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Decay in mahogany

H. D. Griffin

Decay in mahogany

by H. D. Griffin

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Published by East African Agriculture and Forestry Research Organization in Nairobi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Uganda,
  • Budongo Forest.
    • Subjects:
    • Entandophragma -- Diseases and pests -- Uganda -- Budongo Forest.,
    • Khaya anthotheca -- Diseases and pests -- Uganda -- Budongo Forest.,
    • Wood-decaying fungi -- Uganda -- Budongo Forest.,
    • Forests and forestry -- Tables.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[H. D. Griffin].
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB608.E55 G74
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4533508M
      LC Control Number76980316

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Mahogany’s reputation as a hardy, high quality wood for homes most certainly translates into other applications, and boating is no exception. A wood-decay fungus is any species of fungus that digests moist wood, causing it to species of wood-decay fungi attack dead wood, such as brown rot, and some, such as Armillaria (honey fungus), are parasitic and colonize living trees.

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Other common names in the trade given in this book are true mahogany, American mahogany, genuine mahogany. South American mahogany or SA mahogany is not given, probably because the species goes from Mexico southward into Brazil.

We do find Honduras mahogany used in the 18th Century in a few cases. Sapele does have good decay resistance, but. Mahogany Its extreme density and hardness make mahogany stand up very well to water and insects. It is one of the most resistant woods to rot and known for its superior strength, stability, and durability.

Appearance: Mahogany has a fine, visible, sometimes spiral grain. Colors can range from gray to brown to red to orange, or a blend of all four. Full text of "The Mahogany Book, 4th edition." Freedom from decay.

Mahogany is particularly resistant to rot, mould and other organisms of decay, both with respect to the atmos- phere and in contact with the soil. Thus it is an excellent wood for any use in the tropics, where such conditions are a constant hazard. Mahogany – This is the king of hardwood.

It is extremely dense and hard which keeps the insects and water at bay, preventing rot. Mahogany is beautiful when finished natural, which is why many doors are built with it.

It also holds paint very well. But because of its beautiful characteristics and rot resistance, it can be expensive. The wreck of the RMS Titanic lies at a depth of ab feet ( km; mi), about miles ( km) south-southeast off the coast of lies in two main pieces about a third of a mile ( m) apart.

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On the inside of the front and back covers of this book are shown the outstanding types of Mahogany figures. to repel certain types of wood destroying insects and tend. to make Mahogany resistant to organisms of decay.

Mahogany is the ideal wood for the expression of the finest in contemporary design while it is the one historically correct. Clearly an allegory for race relations in South Africa, the novel succeeds on numerous other grounds: a rich evocation of family dynamics ; a chilling portrait of bodily and mental decay; and a successful experiment in combining diaries, the second-person, and stream of consciousness.

The book described a "big leaf" mahogany family that's also known as "genuine mahogany," "American mahogany," "true mahogany" and "Honduras mahogany." So even if the deck's decay was because.

Origin: African Mahogany is found in the West African countries of Ghana, Nigeria, and the Ivory Coast. Color: The color varies from a pinkish to reddish brown; usually it is not as red as South American Mahogany. When quartersawn it can have ribbon figure; crotch and swirl figure are common.

Janka Hardness: (hard) Decay and Weather Resistance: African Mahogany is rated as moderately. History of Genuine Mahogany. Mahogany is a type of wood that is simply described as having straight-grains and a reddish-brown hue of timber.

One of the first places Mahogany wood was discovered was in Belize, however it soon became known that the Mahogany tree was indigenous to the Americas. The Forest Products Laboratory rates American mahogany as very resistant to decay, while the African is rated as moderately resistant. In terms of stability, The American has an average volumetric shrinkage, green to ovendry, of %, while the African is a point higher at %.In the '70s and '80s, mahogany was thought to produce a subpar tone when compared to that of rosewood—an assumption that would eventually change, thanks in no small part to The Tree.

Initially, much of the wood from The Tree was purchased by furniture makers and other craftsman, destined to become large conference tables, high-end cabinets. Teak, oak and mahogany, though also pricey (but less so), can be found in large quantities in most metropolitan areas.

Be cautious in choosing mahogany: sincewhen the carpenter on Sir Walter Raleigh’s ship first discovered its properties and introduced them to European craftsmen, mahogany has been the unfortunate victim of colossal.