MC300XL_Wood appendix_User Manual _Eng ver3
PINLESS MOISTURE METER
Density Table MC-300XL
to/
m³
WG
Name
Botanical name
to/
m³
WG
Ru
0,64
H 6.0
Tupelo
Nyssa sylvatica
0,50
H 4.5
Rubber tree
0,61
H 6.0
Ulin
0,93
H 9.0
0,61
H 6.0
Umbrella tree
Musanga cecropioides
0,20
H 1.5
Name
Safukala
Botanical name
Dacryodes heterotricha
Sal
0,83
H 8.0
Wacapou
Vouacapoua americana
0,90
H 8.5
Saligna Gum
Eucalyptus saligna
0,76
H 7.5
Walnut tree
Juglans reglia
0,61
H 6.0
Sandlewood
Amyris balsamifera
Walnut, american,
black
Juglans nigra
0,58
H 5.5
0,52
H 5.0
0,70
H 6.5
0,36
H 3.5
0,82
H 8.0
Sapele
0,61
H 6.0
Sapelli
0,61
H 6.0
Sapo
Didelotia brevipaniculata
0,61
H 6.0
Satinwood,
eastind.
Chloroxylon swientenia
0,87
H 8.5
Satinwood,
westind.
Zanthoxylum flavum Vahl
0,83
H 8.0
Sen
Acanthropanax ricinifolius
0,50
H 4.5
Sengonlaut
Walnut, New
Guinea
Wattle, Black
Acacia mollissima
Wawa
Wengé
Millettia Laurentii
0,76
H 7.5
Whitewood
Liriodendron tulipiteria
0,44
H 4.0
Willow
Salix-alba-spp.
0,41
H 4.0
0,31
H 3.0
Yang
Dipterocarpus alatus
0,72
H 6.5
Sepetir
Sindora coriacea
0,54
H 5.0
Yemane
Gmelina arborea
0,45
H 4.0
Sepetir
Sindora spp.
0,67
H 6.5
Yew
Taxus baccata
0,59
H 5.5
0,64
H 6.0
Zapatero
Gossypiospermum praecox
0,76
H 7.5
Zebra wood
0,82
H 8.0
0,72
H 6.5
Sepetirpaya
Sequoia
0,42
H 4.0
Seraya Red
Shorea argentifolia sym.
0,57
H 5.5
Seraya White
Parashorea plicata
0,50
H 4.5
Seraya Yellow
Shorea acuminatissima sym.
0,49
H 4.5
Sikon
Tetraberlinia tubmaniana
0,64
H 6.0
Sipo
0,58
H 5.5
Siris, white
0,34
H 3.0
1,25
H 9.5
0,30
H 2.5
Snakewood
Piratinera guianensis
Sompong
Sonokeling
0,82
H 8.0
Spruce
Picea abies
0,43
H 4.0
Spruce western
white
Picea glauca varalbertina
0,43
H 4.0
Spruce,
Engelmann
0,37
H 3.5
Spruce, Sibirian
0,43
H 4.0
Spruce, Sitka-
Picea sitchensis
0,41
H 4.0
Sucupira
Bowdichia nitida
0,86
H 8.5
Sugi
Cryptomeria japonica
0,29
H 2.5
Sweetgum
Liquidamabar styraciflua
0,51
H 5.0
Tabebuia
1,11
H 9.5
Tagayasan
0,78
H 7.5
Taihi
0,44
H 4.0
Tali
Erythrophleum guineense
0,87
H 8.5
Tangile
Shorea polisperma
0,50
H 4.5
Tarrieta
0,72
H 6.5
Taun
0,66
H 6.5
Tchitola
Oxystigma oxyphillum
0,61
H 6.0
Teak
Tectona grandis
0,65
H 6.0
Terentang
Campnosperma spp.
0,39
H 3.5
Terminalia
Terminalia brassii
0,42
H 4.0
Terminalia
Terminalia complanata
0,44
H 4.0
Terminalia
Terminalia copelandii
0,49
H 4.5
Terminalia
Terminalia microcarpa
0,56
H 5.5
0,30
H 2.5
Tetrameles
Thuya-Maser
Tetraclinis articulata
0,50
H 4.5
Toosca
Atnus subcordata
0,49
H 4.5
Zingana
Microberlinia-bisulcatabrazzavillensis
MC-300XL
Electronic Moisture Meter
for Wood
Wood Group Selection Table
ENG
USER’S MANUAL
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PINLESS MOISTURE METER
PINLESS MOISTURE METER
User‘s Manual MC-300XL
Density Table MC-300XL
INTRODUCTION
BUZZER -FUNCTION
With the moisture measuring instrument MC-300XL, Exotek
AB has introduced an hand-held moisture measuring unit,
incorporating electronic circuitry perfected over years of
development and practical application.
