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Want Ramin Wooden Doors at Home to Stay Durable? This is the secret

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Kistang - Ramin wood is one type of wood that is widely available in Indonesia. The ramin tree grows in Sumatra and Kalimantan, which mostly have peat forests. Want Ramin Wooden Doors at Home to Stay Durable? This is the secret Ramin is a very familiar type of wood used for making doors and house frames. If you look at houses in Java, Sumatra and Kalimantan, many use this ramin material. Unfortunately, many do not know how to properly care for ramin doors. For those of you who have a house made of wood, you need to know how to properly care for it. Why Choose Doors with Ramin Wood? The reason ramin wood is so popular is of course because of its quality, although when compared to teak it is still very far away. However, this wood remains a favorite of the Indonesian people. Not only used by the people themselves, ramin is also a fairly large contributor to exports. Most of the ramin is exported in the form of wood lpg or plywood. In Indonesia itself, ramin is famous for being used as f

Benefits and facts of Suren Wood

Kistang - Surian wood or suren (Toona sureni) is a type of wood from the Meliaceae family that has high economic value. Suren wood is popular with the public as boards in housing, plywood, furniture, cigar boxes, containers, handicrafts and interiors.



Another advantage of suren wood is its texture which is not easy to rot or be eaten by termites. The wood is white and slightly reddish. Smooth, beautifully veined and longitudinally streaked, making the texture exotic.

The suren tree can grow up to 60 meters with a diameter of about 1 and even 4 meters. This tree grows very fast and is often found on the islands of Java, Sumatra and Bali. In Malaysia it is called Surian Wangi, in Thailand it is called Surian, while in the Philippines it is called Danupra.

Suren wood is easy to shape and sand, punch square holes or turn. The bark of suren is gray-brown to dark brown. The suren tree is easy to grow only with adequate light intake, so it can be developed freely in open ground.

Apart from that, there are 5 other interesting facts about suren wood that are also interesting to know.

The leaves are not eaten by livestock


Just to note, suren tree leaves are not eaten by livestock, so this tree is safe from disturbance. Free to plant anywhere, including in areas where livestock roam. There are even studies that say that if there are livestock or animals that eat suren leaves, the animal will get drunk.

Unique bark


The bark of the suren tree is very unique in that it looks cracked and seems to overlap. It is whitish brown in color, pale gray in color and gives off a distinctive aroma when cut. The wood is light and the wooden terrace is brown so it is very antique for furniture or crafts.

The bark and roots can be medicine


Many people use the bark and roots of the suren tree as a medicinal herb to treat diarrhea. While the skin of the fruit can also be used as an essential oil. The fragrant bark is also widely used as a mixture of fever and dysentery drugs.

While the leaf extract is widely used as an antibiotic and bio-insecticide. There are also those who use the bark and fruit for the manufacture of essential (aromatic) oils.

Mosquito and insect repellent


Based on research, suren wood contains surenon and surenolactone ingredients that function as insect larvae inhibitors. These ingredients are also proven to repel insects and mosquitoes.

wind breaker


Because of the tree's towering and upright posture, the suren tree is usually also used as a windbreak. Suren is commonly found in tea plantations and is also suitable for planting on the side of the road.

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