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In production, we always use the chosen Teak and it is controlled by the Forestry Department, the one that is responsible for managing a strict policy regarding to the Teak proliferation and replanting. There are a lot of problems in production, for examples; about the dryness and its construction, hence, we seriously employ skillful and experienced people for it. Talking about the dryness first, the maximum limit ought to be 15%. Where as another consideration is about how to choose the spare part, it is a must to select the strongest material, which can restrain from rust. And last the monitoring of uniformity shape and size from the design. It is started from choosing raw teak taken from Indonesian government auction, where the next is supervising the cutting of uniformity components, and the final parts are controlling toward the Teakwood dryness until the assembling process and then moving to the soft sanding in order to create an extraordinary furniture.

Beside having a special quality, production should also be supported by a professional and effective management until it can be produced perfectly and delivered on time. Before delivering, the packing process must be controlled strictly in order to keep the furniture spare parts to stay in their places. Furthermore another important thing is labeling or naming each product, since it is not only useful for the buyers to know what kind of product is in the packing but also can be help the disclosure administration easier.

For the container safety structuring, a precise deliverance system is needed. After finishing all things, we will send it through port Semarang, Indonesia, and especially for it, Padma Indoraya will use the FOB Semarang port system. Nevertheless, we do not stop only in that point, on the contrary, the monitoring will continually done until the product is safety shipped, before it is successfully done, we can not feel relieved.

The withered hardwood tree, Teak, is descended from South Asia, South East Asia, Africa, and Caribbean. However the biggest Teak forest is found in Java, Indonesia a South East archipelago country, which is well known with the beauty of the island of the gods, Bali. According to growing condition, it can reach 45 meters (15 feet) in height and produce a long straight trunk about 1.5 meters (5 feet) in diameter.

The trunk can be fluted and buttressed for support. Teak has an average dried weight about 660 kg/m3 (41lb/ft3).

Teak, a tall tropical deciduous tree cultivated for its hand, durable, and decay-resistant wood. People usually use it for ships, boat building, exterior joinery, piers, furniture, plywood, veneer and carvings.

Teak has tiny white flowers which can eventually be ripen into small cherries-like fruits containing oily seeds.

Teak can sink in water unless it is thoroughly dried. The genuine one combines the quality of a rich and pleasing appearance with a durability that is unequaled by any other timber. Teakwood has a natural high oil content which makes it both stable and resistant when it is exposed for years, including in winter and summer. The trees then dies and is left standing for about two years to make sure it dried out. When fall comes, teak drops of part of its leaves in order to lessen the evaporation.

This fabulous tree has a course uneven texture with an oily feel. Indonesian teak is uniform golden brown, whereas the others are darker and more market. The wood is strong with moderate steam bending properties. It is naturally very durable. It is worked well with hand and machine tools, but quickly dull cutting edges. It is glued well on newly prepared surfaces.

The special quality of the teak makes it to be chosen for ship making and its construction, hence people tend to utilize it for outdoor furniture until now. This fact drives Padma Indoraya to choose it as the raw material both for garden and indoor furniture.

Wood is a natural product and needs attention!

Similar with another natural product, teak also need a good treatment, even though it already contains oil which enables it to survive for years. If it is left untreated. And sun-baked, the teak will neither deteriorate nor rotted but overtime will show the effects of nature is elements by turning to a silver-gray patina. To maintain the teak’s natural color and beauty, it is necessary to give periodic cleaning, sanding and oiling with teak oil. Possible surface mildew can be washed away with a mild solution of bleach and water. After drying, an immediate oil treatment is needed.

We use only premium quality teak…

Teak has quality unlike any other wood. Its ability to withstand the rigors of adverse climate, yet attractively, make it the ideal choice for outdoor furniture. We use only premium quality teak and precise mortise and tenon joinery in construction of our furniture.

We also incorporated into our designs the talents superbly skilled wood carvers. Our products seriously has gone thorough professional quality control, beginning from raw material, uniformity in shapes and size, spare parts from stainless material until the final product in the form of furniture with extraordinary and durability design.

This furniture is shipped both in knocked down and fixed form. It is also packed using corrugated paper and put inside carton boxes. Whereas the assembly is a simple procedure requiring about 15 minutes per piece.

Java Teakwood and Perum Perhutani

Teak, developed by the Dutch nearly two hundred years ago, and now is owned and managed by the Indonesian Government. Their department, Perum Perhutani is responsible for managing a strict policy regarding the size and quality of tress felled each year.

Perum Perhutani diligently has applied the policy of cutting and replanting that has been the basis of successfully teakwood cultivation in Java since the middle of the 19th century. As part of our commitment to protect the environment and which sustain the need of long term supply, we use teakwood which is legalized by Perum Perhutani (Indonesian Public Corporation Forestry).