The wood moisture measuring instrument MC-300XL works on
high frequency according to the contact measurement process,
thus a damage of the material to be measured is excluded.
Due to the approved contact measurement procedure, a quick
determination of the moisture in timber is given.
Since it is used individually and is designed to fulfil requirements
economically, this unit satisfies in every respect the demands
made on a modern precision measuring apparatus.
Reliability, durability and a high standard of accuracy are assured
by ultra-modern, completely dependable digital analogue
components built to cope with the stress of uncompromising
everyday use.
The setting of the wood-groups combined with the automatic
0-correction, allow exact measurements on all European and
exotic timbers.
The MC-300XL moisture measuring device is equipped with an
international standardized
9 Volt alkali block-battery, which can be obtained anywhere.
The MC-300XL is equipped with a buzzer. This function is always
active when the unit is on. If the measured value goes higher
than a specified limit, the buzzer will beep. This function is very
helpful for fast timber selection.
To change the limit value press the right-hand button and keep it
pressed for app. 2 sec. until a L and a value behind will appear
on the display. This indicates the limit value for the buzzer. By
repetitive pressing the right-hand button, the limit-value will
increase in steps of one, until 36% is reached. After this it will
automatically start with 6% again. So the buzzer limit value is
selectable in a range of 6% to 36%. If the desired limit value
is reached, press the left-hand button shortly to leave the limit
entry menu. The unit will show the selected wood group and
immediately after, it is possible to measure as described in the
next section.
Caution! The HOLD-function is deactivated after buzzer limit
value entry, and has to be selected again – if requested.
After turning off automatically or manually, the new buzzer limit
value will be stored inside the unit and remains as the valid limit
value, if the unit will be used next time.
MEASURING PROCEDURE
After selecting the appropriate wood-group, releasing the pushbutton, the unit must be hold up in the air. The unit is „ready for
use“ after about 3 sec. On the display appear ” − 00.0 “ and now
measurements can be taken by placing the springs onto the
material.
SWITCH-ON
By pressing the push-button, the unit is switched on.
SWITCH-OFF
By pressing and holding the push-button (after the
unit is on and the values have been displayed), the
unit is switched off after approx. 3 sec.
or: Remains the unit switched on after
Name
Nothofagus
Nothofagus fasca
0,68
H 6.5
Pine, Hoop
Nyatoh
Palaquium spp.
0,63
H 6.0
Pine, Insignis
1,03
H 9.5
Pine, Klinki
Nyatoh batu
Oak, Japanese
Quercus crispula
0,63
H 6.0
Oak, red
Quercus rubra
0,65
H 6.0
Oak, stalk grape
Quercus-robur-petraea
0,63
H 6.0
Oak, stone
Quercus ilex
0,85
H 8.0
0,66
H 6.5
Oak, tasmanian
Oak, white
Quercus alba
0,64
H 6.0
Obeche
Triplochiton slceroxylon
0,35
H 3.0
Okan
Cylicodisus gabunensis
0,82
H 8.0
Okoume
Aucoumea klaineana
0,40
H 3.5
Olive
Olea-europaea-hochstetteri
0,85
Olivillo
Aextoxicon punctatum
Opepe
to/
m³
WG
0,47
H 4.5
0,44
H 4.0
0,41
H 4.0
0,52
H 5.0
Pine, Lodge pole
0,43
H 4.0
Pine, long-leaf
0,63
H 6.0
Pine, Merkus
0,65
H 6.0
Pine, Mindro
0,65
H 6.0
Pine, Loblolly
Botanical name
Pinus insignis-radiata
Pinus-palustris-tacda-oocarparisida
Pine, Parana
Araucaria angustifolia
0,50
H 4.5
Pine, Pitch,
Honduras
Pinus-palustris-tacda-oocarparisida
0,63
H 6.0
H 8.0
Pine, red,
Honduras,
Pinus palustris-tacda-oocarparisida
0,52
H 5.0
0,58
H 5.5
Pine, short-leaf
0,54
H 5.0
Nauclea diderichii
0,72
H 6.5
Pine, Siberian red
0,43
H 4.0
Ovengkol
Guibourtia ehie
0,69
H 6.5
Pine, Slash
0,63
H 6.0
Ozigo
Dacryodes buettneri
0,54
H 5.0
Pine, sugar
0,37
H 3.5
Ozouga
Saccoglottis gabonensis
0,84
H 8.0
Pine, Swisse
0,45
H 4.0
Padauk, african
Pterocarpus dalbergiodes
0,68
H 6.5
Padauk, african
Pterocarpus soyauxii
0,73
H 6.5
Pine, western
white
0,38
H 3.5
Padauk, burma-
Pterocarpus macrocarpus
0,81
H 8.0
Pine, Weymouth
0,38
H 3.5
0,54
H 5.0
Pinus cembra
Pinus strobus
Padauk, manila
Pterocarpus indicus
0,48
H 4.5
Planchonella
Paldao
Dracontomelum mangiferum
0,52
H 5.0
Plane
Platanus-acerifoglia-orientalis
0,57
H 5.5
Plum tree
Prunus dom.
