Chilean Pine

Radiata Pine

IMDOMACA is currently catering Chilean Radiata Pine, which offers a more economical alternative to American Pine, for a more practical utility.

Pinus radiata, commonly known as Radiata pine, is native to the west coast of the United States, specifically in California. It was introduced in Chile in the late nineteenth century, achieving successfully adaptation to the climate and soil of the country, reaching even higher growth, and in less time, to their region of origin.

Provides utility in the manufacture of:

  • Furniture
  • Boards and Furniture
  • Pallets
  • Containers
  • Packaging

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Classification
   
Name Chilean Pine
Common Names Radiata pine
Scientific Name Pinus Radiata
Family Pinaceae
Origin Chile, the United States (West)
   
Description
   
Color Beige Color
Grain Grain Right, except near the spinal rings
Texture Even texture and fine
Brightness low
Banned Straight
Smell Slightly resinous
Taste None Distinctive
Avg. Density 990 Ib/m3 = 450 Kg./m3
   
Features
   
Durability Low
Drying Behavior Good
Milling Behavior Easy to Work with
Similar Woods American Pine
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