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Major decay types recognised in an extremely durable timber species Belian (Eusideroxylon zwageri) from East Malaysia

, : Major decay types recognised in an extremely durable timber species Belian (Eusideroxylon zwageri) from East Malaysia. Proceedings of the TRTTC/STA Forest Products Seminar ' 96, 11-13 March 1996, Kuching Hilton Hotel: 162-173

Belian (Eusideroxylon zwageri) is highly regarded among the naturally durable Malaysian hardwoods, and is therefore favoured for use in ground-contact as untreated poles, posts and railway sleepers.

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Anonymous, 1970: Report on a consignment of Belian (Eusideroxylon zwageri) from Sabah. FPRL consignment No. 1370. Gives results from tests made on 5 logs, cut from trees 100-124 ft high. The wood is hard and heavy. Long drying times make kiln-drying from the green condition uneconomic. The timber is almost impossible to impregnate with preservative, but is ve...

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