0,69
H 6.5
Pocked wood
Guaiacum guatemalense
1,25
H 9.5
Podo
Podocarpus grcilior
0,46
H 4.5
H 6.0
The 3 measuring springs must have a good contact with the
material to be measured. This guarantees exact measurements.
Palisander,
ostind.
Dalbergia latifola
0,83
H 8.0
After 3 sec. a correct and constant measuring value is being
achieved, indicated by a minus sign ”-“ in front of the value.
Palisander, rio
Dalbergia nigra
0,83
H 8.0
Ponderosa Pine
Pinus ponderosa
0,55
H 5.0
0,62
H 6.0
Poplar
Populus-alba-nigra-hibrid
0,42
H 4.0
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana
0,42
H 4.0
0,44
H 4.0
SELECTION OF WOOD GROUPS
After the unit has been switched on, the previous selected group
for wood is indicated on the Display (H1.0 - H9.5). Each time the
push-button is being pressed again (during the valid group is
shown), the unit selects the next higher group in steps of 0.5.
To obtain exact measuring results, we recommend
measurements in a pile, but take care in getting a thickness of
10 mm minimum, as well as having no air-spaces between the
single sheets.
The indicated wood group is equivalent to the density range
of the timber. For selection of wood group see Wood Group
Selection Table (page 5 – 18).
BASE
With material thickness < 100 mm you absolutely have to take
care of the right base. Generally avoid a metal base. The best
results are taken, if the material to be measured is hold up in the
air. You also can use polystyrene below the timber with at least a
thickness of 100 mm.
2
WG
0,62
For single materials, thinner than 10 mm, the volume is too
small for accurate measuring values, but it is possible to make
comparing measurements for determination of too wet areas.
If the HOLD-function is active press the right hand
button shortly to turn the HOLD-function off, the
double point will go off.
to/
m³
Dracontomelum-dao.-spp.
THIN MATERIALS
If the measured value is not readable directly while
measuring, it is possible to choose the HOLDfunction by pressing the right-hand button shortly.
The unit will show this function by displaying a
double point. Each time the measuring value is
changing, the unit keep this value on the display for
easy reading.
Botanical name
Paldao-
measurements have been taken, it’s being switched
off automatically after 2 minutes if it is not in use.
HOLD - FUNCTION
Name
VOLTAGE
The unit is equipped with an international standardized 9 Volt
alkali block-battery. In case of low voltage, an arrow ”←“ appears
at the left upper side of the display. In this case the battery has to
be exchanged, to ensure further, correct measuring results.
Palosapis
Panga Panga
Millettia stuhlmannii
0,76
H 7.5
Port-Orfordcedar
Partridge
Caesalpina granadillo
0,98
H 9.5
Primavera
Pau rosa
Swortzia filstuloides
1,00
H 9.5
Pulai
Alstonia spp.
0,40
H 3.5
Pear tree
Pirus communis
0,66
H 6.5
Pyinkado
Xylia dolabriformis
0,84
H 8.0
0,71
H 6.5
Quaruba
Yochysia-guaianensis-spp.
0,46
H 4.5
0,51
H 5.0
Quebracho
blanco
Aspidosperma quebrachoblanco
0,82
H 8.0
Shinopsis balanesae
1,14
H 9.5
Gonystylus bancanus
0,58
H 5.5
Pecan
Pencilwood,
african
afrpencilwdom,
,,od
Juniperus procera
Pencilwood, calif.
