Sawn Timber

Sawn Timber

Misarma offers a wide range of sawn timber species. It is sourced from sustainable forests. Sawn timber features unique grains and textures that add a natural and rustic look to any project. The natural strength and durability can help it withstand heavy loads and extreme weather conditions, making it a reliable choice for building structures such as bridges and buildings.

Sawn Timber is just more than just a strong and durable material it is also incredibly versatile. It can be used in many varieties of ways, from framing walls and roofs to creating decorative trim and accents. And, because each piece of sawn timber is unique, it can be cut, shaped, and finished to create truly stunning designs and textures.

At Misarma, we’re committed to providing you with the best possible sawn timber, sourced from sustainable forests and crafted with care. 

Sawn Timber Species

MLH (Mixed Light Hardwood)

MLH is external and internal plywood. It has a lightly sanded finish, which can be easily cut or painted, and has various uses. These include treated exteriors such as sheds, decking and fencing. Moist interior uses such as bathrooms, kitchens and boat interior.


Meranti is a soft to firm hardwood timber. Meranti is not subject to warping or twisting and is dent resistant. It Is mainly used for decorative purposes such as flooring, panelling, furniture, joinery, mouldings, plywood, turnery, carving.


Kapur is highly suitable for decking because of its inherent durability, it also provides an attractive finish with its complex grain. The kapur timber can withstand the effect of weather better than any other timber species.

Selangan Batu / Yellow Balau

It is a durable timber species you can commonly find in Southeast Asia. Selangan batu is commonly used for structural purposes, marine uses and freshwater construction and decking. Selangan batu is naturally durable, long lasting and durable.


Spruce is a light and soft timber. Even though spruce is light and soft, it has good strength and elasticity properties. It is not susceptible to shrinking and when dried it will remain the same. Applying a protective coat of paint can help to compensate for its low level of natural durability.

White Oak

Due to its strength and resistance to decay, white oaks is used in a wide range of application. This includes shipping and boat building, flooring, architectural joinery, exterior joinery, railways sleepers and timber bridges.


Belian is known as the Borneo's ironwood. It is one of the heaviest, hardest, and most valuable timber in Borneo. It is commonly use in heavy construction and large- scale production such as for housing, pillars, floor, and walls


Keruing is a strong type of wood and can be classified as durable, making it a useful for construction purposes. It is also use for decorative purposes such as internal flooring, protected framing and boards, internal joinery and mouldings, lining, panelling, and framework.


Chengal is used for furniture making, and house and boat building. Chengal is highly flexible before it is fully cured. It is usually used for boat building as it is suitable for plank bending.


Pine wood is commonly used in manufacturing and carpentry. It can be used for decorating purposes such as flooring, windows, furniture and many more.

Merbau / Kwila(PNG)

Merbau timber is commonly used for decorative purposes. This is because of its natural colour and growth ring figure. The timber is suitable for interior finishing, panelling, mouldings, office fittings, flooring, superior joinery, cabinetmaking, musical instruments, ornamental items and carvings.


Walnut timber is a dense and strong wood. Commonly needed in expensive furniture and carpentry. Walnut timber is use d for furniture, musical instruments, carvings, trims and veneers.