Himalayan Golden Teak occurs naturally from the lower Himalayas in Pakistan through India, Burma, and Sri Lanka to southern China. High wood density at the base, and decreasing for some distance up the stem, then increasing towards the top. The wood seasons well without degrading, but it is slow to dry both in the open and in a kiln. Where it is naturally growing, it is highly esteemed as a general-purpose wood because of its dimensional stability. Its timber is fairly strong for its weight. Once seasoned, it is a very steady timber and quite resistant to decay.
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