Libocedrus decurrens
0,36
H 3.5
Pencilwood, virg.
Juniperus virginiana
0,46
H 4.5
0,75
H 6.5
Pericopsis
Ramin
Rang
1,01
H 9.5
Rauli
Nothofagus procera
0,51
H 5.0
Redcedar,
Western
Thuja plicata
0,34
H 3.0
Pernambuc
Caesalpina echinata
0,85
H 8.0
Peroba di campos
Paratecoma peroba
0,69
H 6.5
Peroba rosa
Aspidosperma peroba
0,71
H 6.5
Redwood,
kaliforn.
Seqoia semper virens
0,37
H 3.5
Persimmon
Diospyros virginiana
0,78
H 7.5
Rengas
Gluta-rengas-spp.
0,59
H 5.5
Perupok
Lophoperalum spp.
0,49
H 4.5
Resak
Vatica stapfiana
0,76
H 7.5
0,63
H 6.0
Resak
Vatica cuspidata
0,92
H 9.0
Phdiek
Pillarwood
Cassipourea malonsana
1,00
H 9.5
Resak
Cotylelobium melanoxylon
0,94
H 9.0
Pine
Pinus sylvestris
0,48
H 4.5
Robinia
Robinia pseudoacacia
0,69
H 6.5
Pine, Beach-
Pinus maritima
0,48
H 4.5
Roble
Tabebuia pentaphylla
0,52
H 5.0
0,57
H 5.5
Rosewood,
Honduras
0,98
H 9.5
0,83
H 8.0
1,08
H 9.5
0,95
H 9.0
Pine, Benguet
Pine, black
Pinus nigra
0,56
H 5.5
Pine, Caribian
Pinus caribea,
polustris,tacda,oocarpa
0,63
H 6.0
0,46
H 4.5
Rosewood,
Thailand
0,38
H 3.5
Rosewood,Bahia,
Brazilian
Pine, Corean
Pine, eastern
white
Pinus strobus
Rosewood, Indian
7
Dalbergia nigra
Dalbergia-frutenscens-variabilis
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Density Table MC-300XL
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Name
Botanical name
to/
m³
WG
Name
Kotibe
Nesogordonia papaverifaera
0,70
H 6.5
Maple, red
Koto
Pterygota macrocarpa
0,47
H 4.5
Krabak
Anisoptera marginata
0,60
H 5.5
0,75
H 6.5
0,80
H 7.5
Labula
0,42
H 4.0
Lagerstroemia
0,64
H 6.0
Kuku
Kwila
Intsia-bijuga
Landa
Erythroxylum manni
0,58
H 5.5
Lapacho
Tabebuia-guayacan-ipe-serratif
1,11
H 9.5
Larch, european
Larix decidua
0,55
H 5.0
Larch, japanese
Larix leptolepsis
0,49
H 4.5
Larch, sibirian
Larix sibirica
0,55
H 5.0
Lauan, red
0,49
H 4.5
Lauan, white
0,49
H 4.5
Lauan, yellow
0,46
H 4.5
0,44
H 4.0
Laurel, chile
Laurelia aromatica
Laurel, indian-
Terminalia alata
0,83
H 8.0
Lavoa
Lavoa brownii, Lavoa trichiliodes
0,49
H 4.5
Lenggadai
0,89
H 8.5
Lignum vitae
1,25
H 9.5
to/
m³
WG
0,57
H 5.5
0,96
H 9.5
Matoa
0,66
H 6.5
Mayapis
0,47
H 4.5
Massaranduba
Botanical name
Minusops balata,Manikarabidentata-huberi
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Measuring method:
High frequency dielectric constant
measurement
Mecrusse
Androstachys johnsonii
0,86
H 8.5
Measuring range - Wood: 0 - 99 % moisture content (H2O)
Medang
Cinnamomum camphora
0,56
H 5.5
Scanning depth:
10 - 100 mm
Melapi
Shorea-assamica-bracteolataspp.
0,61
H 6.0
Density Range:
100 – 1000 kg/m3
Mempening
Lithocarpus spp. Quercus spp.
0,83
H 8.0
Hold function:
Yes
0,79
H 7.5
Alarm function:
Yes/selectable
Automatic switch off:
Yes
Automatic 0-correction:
Yes
Low battery warning:
Yes
Menggeris
Menkulang
Tarrietia spp.
0,66
H 6.5
Meranti, dark red
Shorea-pauciflora-spp.
