Face Veneer


Species: Limba (Terminalia superba)
Origin: Central Africa
Manufacturing method: sliced
Colouring: uniformly yellowish to matt brownish
Certified available: Yes

The Limba, also known as Corina, belongs to the family of the long-threaded family and comes from Central Africa. It can reach a growth height of up to 45 m and a trunk diameter of 1,3 m. The furrow of the limba is used in the manufacture of doors, veneer panels, decorative and floorboards and for office and school furniture. Due to its susceptibility to beetles and fungi, the wood of the limba is not suitable for outdoor use.