Advantages: -Beech is ver hard and tough. It is also strong, with a close straight grain. Beech polishes well and withstands shocks and wear. Disadvantages: – It is not suitable for permanent outdoor use because it is not durable when exposed to changes in moisture.
Keeping this in consideration, is Beech a hard or soft wood?
Hardwood. Hardwoods come from broad-leaved, deciduous trees. The main hardwood timbers are ash, beech, birch, cherry, elm, iroko, mahogany, meranti, oak, obeche, sapele and teak.
What are beech nuts used for?
The fruit of the beech tree, known as beechnuts or mast, is found in small burrs that drop from the tree in autumn. They are small, roughly triangular and edible, with a bitter, astringent, or in some cases, mild and nut-like taste. They have a high enough fat content that they can be pressed for edible oil.
Is teak a hardwood or softwood?
Examples of hardwood trees include alder, balsa, beech, hickory, mahogany, maple, oak, teak, and walnut. Examples of softwood trees are cedar, Douglas fir, juniper, pine, redwood, spruce, and yew. Most hardwoods have a higher density than most softwoods. Most softwoods have a lower density than most hardwoods.