0,64
H 6.0
Meranti, light red
Shorea-negrosensis-spp.
0,48
H 4.5
Meranti, red
Shorea parvifolia
0,46
H 4.5
Meranti, red
Shorea leprosula
0,49
H 4.5
Meranti, red
Shorea spp. (Rubroshorea)
0,54
H 5.0
Meranti, red
Shorea teysmannina
0,56
H 5.5
Meranti, red
Shorea curtisii
0,58
H 5.5
Meranti, white
Shorea spp. (Authoshorea)
0,52
H 5.0
Shorea-assamica-bracteolataspp.
0,61
H 6.0
Working conditions, temp -10 to +60° C / 0 – 90 %
/ RH:
Display:
LCD digital
Resolution:
0,1%
Housing material:
ABS
Sensor material:
Chrome plated steel
Power supply:
9 V alkaline battery
Limba
Terminalia suberba
0,51
H 5.0
Meranti, white
Power consumption:
Approx. 5mA
Limbali
Gilbertiodendron dewevrei
0,76
H 7.5
Meranti, white
Shorea hypochra
0,63
H 6.0
Carrying case:
Artificial leather
Linde
Tilia-cordata-platyphyllos
0,49
H 4.5
Meranti, yellow
Shorea-faguetiana-multiflora-spp.
0,53
H 5.0
Dimensions (h x w x d):
130 x 60 x 27 mm
Litsea
0,46
H 4.5
Merawan
Hopea-mangarawan-odorata
0,71
H 6.5
Longui
0,53
H 5.0
Weight (incl. battery):
150 g
Merbau
Intsia bijuga
0,80
H 7.5
Warranty:
1 year
Anisoptera marginata
0,65
H 6.0
0,66
H 6.5
0,65
H 6.0
0,81
H 8.0
0,69
H 6.5
Louro, -Vermecho
Ocotea rubra
0,57
H 5.5
Mersawa
Madrono, Pacific
Arbutus menziesii
0,68
H 6.5
Magnolie
Magnolia acuminata
0,52
H 5.0
Messmate stringy
bark
Mahogany
Swietenia mahagoni
0,58
H 5.5
Mindro
H 5.0
Moabi
Mahogany ,Tiama
Entandrophragma angolense
Mahogany,
Honduras
0,52
0,49
Baillonella toxisperma
Molave
H 4.5
0,31
H 3.0
H 4.5
Mora
Mora excelsa
0,90
H 8.5
Movingui
Distemonanthus benthamianus
0,70
H 6.5
0,65
H 6.0
Mucarati
Burkea afrikana
0,97
H 9.5
Entandrophragma cylindricum
0,61
H 6.0
Muhimbi
Cynometra alexandri
0,87
H 8.5
Muhuhu
Brachylaena hutchinsii
0,85
H 8.0
Mahogany, Sipo
Entandrophragma utile
0,58
H 5.5
Mukulungu
Autranella congolensis
0,91
H 9.0
Makore
Tieghemella heckelii
0,62
H 6.0
Mukusi
Balkaea plurijuga
0,87
H 8.5
Malas
0,89
H 8.5
Mulberry tree
Morus alta
0,60
H 5.5
Malugai
0,66
H 6.5
Muninga
Pterocarpus angolensis
0,55
H 5.0
0,92
H 9.0
Musizi
Maesopsis-eminii-berchemioides
0,45
H 4.0
Manggachapui
0,70
H 6.5
Mutenye
Guibourtia arnoldiana
0,73
H 6.5
Manggasinoro
0,46
H 4.5
Myristica
0,42
H 4.0
Mango
0,71
H 6.5
Myrtle
Nothofagus cunninghamii
0,50
H 4.5
Mangrove
0,92
H 9.0
Naga
Brachystegia cynometroides
0,60
H 5.5
0,87
H 8.5
0,48
H 4.5
Mahogany,
Khaya, African
Khaya-ivorensis-grandifoliola-spp
0,49
Mahogany,
Kosipo
Entandrophragma candollei
Mahogany,
Sapelli
Manbarklak
Eschweilera longipes
Molucansaw
Manio
Podocarpus nubigenus
0,45
H 4.0
Narig
Mansonia
Mansonia-altissima-ssp.
