Specialises in the importing and processing of high quality teak from South East Asia, especially for the marine industry.
Open to the public.
Andaman Teak Supplies have been associated with the teak industry for over 20 years. The company started importing and processing high quality teak from Myanmar to supply the Australian and New Zealand markets. As well as supplying the architectural industry here in Australia.
Equipped with the latest technology and equipment to process this specialist timber, the company now produces a final product that is unrivalled in quality and finish.
Andaman Teak Supplies Pty Ltd is passionate about teak in any form, including the following:
– quarter sawn teak
– back sawn teak
– boat decking
– wide margin boards
– rough sawn scantling
– furniture grade back sawn teak
– pre-made 2400 x 1200 decking sheets for boat builders (DIY)
Custom profiles can be manufactured to suit your requirements. For any decking job, house, commercial building or boat.
ALL PRODUCTS CAN BE PURCHASED BY THE SINGLE PIECE OR CUBIC METRE QUANTITIES
In addition to the above items, we also offer the full range of SIKA marine products. Our facility in Queensland, Australia, maintains a high level of stock and can easily manage requests for large quantities and special sizes. Andaman can deliver anywhere in Australia or overseas. We carry a large range of pre-cut teak products including the following boat decking.
STANDARD DECKING SIZES
– 45mm and 65mm wide x 9mm decking with or without rebates
– 45mm and 65mm wide x 12mm decking with or without rebates
– Quarter sawn margin boards up to 300mm wide
– rough sawn teak boards 25mm, 38mm, 50mm and 75mm thick from 50mm to 350mm wide in both quarter sawn or backsawn
Andaman Teak Supplies is Australia’s premium supplier of quality teak. We process this timber in our Coomera factory in South East Queensland.
We import flitches of teak which may come in sizes as large as 500mm x 200mm.
It is then sawn on our thin kerf band re-saw machines to achieve the desired size and grain.
After sawing, the timber goes through our drying process.
The teak is placed into one of our four operating kilns where the temperature is strictly controlled over a set period.
It is kiln dried to a maximum of 12% moisture content. Our largest kiln has a capacity to dry 60 cubic metres at a time.
Once the timber has been dried to our high standards it is selected as either quarter sawn for boat decking or backsawn for furniture/fit-out use.
Our modern facilities include the latest technology and equipment needed to provide our customers with the best service and material available.
Equipment includes, but is not limited to -pr2
– three kiln dryers of 20 cubic metres each
– one kiln dryer of 60 cubic metres
– docking saws
– thin kerf multi cut saw
– two SCM moulders
– jointing machines
– two band/re-saws able to cut up to 450mm depth
– thicknesser machine
– 1.3m wide belt sander – containing three belts
(enables fast and efficient sanding in one operation)
– CNC router
– huge racking facilityprocess
We boast the finest teak manufacturing facility in Australasia, supported by specialist staff with many combined years of expertise.