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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RUBBERWOOD.

Usually found in rubber plantations, Pará rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis) are the source of rubberwood, a medium-density, light-colored tropical hardwood.Rubberwood is often promoted as “environmentally friendly” wood because it comes from plantation trees that have already served a beneficial purpose. ALTERNATIVE NAMES In addition to plantation hardwood, rubberwood is also referred to as “Hevea” after […]

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WHAT IS MDF BOARD IT’S USES AND WHAT IT IS MADE OF

Medium-density fiberboard, plywood, particleboard, strand board, and other engineered wood products are available on the market and are used to make furniture and other objects. Here, we will talk about MDF, or medium-density fiberboard. First and foremost, what exactly is it? medium density fiberboard, is a type of flat panel made by pressing organic timber

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WOOD PLASTIC COMPOSITE (WPC) BOARD

WOOD PLASTIC COMPOSITE(WPC) BOARD, is a ground-breaking substance that will completely alter the way building is done. WPC is made up of additive-chemicals (15%), wood powder (15%), and virgin polymer (70%). It offers high levels of affordability while providing quality, sturdiness, and sustainability, especially when used in productive work contents. WPC is a new material

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WHAT ARE PARTICLE BOARDS?&TYPES OF PARTICLE BOARD

Furniture and other wooden items for use inside and outside are made from a variety of engineered wood products. One of the numerous engineered wooden products is particleboard. It is also referred to as chipboard or low-density fiberboard. When wood chips, sawdust, or sawmill shavings are combined with a synthetic resin or another binder, the

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ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PLYWOOD..

Thin strips of veneer, also known as plies, are used to create plywood, an engineered wood product. A cross-grain pattern is created by adhering the sheets at alternating right angles. The board’s cross-shaped design gives it more stability and strength. By doing this, you can lessen the likelihood that your furniture will shrink or warp

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