0,60
H 5.5
Narra
Maple (mountain)
Acer pseudoplatanus
0,57
H 5.5
Nato
0,60
H 5.5
Neconauclea
0,79
H 7.5
Maple (silver),
soft
Acer saccharinum
0,51
H 5.0
Maple (sugar)
Acer saccharum
0,68
H 6.5
Maple, black
0,57
H 5.5
Maple, hard
0,64
H 6.0
6
Pterocarpus indicus
Niangon
Tarretia-utilis-densiflora
0,65
H 6.0
Niove
Staudtia-stipitata-camerunensis
0,87
H 8.5
Nothofagus
Nothofagus menziesii
0,57
H 5.5
Nothofagus
Nothofagus spp.
0,62
H 6.0
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Density Table MC-300XL
Density Table MC-300XL
Name
Botanical name
to/
m³
WG
Abachi
TriplocTriplochiton scleroxylonn
scleroxylon
0,35
H 3.0
Abura
Mitragine stipulosa
0,52
H 5.0
Adina
Adina cordifolia
0,60
H 5.5
Afara
Terminalia superba
0,51
H 5.0
Afromosia
AfromAfromosia elata
0,66
H 6.5
Afzelia
Afzelia pachyloba africana
0,70
H 6.5
Agathis
Agathis alba
0,42
H 4.0
Agba
Gossweilerodendron
balsamiferum
0,46
H 4.5
0,84
H 8.0
Agoho
Name
Botanical name
to/
m³
WG
Name
Botanical name
to/
m³
WG
Name
Batu, selanqan
Shorea guisol
0,80
H 7.5
Cedrela
Cedrela toona
0,49
H 4.5
Fir, siberian
Batu, selanqan
Shorea spp.
0,92
H 9.0
Cedro
Cedrela fissilis
0,38
H 3.5
Fir, silver, white
Batu, selanqan
Shorea maxwelliana
0,95
H 9.0
Ceiba
Ceiba pentandra
0,27
H 2.5
Fir, subalpine
Batu, selanqan
Shorea laevis
0,91
H 9.0
Celtis
0,65
H 6.0
Framiré
Bayur
Prerospermum spp.
0,58
H 5.5
Champaka
0,49
H 4.5
Freijo
Beech, red
Fagus sylvatica
0,68
H 6.5
Chengal
Balano carpus heimii
0,94
H 9.0
Cherry tree
Prunus avium
0,54
H 5.0
Chestnut, horse
Aeskulus hippocastanum
0,49
Chestnut, sweet
Castanea sativa
0,54
Chickrassy
Chikrassia tabularis
Beech, white,
silver
Carpinus betulus
0,57
H 5.5
Belian
Eudderoxylon zwageri
0,93
H 9.0
Benge
0,93
H 9.0
Benihi
0,34
H 3.0
Berlinia grandiflora Macroberlinia
bracterosa
0,68
H 6.5
Albarco
Cariniana brasiliensis
0,49
H 4.5
Albarco
Cariniana pyriformis
0,57
H 5.5
Alerce
Fitzroya cupressiodes
0,42
H 4.0
Bilinga
Nauclea diderichii
0,72
H 6.5
Almaciga
0,40
H 3.5
Binuang
Octomeles sumtrana
0,35
H 3.0
Almon
0,54
H 5.0
Birch, common
Betula-alba-verrucosapubescens
0,61
H 6.0
Birch, yellow
Betula lutea
0,66
Alstonia
Alstonia-congensis-pediccelata
0,40
H 3.5
Amarant
Peltogyne paniculata
0,83
H 8.0
0,36
H 3.5
Amberoi
Amendoim
Pterogyne pitens
0,80
H 7.5
Andiroba
Carapa-guianesis-surinamensis
0,59
H 5.5
Andoung
Monopetalanthus heitzii
0,51
H 5.0
Angelin
Andira inermis
0,76
Angelique
Dicorynia-guianensis-paraensis
Aningeri
Antiaris
0,82
H 8.0
Goncalo alves
1,05
H 9.5
Astronium fraxinifolium
Cocobolo
Dalbergia-retusa-granadillo
0,95
H 9.0
Goupie
Goupia glabra
0,81
H 8.0
Cocuswood
Brya-buxifoia-ebenus
1,03
H 9.5
Greenheart
Ocotea rodiaei
0,98
H 9.5
Coigue
Nothofagus dombeyi
0,62
H 6.0
Greenheart
0,99
H 9.5
H 3.5
Grove beech
Carpinus betulus
0,73
H 6.5
0,83
H 8.0
Guajacan
Guaiacum guatemalense
1,25
H 9.5
H 6.5
Cypress
Cupressus sempervirens
0,45
H 4.0
Guatambu
Balfourodendron riedelianum
0,78
H 7.5
0,43
H 4.0
Gubas
0,36
H 3.5
0,80
H 7.5
0,60
H 5.5
H 9.5
Cottonwood
0,55
H 5.0
Dabema
Piptadeniastrum africanum
0,64
H 6.0
0,84
H 8.0
Dacrydium
0,51
H 5.0
Eucalyputs globulus
0,80
H 7.5
Daniellia
Daniellia-klainei-ogea-spp.
