Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

9 Reuben Kaye Rd

Parow Industria

9 Reuben Kaye Rd

Parow Ind

7499

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.942017801351881

18.606206093254059

15 12 St

12 St

Elsies River

7530

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.94451

18.58476

12 Boyle Clse

Boyle Clse

Elsies River

7480

Wes Kaap

South Africa

-33.9290706

18.5873931

15 12 St

12 St

Elsies River

7480

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.94451

18.58476

25 Bloem St

Bloem St

Goodwood

7490

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.913638

18.572477

30 Brentford St

Brentford St

Beaconvale

7500

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.92074

18.58431

Jean Simonis St

Parow Ind Prk

Jean Simonis St

Parow

7499

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.906802

18.594426

57 Tredoux St

Tredoux St

Parow

7500

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.91719

18.59616

28 Selsdon St

Selsdon St

Parow

7500

Wes Kaap

South Africa

-33.92025

18.58574

Wood and Wood Products

Wood has been used by man for thousands of years. Humans use wood to built things, or as fuel for a fire.
 
This porous and fibrous structural tissue can be soft or hard. This product is only available from trees. The primary function of wood is to convey water and nutrients to the leaves. Different kinds of trees give different kinds of wood. Some people choose wood from a redwood or heartwood tree when making household items. This is because of the distinct darker colour of this kind of wood. However other types of ring-porous wood species like ash, black locust, catalpa, chestnut, elm, hickory, and mulberry are also used. This is while some manufacturers use wooden chips to make a weaker form of chipboard.
 
The better known furniture manufactures will use only the best quality oak wood to make some to the heavier and harder wooden products. Wood is also used to make tools, packaging, pallets, paper, houses, boats, cabinets, flooring, and a host of other items. Freshly cut wood will house rings to denote the age of the wood. This product may also contain knots which are regarded as imperfections in the wood. Knots reduce the strength of the wood and increase the tendency for splitting along the wood grain. However, knots in the wood are also used for artistic and visual effect.
 
Unfortunately, man is reducing the 434 billion cubic meters of forest at an alarming rate, thus endangering our future wood and wood products.
 
For more information about wood and wood products, visit the Yellowpages website.

Wood and Wood Products

Wood has been used by man for thousands of years. Humans use wood to built things, or as fuel for a fire.
 
This porous and fibrous structural tissue can be soft or hard. This product is only available from trees. The primary function of wood is to convey water and nutrients to the leaves. Different kinds of trees give different kinds of wood. Some people choose wood from a redwood or heartwood tree when making household items. This is because of the distinct darker colour of this kind of wood. However other types of ring-porous wood species like ash, black locust, catalpa, chestnut, elm, hickory, and mulberry are also used. This is while some manufacturers use wooden chips to make a weaker form of chipboard.
 
The better known furniture manufactures will use only the best quality oak wood to make some to the heavier and harder wooden products. Wood is also used to make tools, packaging, pallets, paper, houses, boats, cabinets, flooring, and a host of other items. Freshly cut wood will house rings to denote the age of the wood. This product may also contain knots which are regarded as imperfections in the wood. Knots reduce the strength of the wood and increase the tendency for splitting along the wood grain. However, knots in the wood are also used for artistic and visual effect.
 
Unfortunately, man is reducing the 434 billion cubic meters of forest at an alarming rate, thus endangering our future wood and wood products.
 
For more information about wood and wood products, visit the Yellowpages website.

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