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Sipo (Botanical: Entandrophragma utile)

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Sipo, Entandrophragma utile
Characteristics
Light Heavy
Weight:
Soft Hard
Hardness:
Fine Coarse
Texture:
Easy Difficult
Working:
Easy Difficult
Finishing:
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map of where this wood grows

woodworking characteristicsSipo Characteristics

Open grain, hard, heavy, durable, and strong resemblance to Mahogany

color of SipoColor Range

Medium red brown, very similar to Mahogany

other names for SipoOther Names

Kalungi, Sipo, Utile

uses for SipoSome Typical Uses

Furniture, flooring, cabinets

the Sipo treeWhat's the Tree Like?

The tree attains a height of 150 to 200 feet (45 to 60 m), with a trunk diameter of 30 to 72 inches (80 to180 cm). Boles are often straight, of good form, and are free of branches to about 100 feet (30 m).

where Sipo growsSipo grows in

Africa - Angola, Cameroon, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Zaire

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