Mexican Katalox WoodScents
I have worked Mexican Katalox in the past for stems and such and when I contacted my dealer this last time to grab more Granadillo he told me he had this species in large enough blocks to make a WoodScents, it was so on and had him send me several pieces.
As you can see in the pic, they are all about 80/20 sapwood/heartwood. The heartwood has a dark chocolate tone and meets a white creamy sapwood, both are very dense with heavy curling figure. This species is heavy and like most Mexican hardwood has some weight. You will notice there are some worm holes, its wild to think why a worm would spend his time chewing and eating his way through such a tough wood. I like the small holes and feel they give each piece a little more character than a piece without. They will in no way affect how the WoodScents operates.
WoodScents is the only unit that gives you desktop powerhouse performance and portability with DynaVap components out of the box! Also, WoodScents is the most advanced Log on the market and the only unit that utilizes Titanium Medical Grade 2 materials to create the cleanest healthiest air path ever offered.
Each Package will have the Exclusive DynaVap Cap that when used over the WoodScents Stem allows you to go out and about using a flame-based heat source. The power of a desktop paired with portability, doesn’t get any better that!
Also, each WoodScents package will be shipped with insurance to protect your purchase from site to delivery automatically!
Be advised, as with all my work its natural as Mother Nature intended. There may be voids, worm holes, live edges and raw features. Each piece is unique and no two are the same. The piece you receive most likely will not be the same as what is pictured but will be a beautifully unique handcrafted unit.
Be advised any WoodScents unit purchased on or after October 10th, 2019 will have upgraded heater core.
Had a great guy over to help with ideas for the shop, site, and such and one of his was to put together a wood species weight and density chart. Felt it would be a great idea for all to know where their unit stands and what to look for in another.