Triple-core poplar blockboard: bending strength and lightness

triple core poplar + HDF

triple core poplar blockboardWhen producing large-size sliding doors, dividers and partitioning, tables and bench tops, the risk of warping or bowing is very high.
The so-far unequalled solid wood solution, is triple-core poplar blockboard.
Triple-core blockboard is a special construction with 3-ply of cross-banded blockboard cores, overlaid by poplar veneer or thin HDF.… Read more...

Paricá plywood

parica plywood

Paricá plywood panels are produced with high-quality rotary-cut veneers of Schizolobium amazonicum, the most cultivated native forest species in Brasil: the raw material used by plywood industries are sustainable as they come from planted forests (reforestation), reducing the deforestation of native forests.
Forests planted with Paricá occupies a total of 90,000 ha, spread between the states of Pará, Maranhão and Tocantins.… Read more...

Double-core blockboard, the thick lumber core

lumber core double core

Double core blockboardDouble-core blockboard is a special kind of construction to produce thick lumber core panels, generally in the thicknesses between 34 mm and 60 mm.
This kind of panel has superior bending strength, lightness and screw-hold ability in comparison to any other kind of wood-based panel.
While the most common application is door frames, it’s suitable for the production of high-quality door, tables, and structural furniture components like shoulders.… Read more...

HDF with plywood or blockboard sandwich panels

HDF and plywood sandwich panel

mdf+blockboardProduction of high quality door profiles and door components can be obtained with a sandwich panel, combining 2 or 3 plies of high density fiberboard (HDF) and plywood or blockboard as the core material.

This kind of board can guarantee high stability and moisture resistance, high bending strength and light weight.… Read more...

Blockboard for door jambs, door frames, and architraves

Double core blockboard

Blockboard Door JambBlockboard – unlike MDF – is a high-quality product with a long-lasting quality effect, guaranteeing long-term stability and non-deformability.

Door jambs, door frames, and architraves are some of the most common applications for double-core blockboard.

The normal double-core composition is a 5-ply construction:
– about 2 mm veneer cross grain (poplar or fromager) (B)
– about 16,5 mm blockboard core long grain (spruce, pine or poplar) (A)
– about 3 mm veneer cross grain (poplar or fromager) (B)
– about 16,5 mm blockboard core long grain (spruce, pine or poplar) (A)
– about 2 mm veneer cross grain (poplar or fromager) (B)

Double core blockboard draw

This kind of board is ideal for producing veneered door jambs.… Read more...