Poplar is one of the less expensive hardwoods. It’s also fairly soft (1 in hardness on a scale of 1 to 5), which makes it easy to work with. Poplar is white with some green or brown streaks in the heartwood. Because poplar is not the most beautiful wood, it’s rarely used in fine furniture, and if it is, it’s almost always painted. Poplar can be a good choice for drawers (where it won’t be seen) because it is stable and inexpensive. You can find poplar at larger home centers, but a lumberyard will have a better selection.
Poplar is a utility wood in nearly every sense. It’s used for pallets, crates, upholstered furniture frames, paper (pulpwood), and plywood. Poplar veneer is also used for a variety of applications: either dyed in various colors, or on hidden undersides of veneered panels to counteract the pull of the glue on an exposed side that has been veneered with another, more decorative wood species.
Very easy to work in almost all regards, one of Poplar’s only downsides is its softness. Due to its low density, Poplar can sometimes leave fuzzy surfaces and edges: especially during shaping or sanding. Sanding to finer grits of sandpaper may be necessary to obtain a smooth surface.
Available width 100m-250mm
Available lengths Up to 4000mm
Available moisture percentage 8-12% and 12% -18%
Humidity Klin Dried and Fresh cut
Quantity (each month) MIN: 30m3; MAX-1000m3
Type: Edge and UN-edged
Finishing Rough Sawn, S2S,S3S,S4S, Smooth
Grade AA AB BB ABC
Species: Poplar, Tulip Poplar, Yellow Poplar
Specification: Hard wood
Usage Furniture, flooring etc
Processing: 14 to 30 Days Depending on the quantity Order
We also customize sizes for client