Kulim

Trade name – KULIM (MediumРheavy hardwood). 
Botanical name – Scorodocarpus Becc.
Family – Olacaceae.

Kulim is medium-heavy hardwood, dark purple-brown with uniform colour. It is characterized by deeply interlocked grains. The texture is moderately fine to moderately coarse. Dry wood has a peppery smell. The wood is used for contruction materials, doors, windows, flooring.

Origin and distribution – It is distributed in Tailand, Malaysia and Indonesia (Sumatra and Kalimantan). Komodoor supplies Kulim from Sumatra island.

Komodoor manufactures Kulim flooring in Prime and Select Grades. Kulim has generally uniform colour, so we do not sort it into different colour shades. Skirting is supplied only in Select Grade.

PRIME

PRIME

Quarter and semi-quater sawn. No life knots, sapwood, stain, pin holes. No colour variation.

SELECT

SELECT

Flat and quater sawn. No sapwood, stain, dead knots. Some life knots, pin holes are accepted.