Iroko is stable, durable and has excellent strength properties, comparing well with Teak though it’s weaker in bending and in compression along the grain.

Pricing

We also supply Stainless Steel Screws to be used with Hardwoods.
Price per linear metre

21mm x 145mm - Decking Smooth both sides£8.85
21mm x 144mm PAR£8.55
21mm x 94mm PAR£6.25
21mm x 69mm PAR£5.25
21mm x 44mm PAR£3.45
21mm x 144mm Tongue & Groove V-Joint Cladding£9.55
44mm x 94mm Tongue & groove V- Joint Cladding£7.25
90mm x 90mm PAR Post£43.78
45mm x 95mm PAR 4"x2" Joist£19.44
45mm x 120mm PAR 5"x2" Joist£24.29
45mm x 145mm PAR 6"x2" Joist£29.49
Please note all prices are subject to VAT

Typical applications

Exterior and interior joinery, cladding, decking

Durability

Durable

Working qualities

Iroko works fairly well with most tools, though with some dulling effect on their cutting edges and a reduction of cutting angle to 15° is usually necessary to obtain a smooth surface. An excellent finish can be obtained if the grain is filled. It takes nails and screws well, and glues satisfactorily.

Botanical name

Chlorophora excelsa, Chlorophora regia

Origin

West / Central Africa

Iroko hardwood


For further details on our Iroko, please contact us on 020 8858 6441.