0,48
H 4.5
Boire
Detarium senegalense
0,69
H 6.5
Diambi
Guarea-laurentii-thompsonii
0,60
H 5.5
Bombax
Bombax brevicuspe
0,40
H 3.5
Dibetou
Lovoa-brownii-trichiloides
0,49
H 4.5
Bosse
Guarea cedrata
0,54
H 5.0
Dillenia
0,72
H 6.5
Boxtree
Buxus sempervirens
0,92
H 9.0
Dogwood
Cornus florida
0,82
H 8.0
Brushbox
Tristania conferta
0,90
H 8.5
Douglasie
Pseudotsuga menziesii
0,51
H 5.0
Bruyere
Erica arborea
0,98
H 9.5
Douka
Thiegemella africana
0,66
H 6.5
Guibourtia-demeuseipellegriniana
0,91
H 9.0
0,38
0,40
H 3.5
Bombacaceae w/o Ceiba and
Salmalia
0,60
Ebony
Diospyros spp
0,83
H 8.0
Ebony
Diospyros philippensis
0,95
H 9.0
H 6.0
Ash, Japanese
Fraxinus mandshurica
0,61
H 6.0
Aspen, quaking
Popolus tremula
0,35
H 3.0
Bubinga
Assacu
Hura crepitans
0,39
H 3.5
Butternut
Assegai
Curtisia-faginea-fagifolia
0,80
H 7.5
Avodiré
Turraeanthus africanus
0,54
H 5.0
Cabbage-bark,
black
Lonchocarpus astilla
0,90
H 8.5
Azobé
Lophira alata banks ex
1,05
H 9.5
Calophyllum
Calophyllum spp.
0,34
H 3.0
Baboen
Virola surinamensis
0,50
H 4.5
Calophyllum
Calophyllum inophyllum
0,62
H 6.0
0,54
H 5.0
Calophyllum
Calophyllum obliquinervium
0,71
H 6.5
0,85
H 8.0
Campeche
Haemotoxylon campechianum
0,82
H 8.0
0,92
H 9.0
Camphorwood,
afr.
Ocotea usambarensis
0,56
H 5.5
Balau
Goncalo
H 6.5
0,40
0,65
Shorea spp.
H 6.5
0,67
Hymenaca courbaril
Fraxinus excelsior
Balau
0,73
H 9.5
H 5.0
0,91
H 4.0
H 4.0
0,52
Shorea laevis
H 9.0
0,45
0,43
H 3.0
Balau
0,95
Taxodium distichum
0,32
H 7.5
Hopea nutans
Gmelina
Cypress,
southern
Blue Gum
0,80
Giam
H 5.0
H 4.0
1,03
H 3.5
Shorea guiso
H 4.5
0,44
Madhuca urilis Palaquium
ridleyi,stellatum
0,36
Balau
H 8.0
Cypress Taiwan
Bitis
Antiaris-africana-welwitschii
Bakau
H 5.0
0,82
H 3.0
Bloodwood
Phillostylon brasiliensis
0,54
Hopea Pierrei
Abies alba
Courbaril
Ash, common
Baitoa
Cratoxylon arborescens
Giam
0,34
H 5.0
Bagtikan
Geronggang
Cypress red
Taiwan
0,55
H 6.0
H 4.5
H 6.5
Aningeria spp. Gambeya spp.
0,64
H 5.0
0,50
0,71
Acacia melanoxylon
Fraxinus americana
0,51
Cordia-alliodora-goeldiana
Calophyllum obliquinervium
Blackwood, austr.
Ash, American
Terminalia ivorensis
Bitangor
H 6.5
H 6.0
H 3.0
H 6.0
0,72
0,64
H 4.0
0,34
0,62
1,20
Artocarpus lanceifolius
H 4.0
0,43
Calophyllum inophyllum
Dalbergia melanoxylon
Artocarpus
0,41
Bitangor
H 7.5
Artocarpus spp
WG
Cypress Lawson
Blackwood,
african.
