What Are The Furniture Panels? Which Board Is The Best For Furniture
There are many various types of boards that can be used for furniture in today’s decoration, each with its own set of features. So, do you know what kinds of furniture panels there are? Which type of board is best for furniture?
Here’s a more in-depth look at the many varieties of furniture panels.
Furniture panels, wood board
The block board, also known as the big core board, is made of wood. The block board combines the finger joint board and multi-layer board manufacturing processes. The upper and bottom thin solid wood veneers press the solid wood splicing board core through the cold and hot press. It’s created after glueing. The centre splicing board core is spliced by short solid wood slats that have been processed to a specified specification to produce the board with a certain thickness and strength. The upper and lower middle boards of the woodworking board provide sufficient lateral strength and stability. The board’s beauty is improved by the outermost surface plate.
The environmental protection coefficient of higher-quality wood board may be ensured, but the cost is also higher. When combined with other processes, such as later painting, it will make an environmentally favourable product less environmentally friendly. Under typical conditions, the wood-board furniture room should be more aired, and it is best to leave it vacant for a few months before moving in.
Furniture board, particle board
Particle board, often known as particle board, is a type of man-made board consisting of wood or other lignocellulosic materials that has been crushed at a specific temperature and pressure using adhesive. There are two types of particle boards: homogeneous particle boards and three-layer particle boards. The three-layer particle board is composed of larger particles in the centre and small particles on either side. Homogenization refers to the particles being the same size. The addition of a specified “moisture-proof factor” or “moisture-proof agent” and other raw materials inside the particle board results in what is commonly referred to as a moisture-proof board.
Particle board is a good material for furniture production in other countries, but because the national standard for particle board is several times lower than the international standard, and there are frequent reports of formaldehyde levels exceeding the standard, people have a negative impression of this type of board. Putting a green dye inside the particle board creates what the market refers to as green-based particle board. Many producers misrepresent it as a green board, but there is no scientific basis for this. In truth, the majority of top-brand particleboards in the United States and overseas are made from natural base materials.
Furniture board made with solid wood finger joints
Finger joint board made of solid wood
The top and bottom are not sandwiched in solid wood finger-joined board, also known as integrated board, glulam, and finger-joined timber. Because the saw-toothed interface utilised between the boards is comparable to the cross butting of two hands’ fingers, it is referred to as a finger joint board. Because the finger joint board has few splicing points, the glue employed by Gu Qi is exceedingly small, characterised by good environmental performance, and can essentially attain the environmental protection E0 level.
The finger joint board displays the wood colour as well as the splicing traces of various splicing slats. There are also two types of finger joints: knotted and non-knotted. The knotted ones have scarred eyes, whereas the non-knotted ones do not, which is more attractive. Some installers utilise the fingerboard directly to construct furniture, and the surface is not required to be affixed to the furniture panels. He is fashionable and frugal. The finger-joined board is prone to cracking and distortion. When buying a finger-joined board, make sure the spliced slats are not too thin or too narrow, as this can influence the structural strength of the board.
Environmental board, furniture board
Ecological board is a novel new sort of wooden ornamental board in my country. It is based on the manufacturing technique of impregnated adhesive paper veneer wood-based panel. It designed and manufactured furniture panels and blockboard as the substrate and impregnated adhesive film paper as the veneer after years of improvement and innovation. A material kind.
After all, the ecological board is new, and there are currently no industry-related norms or specifications. There are two types of ecological boards: narrow sense and broad sense. In a broad sense, ecological board is equal to melamine veneer.
Solid wood multilayer board
The base material of the solid wood multilayer board is multi-layer plywood arranged in a crisscross pattern, and the fabric is high-quality solid wood veneer or technical wood. It is made by a number of procedures, including cold pressing, hot pressing, sanding, and curing.
Because the solid wood multilayer board is not easily deformed and has a great performance of good indoor temperature and humidity adjustment, the surface layer of the solid wood veneer material has a natural and real wood texture and feel, which increases selectivity. As a result, it is extremely popular among consumers.
The multilayer solid wood board has outstanding structural integrity and is not easily deformed. The deformation faults of the solid wood board are solved from internal tension due to vertical and horizontal glueing, high temperature, and high pressure. The self-made high-quality environmentally friendly glue is used in the manufacturing process to ensure that the product’s formaldehyde emission limit meets the national standard criteria, and it is green and environmentally friendly.
Solid wood board
Solid wood panels, as the name implies, are wood panels constructed of whole wood. These boards are the finest choice for decoration because they are durable and have natural textures. However, because of the high cost of such furniture panels as well as the high requirements for building technology, they are not widely employed in decoration. There is no universal standard specification for solid wood boards, hence they are normally classed according to their actual name.
MDF and particle board.
Density board, also known as fiberboard, is a type of board constructed of wood fibre or other plant fibre as the raw material and coated with urea-formaldehyde resin or adhesive. It is classified into three types based on its density: high density board, medium density board, and low density board. Because the density board’s wood fibre particles are smaller than those of particle board, more glue is required, and the environmental protection performance is poor. The furniture is made of medium density MDF.
MDF has a level and high surface, fine substance that is easy to grind and etch, and weak moisture resistance. MDF’s nail holding force is lower than that of particle board. Tightening the screws causes them to loosen. It is tough to repair due to the low strength of MDF.
Furniture board, fireproof board
Fireproof board is a decorative board created by autoclave technology from silicon or calcium materials as the major raw materials, blended with a specified amount of fibre materials, lightweight aggregates, adhesives, and chemical additives. It is a new sort of material that is becoming increasingly popular, and its application is not limited to fire protection. Fireproof board construction has greater criteria for pasting glue, and higher grade fireproof board is more expensive than furniture panels. The fireproof board is typically 0.8mm, 1mm, or 1.2mm thick.
Paint-free board is another name for melamine board. The manufacturing procedure involves soaking different colours or textures of paper in melamine resin glue, allowing it to cure, then paving it on the surface of particleboard, medium-density fiberboard, blockboard, or hard fiberboard and heating it. Decorative board that has been pressed.
Furniture board, painted board
The baking varnish board is manufactured with density board as the basis material, and the surface is polished, primed, dried, and polished six to nine times at a high temperature. It is mostly utilised for cabinets, doors, and other similar applications. The lacquered board is incredibly fashionable and appealing, with vivid colours, high sheen, a powerful mirror effect, and a great visual impact.
The lacquered board’s surface is spray-painted, and it is extremely sensitive to bumps and scratches. Once broken, it is difficult to repair and must be replaced in its whole. In a kitchen with a lot of oily fumes, the paint board is prone to colour variation and appearing old. Furthermore, the baking varnish board has high processing requirements and a high scrap rate, thus the market price is substantially higher than that of other boards.