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BLOCKBOARD

BLOCKBOARD

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BLOCKBOARD

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Description:

Blockboard has the general plywood appearance with solid blocks of wood at its core. There are 2 layers of plywood veneers on both its front and back. It is lighter in weight and lesser tendency to sag or bend. Blockboard is also cost less than good quality solid wood and have better performances than particle board and even MDF. Block boards are mainly used to make kitchen cabinet doors, wardrobe doors, DB doors etc. This is due to its non warp characteristics hence its ability to hold up as doors.

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Wood Species
Face : hardwood or light wood
Back : hardwood or light wood
Bare Core : facalta
Density :
350 - 380 g/m3
Glue:
Moisture Resistance ( E2), E1, E0/Carb P2; comply to standard of European or Jas
Sanding:
S1S/ S2S/ G2S
Bacrecore grade:
A, AB, B, BC
Construction requirement:
OPC / SCAFFJOINT/ BUTT JOINT
Thickness:
2.5mm - 25mm
Size:
4 by 8, 3 by 6, 3 by 7
Grade:
OVL, BBCC, UTYBTR, UTY (TECHNICAL DATA SHEET)
Properties:
Green, Strong
Others:
Falcatta solid wood core, bat jointed, PVC glued, 10.2mm and 13.2mm in thickness.
Falcatta veneer short core, 2 piles of 2.2mm in thickness.
MLH/ falcatta hardwood face and back, 0.5mm in thickness.
Total 5 ply.
Recommended for:
Kitchen Cabinet Doors, Wardrobe Doors, Db Doors , Furnitures, Lamination

BLOCKBOARD

Blockboard has the general plywood appearance with solid blocks of wood at its core. There are 2 layers of plywood veneers on both its front and back. It is lighter in weight and lesser tendency to sag or bend. Blockboard is also cost less than good quality solid wood and have better performances than particle board and even MDF. Block boards are mainly used to make kitchen cabinet doors, wardrobe doors, DB doors etc. This is due to its non warp characteristics hence its ability to hold up as doors.

Description:

Blockboard has the general plywood appearance with solid blocks of wood at its core. There are 2 layers of plywood veneers on both its front and back. It is lighter in weight and lesser tendency to sag or bend. Blockboard is also cost less than good quality solid wood and have better performances than particle board and even MDF. Block boards are mainly used to make kitchen cabinet doors, wardrobe doors, DB doors etc. This is due to its non warp characteristics hence its ability to hold up as doors.

Product Spec Sheet:

Download Here

Awards / Accolades / Accreditations:

More Infomation:

Wood Species
Face : hardwood or light wood
Back : hardwood or light wood
Bare Core : facalta
Density :
350 - 380 g/m3
Glue:
Moisture Resistance ( E2), E1, E0/Carb P2; comply to standard of European or Jas
Sanding:
S1S/ S2S/ G2S
Bacrecore grade:
A, AB, B, BC
Construction requirement:
OPC / SCAFFJOINT/ BUTT JOINT
Thickness:
2.5mm - 25mm
Size:
4 by 8, 3 by 6, 3 by 7
Grade:
OVL, BBCC, UTYBTR, UTY (TECHNICAL DATA SHEET)
Properties:
Green, Strong
Others:
Falcatta solid wood core, bat jointed, PVC glued, 10.2mm and 13.2mm in thickness.
Falcatta veneer short core, 2 piles of 2.2mm in thickness.
MLH/ falcatta hardwood face and back, 0.5mm in thickness.
Total 5 ply.
Recommended for:
Kitchen Cabinet Doors, Wardrobe Doors, Db Doors , Furnitures, Lamination

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