Plywood sheets comprising birch veneers throughout which produces the most versatile of products. Suitable for applications; general construction, defined engineered structures, decorative panelling/furniture etc.
Birch as a species is pale or yellow coloured and very dense with short wood fibres. Its distribution is continuous throughout Europe and towards the far east of Russia. Common birch is a medium-sized, deciduous tree that colonises open areas quickly through the use of its abundantly produced seeds. It is most abundant in Northern Europe.
MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) is a very smooth, high quality board with an equal density across all of the panel with no ‘natural defects’ such as knots as seen in other panel products.
As a panel, its biggest strengths are that it is very easy to machine and easy to laminate or veneer onto. As a result of this, MDF has often replaced solid timber in a lot of construction and furniture-based applications.
High Density Fibreboard is produced in a similar fashion but contains more wood fibre per cubic metre. It is often used as a core component in laminate flooring and is commonly associated with the thinner thicknesses.
Clarity Charcoal Clarity composite decking offers the attractive look of clean lines and dark tones and retains a timeless modern look year after year. Made up from 55% reclaimed wood fibres and 45% recycled HDPE, the material creates a natural wood look and feel that will not splinter or split making Clarity the perfect surface for bare feet and children