Massaranduba is a cost-effective, yet highly comparable alternative to slightly denser and more costly selections such as Ipe and Cumaru. Deep red hues accompany this delightful troical hardwood, and the effective life of this species is over a couple of decades. Massa has straighter grains than most of the tropical hardwoods.
|Material||NFPA Class*||UBC Class**||Flame spread at 10 min.|
*NFPA is the National Fire Protection
**UBC is the Uniform Building Code
Density and Buoyancy
Massaranduba Janka* rating-3190
The Average weight is 66 lbs./cu. Ft. Specific Gravity .85
*The Janka rating is a measure of the amount of force required to push a .444″ diameter steel ball half way into a piece of wood.
Moderately easy to work with, finishes to a very smooth surface.