Eucalyptus Tree Characterics and application

- Nov 05, 2019-

Eucalyptus is a light-colored hardwood with tight and irregular wood grain, fine and uniform structure, low weight, and low shrinkage. The sapwood layer is relatively wide, white to pale pink; the heartwood is light brown red. Eucalyptus has the characteristics of fast growth and strong adaptability. It is a fast-growing material, not tough, light and easy to break. Eucalyptus is widely grown in the southern and central parts of the United States and is an excellent fast-growing material planted in southern China. And in the production of cabinets and furniture for a variety of purposes, especially for the production of antique furniture. When eucalyptus is planted, it will destroy the soil and water quality, making it difficult for the soil to grow other crops so that the water cannot be drunk. The furniture made of eucalyptus is harmless to the human body.


    Eucalyptus (Latin name: Eucalyptus spp.) is also known as Eucalyptus, Myrtaceae, and the generic name of the genus. It is divided into three types: Eucalyptus urophylla, lemon carp, and big leaf eucalyptus. It is the most representative tree species in Australian woody plants. Most of them grow in the Australian mainland, and a few grow in the neighboring New Guinea Island and Indonesia. And a far away from the Philippine Islands. Planted in southern China. Eucalyptus is a fast-growing quality tree species. Eucalyptus is one of the main fast-growing tree species in China. It can be harvested and utilized in 5 years. Eucalyptus has great commercial value. Because of its many varieties, wide adaptability, fast growth and high economic benefits, it is widely introduced and cultivated all over the world. In many countries and regions around the world, eucalyptus forests are widely used as papermaking. An important raw material for industry. In China, it is known as the Nanyang North Yang. It is mainly distributed in Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan, Fujian and other provinces. The Zhanjiang City of Guangdong Province, which is located in the Leizhou Peninsula, has developed 170,000 hectares of eucalyptus, making it the largest eucalyptus production base in the country. Eucalyptus wood has long been used mainly for the production of wood chips and pulp. The production of eucalyptus hardboard and particleboard has a relatively long history. The use of fast-growing eucalyptus plantations for the production of veneer and sawn timber has only been in the past decade. It has developed rapidly.

The dry density of eucalyptus is about 0.7g/cm3.