Countless types of wood are available, each of which is suitable for specific applications. You know exactly which variety you require and why. But you can always count on us for expert advice about commonly used and less familiar types of wood. At Mevo Houtindustrie we work with both softwood and hardwood. And we too are confronted by new varieties of wood on a regular basis. MEVO is one of the few players in the market that is capable of machining so many different types of wood in accordance with KOMO certification.

Our machines handle large quantities of the wood varieties listed below. They are optimised, finger-jointed and, in some cases, laminated. Please look at our certificates for details of the varieties of wood that Mevo Houtindustrie BV can finger-joint in compliance with Komo guidelines and certificates.

If you are considering use of a variety of wood that is not included in the list below, please contact us for further information!

– Accoya
– Afrikulu
– Afzelia
– Amargosa
– Angelim Vermelho
– Ayous
– Azobe
– Bamboo
– Bangkirai
– Beuken
– Billinga
– Bintangor
– Bossé
– Cambara
– Cedrorana
– Cloeziana
– Cumaru
– Douglas

– Eiken
– Essen
– Eyoum
– Fraké
– Framiré
– Garapa
– Grenen
– Guiaruba
– Hemfir
– Hemlock
– Ipé
– Iroko
– Itauba
– Izombé
– Jatoba
– Jequitiba
– Keruing
– Kosipo Mahonie
– Kurk

– Lariks
– Louro Gamela
– Malas
– Mandioqueira
– Maple
– Massaranduba
– Meranti
– Merbau
– Moabi
– Muiracatiara
– Mungulungu
– Murure
– Niove
– Nobelwood
– Okan
– Okoumé
– Oregon Pine

– Padoek
– Piqiua
– Populieren
– Radiata Pine
– Robinia
– Sapeli Mahonie
– Sapupipra
– Sipo Mahonie
– Sucupira
– Sucupira Amarela
– Tali
– Tatajuba
– Tauari Branco
– Teak
– Twin-wood
– Vuren
– Western Red Cedar
– Yellow poplar

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