Suar is a fast growing species which can reach very spectacular size in a few decades and is not listed in the cites appendices or on the IUCN red List of threatened species.
Moderately heavy but extremely strong, suar is highly resistant to decay and dry-wood termites when processed properly. Its hardness and striking wood grains, similar to those of walnut, makes suar a great choice for outstanding conference and dining tables tops.
Also known as acacia in thailand, Raintree. Monkeypod in the US) – Kaiu Trembesi, Kaiu Kas or Kaiu Mae in Indonesia) suar originates from South America.
It can reach 25 meters in height with wide-reaching crowns and has spreaded all over the tropical area: It epitomizes the munificence of tropical forest.