Doors

Door

Door:  PVC, Flush, Melamine, HDF Molded, Veneer Skin, Accessories
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Flush
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Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a thermoplastic polymer. It is a vinyl polymer constructed of repeating vinyl groups (ethenyls).Polyvinyl chloride is the third most widely produced plastic, after polyethylene and polypropylene.PVC is widely used in construction because it is cheap, durable, and easily worked.

Flush doors are simple interior and exterior doors that feature plain facings on both sides of the construction. While the flush door is more closely associated with function rather than style, this plain sort of door lends itself well to a number of room designs where the desire is to highlight other elements in the space. Doors of this type may have a solid or hollow core.The typical flush door is manufactured by using two sections of plywood that are attached to each side of a frame.While the interior of the door is hollow, it is not unusual for some sort of support to be built into the frame, such as a honeycomb support system. The plywood can be finished to accentuate the wood grain or covered with paint.
 
Melamine

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Melamine is a coating for furniture board panels and doors in carcases. Its unique white-in-color chemical formulation helps prevent damage by chemicals and gives it impact resistance comparable to High Pressure Laminates or HPL that are made from resin and paper components under high pressure. Melamine coated boards are widely available in home centers for purposes such as shelving and doors.  
HDF

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High Density Fibreboard (HDF)Molded Door is has a variety of applications and comes in a variety of patterns. The doors can be molded or engraved in the desired pattern.
 
Veneer
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Veneer is used to create furniture, flooring, and doors. A veneer is a sheet of wood, as thin as 1/40th of an inch (0.635 mm), which is often bonded to plywood or other inexpensive wood cores. It is often made from species such as cherry, oak, maple and birch, as well as rare and exotic species such as Brazilian rosewood and eucalyptus. By using veneers, one can enjoy the look without the high cost of solid wood. The use of veneer also helps to preserve natural resources.

 

 

Accessories

Frame

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Hinge

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Lock

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Filling

Honeycomb paper

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HDF

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MDF Strip

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Honeycomb Paper is a building and packing material. One of the most common applications is using it as filling for residential doors. The enforced paper is made into honeycomb shapes (hexagon tubes). It costs substantially less to manufacture.
High-Density Fiberboard (HDF) or Hardboard, are an engineered wood product formed by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibres, often in a defibrator, combining it with wax and a resin binder, and forming strips or planks by applying high temperature and pressure. MDF is denser than plywood and is stronger and much more dense than normal particle board.
Medium-Density Fibreboard (MDF) strips has a variety of applications including furniture, audio box, flooring, wallboard, and indoor decoration.  Additionally, MDF can be used for concrete mould, heat resistance board, and non-load-bearing partition walls. It is an economical alternative to natural wood. 
MDF SolidNO IMAGE Particle Board (Solid)

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Particle Board (Hollow)

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Medium-Density Fibreboard (MDF) is an engineered wood product formed by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibres, often in a defibrator, combining it with wax and a resin binder, and forming panels by applying high temperature and pressure. MDF is denser than plywood and is stronger and much more dense than normal particle board.
Particle board or Chipboard is an engineered wood product manufactured from wood particles, such as wood chips, sawmill shavings, or even saw dust, and a synthetic resin or other suitable binder, which is pressed and extruded. Particleboard is a composite material and is cheaper, denser and more uniform than conventional wood and plywood.
Hollow Particle Board or Tubular Board is made of the same material as particle board, however, the thickness is 33mm, and the core is hollowed out with a tubular hole. Usually, the diameter is 25mm and the distance between the two round tubes is 4mm as well as the distance from the edge of the tube to the surface of the board is 4mm. The weight is light and half of the traditional particle board.