The Timber Museum has shows of the best-known and most normal business woods. One hundred and twenty six industrially essential species showed along the dividers of the exhibition hall give the guests a thought on the attributes of these woods. The lower parts of the boards have been left in the characteristic state, while the upper half are oiled with the linseed oil to upgrade the highlights of the timber. Hanging over the boards are photos of the trees whose boards are shown alongside little maps demonstrating their dissemination in India.
The straightforward photomicrographs in a different case demonstrate the structure of regular Indian Woods as observed under a magnifying lens. One cubic feet of green wood test contains around 16 liters of water and it requires flavoring. In the wake of flavoring a lot of water 2.7 liters still stays in the wood. On the off chance that wood isn't prepared, deserts like distorting, splitting and contorting happen. Various models speaking to ious strategies for air flavoring, steam flavoring and sun based furnace flavoring are in plain view.