This solid picnic table is built to last. Made from solid teak it incorporates the more traditional pub style design, this superb teak picnic table seats up to 6 people, this picnic table can be used for both domestic and commercial use
Picnic table dimensions: Table height: 72cm Seat height: 42cm Overall width: 158cm Overall length: 175cm Table top width: 75cm Table top length: 175cm Seat length: 168cm Seat width: 36cm Leg thickness: 8.2cm x 3cm Cross support: 6cm x 4.6cm High standards Besides its exceptional durability, stability and strength, teak has other valuable qualities. Teak the world's leading timber is generally known as the jewel of the forest. Besides its exceptional durability, stability and strength, teak has other valuable qualities. When exposed to sunlight it quickly gains a mature appearance and gives off a pleasant look of golden vitality and lasting beauty. When used indoors, teak can be seen serving its desired purpose in palaces and temples going back 1000 years. Teak's natural oil and wax also gives finished surfaces an impressive smoothness. The exceptional qualities of teak are:- � High durability due to presence of tecto-quione (natural oils) � Low uptake of moisture results in little warping and exceptional stability. � Extreme durability with relative low weight ratio. � high resistance to absorption of chemicals. � exceptionally beautiful colour & texture. � resistance to pests and termite. � excellent workability. Teak originates from the monsoon forests in the region of Laos, Myanmar (former Burma) and Thailand. It was only a few centuries ago, when the qualities of teak were recognized that planting began in Africa, South America and other South-East Asian counties. Burmese teak is the common term for teak grown in its original natural habitat and has superior qualities as compared to its cousins from other regions. Comparing Burmese teak (natural teak) and Plantation teak Burmese teak Age of harvest: above 60 years and up to 120 years old. Mature teak has much higher oil content, improving its durability. Properties: High competition in natural habitat results in narrow annual rings distance. This slower growth rate results in higher density and more durable wood. Appearance: golden brown, fine silky texture with straight to slightly wavy grain. Other teak Age of harvest: between 20 to 30 years, up to 60 years old. Young teak has lower natural oil content. Properties: plantation environment results in wider annual rings with lower density wood. Appearance: less uniform colour and coarser texture.
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