Angelique is an outstanding and diverse tropical hardwood known for its unique properties. Angelique is also known as Basralocus. While its stunning colors and grain make it well-suited for aesthetic projects like fencing, siding, and decking, its high durability, strength, and stability make it also suited for heavy industrial strength projects. Adding to this the species’ unique traits regarding Marine projects and you have an excellent versatile species that can be applied in almost any project.
Angelique has a unique brown color that is very appealing and takes stains well allowing it to be used in residential projects for decks, fencing, and siding. Originating from South America (just like well-known species like Ipe and Cumaru) this species has stood the test of time.
Species of Wood: Angelique, Basralocus
Density: 650 (KG/m3)
Janka Hardness: 1,290 (pounds)
Modulus of Rupture (MOR): 17,390 (psi)
Modulus of Elasticity (MOE): 2,190 (1000 psi)
Grain: All Heart
Usage: S2S, S4S, E4E, Rough
Weight per 1000 SF or BF: 3500 lb
Other Names: Dicorynia guianensis, Dicorynia paraensis, Angelica do Para, Tapaiuana, Barakaroeballi, Basralokus
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