Angongui is a homogenous wood with a grey-pink tint. This wood is also known as Onzabili and has a coarse and felt-like structure.
|Botanical name:||Antrocaryon klaineanum|
|Overall character:||This simple and soft wood has good strength properties. However, it is not resistant to weather or insects.|
|Color and structure:||The heartwood and sapwood are only vaguely separated from each other. Both have a greyish-pink to bright red color.|
|Characteristics/features:||Angongui is easily processable using tools of all kinds. It has proven itself to be a very elastic peeled veneer, and plywood panels made of this material have great staying power.|
|Areas of use:||Being a peeled veneer similar to Okoume, Angongui is not a particularly decorative, plain wood. Therefore, the areas of use are found where a moderately strained construction wood is needed for interior use.|