our sourcing areas.

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