Arbor-vitae,
eastern
Artocarpus
Berlinia
Chyrosophyllum
to/
m³
Botanical name
Duabanga
Durian
Guijo
Haldu
Adina cordifolia
Hemlock, eastern
0,48
H 4.5
Hemlock, western
Tsuga-candensis-heterophylla
0,43
H 4.0
Hickory
Carya-glabra-ovata-spp.
0,76
H 7.5
0,49
H 4.5
Igem
Ilomba
Pycanantus angolensis
0,45
H 4.0
Imbuya
Phoebe porosa
0,60
H 5.5
0,51
H 5.0
Indigbo
Ipe
Tabebuia-guayacan-ipe-serratif.
1,11
H 9.5
Ipil
Intsia-bijuga
0,80
H 7.5
Iroko
Chlorophora excelsa
0,64
H 6.0
Izombe
Testulea gabonensis
0,70
H 6.5
H 3.5
Jacaranda, eastindian
Dalbergia latifolia
0,83
H 8.0
H 5.5
Jacaranda, Rio
Dalbergia nigra
0,83
H 8.0
Jacereuba
Calophyllum brasiliense
0,56
H 5.5
Jarrah
Eucalyptus marginata
0,76
H 7.5
Jelutong
Dyera costulata
0,41
H 4.0
Jong Kong
Dacryloclados stenostachys
0,44
H 4.0
Juniper
Juniperus viginiana
Ebony, afric. &
asiat. EEbas,,iat.
ebony
Diospyros-spp.-ebenum
1,03
H 9.5
0,46
H 4.5
Ebony, macassar
Diospyros-celbica-rumphiii
1,03
H 9.5
Kalampayang
0,42
H 4.0
Ekki
Lophira alata banks ex.
1,05
H 9.5
Kalantas
0,42
H 4.0
Elder
Alnus-glutinosa-incana
0,49
H 4.5
Kamagong
0,95
H 9.0
Elm
Ulmus carpinifolia
0,61
H 6.0
Kamerere
0,60
H 5.5
Elm, american
0,54
H 5.0
Kapok
0,28
H 2.5
H 9.0
Camphorwood,
true
Cinnamomum camphora
0,92
H 9.0
Campnosperma
Campnosperma spp.
0,34
H 3.0
Shorea maxwelliana
0,95
H 9.0
Endospermum
0,35
H 3.0
Canarium, afr.
Canarium schweinfurthii
0,46
H 4.5
Kapur
Dryobalanops lanceolata
0,69
H 6.5
Balsa
Ochroma-boliviana-lagopus
0,14
H1.0
Erima
0,35
H 3.0
Cativo
Prioria copaifera
0,44
H 4.0
Karri
Eucalyptus diversicolor
0,85
H 8.0
Balsamo
Myroxylon-balsamum-perniferum
0,88
H 8.5
Essia
Combretodendron africanum
0,71
H 6.5
Agathis spp.
0,53
H 5.0
Banak
Virola surinamensis
0,50
H 4.5
Cedar, Alaska
yellow
Kauri
H 4.5
Eugenia
Eugenia spp.
0,77
H 7.5
Kedondong
Burseraceae
0,52
H 5.0
Banga Wanga
Amblygonocarpus optusangolus
1,02
H 9.5
Cedar, incense
Libocedrus decurrens
0,36
H 3.5
Evino
Vitrex pachyphylla
0,48
H 4.5
Kempas
Koompassia malaencensis
0,82
H 8.0
Basswood,
american
Sterculia oblonga
0,69
H 6.5
Tilia americana
0,37
H 3.5
Cedar, Port
Orford
Eyong
Chamaecyparis laswoniana
0,42
H 4.0
Keruing
Dipterocarpus spp.
0,72
H 6.5
0,38
H 3.5
Khsach
0,82
H 8.0
0,51
H 5.0
Koki
0,78
H 7.5
Fir, grand
0,39
H 3.5
Kokikhsach
0,82
H 8.0
Fir, red californ.
0,41
H 4.0
Kokruda
0,66
H 6.5
0,56
0,47
H 5.5
Basswood, New
Guinea
0,34
H 3.0
Cedar, western
red
0,34
H 3.0
Batu, Nyatoh
1,03
H 9.5
Cedar, white
0,32
H 3.0
0,36
H 3.5
Cedrela
4
Cedrela serrate
Fir, Balasam
Fir, Douglas
Pseudotsuga menziesii
5
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