BOMBACOPSIS QUINATA PDF

You are on page 1of 4 Search inside document Descripciones de especies: Bombacopsis quinata Bombacaceae Bombacopsis quinata Jacq. Dugand Sinnimos Nombres comunes Bombacopsis ceiba sensu Dugand. Pittier; Bombax nicoyense Pittier; Bombax quinatum Jacq. Alverson; Pochota vulgaris Ramirez Goyena Se usa principalmente por su madera, prove- ebanistera.

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Also on the Atlantic side of Panama and in Colombia and Venezuela. Abundant throughout its range, mostly on well-drained, often gravelly soils on the upper slopes of low hills and ridges.

Wide-spreading crown of heavy branches; somewhat irregular bole; generally buttressed. Trunk and larger branches armed with hard sharp prickles. The Wood: General Characteristics: Heartwood is uniform pale pinkish or pinkish brown when freshly cut, becoming light to dark reddish brown on exposure; sharply demarcated from yellowish sapwood.

Grain straight to slightly interlocked; texture medium; luster rather low. Heartwood without distinctive odor but sometimes with a slightly astringent taste. Air-dry density about 34 pcf. Mechanical Properties: 2-in. Forest Products Laboratory toughness average for green and dry material is in. Warp and checking slight. Shrinkage green to ovendry: radial 3.

Working Properties: The wood has been reported as easy to work, finishing smoothly; also easy to nail. Durability: The heartwood is rated as durable in its resistance to white-rot fungi, very durable in resistance to brown rots.

Susceptible to attack by both dry-wood and subterranean termites. Good resistance to marine borers reported in Panama waters. Preservation: Heartwood is very difficult to treat with very poor absorption and penetration. Sapwood can absorb 10 to 20 pcf of preservative using either hot and cold bath or pressure systems; penetration though is irregular.

Uses: Used locally for general construction, interior finish, millwork, furniture stock, veneer and plywood, particleboard, and pulp and paper products. Additional Reading: 56 , 71 , 74 Record, S. Timbers of the new world. Villamil G. Maderas colombianas. Proexpo, Bogota. Wangaard, F. Properties and uses of tropical woods, III. From: Chudnoff, Martin. Tropical Timbers of the World.

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Last update on Resistance To Impregnation The heartwood is very difficult to treat with preservatives. Bombacopsis quinata The diameter is commonly 80 cm in diameter. Dugand Malvaceae There is still doubt about the correct name for this species, and there is a strong possibility that it will be transferred to the genus Pachira as Pachira quinata Jacq. Blunting Effect Blunting effect on cutting edges is rated as slight. This tree -related article is a stub. Furniture Cabinets 21 — Tropical timbers of the world.

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Also on the Atlantic side of Panama and in Colombia and Venezuela. Abundant throughout its range, mostly on well-drained, often gravelly soils on the upper slopes of low hills and ridges. Wide-spreading crown of heavy branches; somewhat irregular bole; generally buttressed. Trunk and larger branches armed with hard sharp prickles. The Wood: General Characteristics: Heartwood is uniform pale pinkish or pinkish brown when freshly cut, becoming light to dark reddish brown on exposure; sharply demarcated from yellowish sapwood. Grain straight to slightly interlocked; texture medium; luster rather low. Heartwood without distinctive odor but sometimes with a slightly astringent taste.

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