Our Materials

Particle board
Plywood
Particle board is made by compressing wood chips with glue. In flat-pressed particle board, the chips are mainly parallel to the surface. The chips in the surface layer are thinner than those in the middle layer, so the surface of the particle board is denser and more compact than the middle.
Our PB boards are origined from legal forests, and our vendor holds the harvest certification offered by our China government. By focusing on the higher end market furniture supply, we only use Eco-friendly PB boards, which ranks E1 and E0 grades.
In terms of its basic properties, particle board is comparable to wood. It also has the following benefits, owing to its method of manufacture:
no grain direction
particle board is homogeneous and has the same degree of strength in different directions.
the dynamics of the board in the direction of the plane surface is slight.
classy look
scratch resistance and durable
Plywood is made by glueing together thin sheets of wood veneer. The thickness of an individual sheet is 0.2 – 3.2 mm. The sheets are composed so that the directions of the grain of the superimposed sheets are usually perpendicular to each other. In birch plywood board, there is usually an odd number of sheers (at least three), so the direction of grain of the surface sheets is always the same. In conifer plywood sheets, the number may also be even. In glueing, weather-resistant phenolic resin adhesive is normally used. In terms of colour, it is considerably darker than veneering wood.
Same our plywood boards are also origined from legal forests, and our vendor holds the harvest certification offered by our China government. By focusing on the higher end market furniture supply, we only use Eco-friendly plywood boards, which ranks E1 and E0 grades.

In terms of its basic properties, plywood is comparable to wood. It also has the following benefits, owing to its method of manufacture:
strength, good at providing rigidity for structures
dense and shock-resistant
multi-purpose
Cold roll plate
Wood veneer

Our veneer furniture is constructed by gluing thin layers of wood veneers together with the grain at right layers over a thick core. With this crisscross design, the chances of splitting or cracking is reduced. The glue used in the process is the same strong, waterproof adhesive used in aircraft and marine construction, so the end result creates a product that is stronger than the natural wood.

High quality veneer furniture will have a solid core and the furniture’s legs, posts, doors or drawer fronts will be straight-grain solid wood. And it has below advantages-


Different sorts of nice color and design options

It’s environmentally kind

It creates new design possibilities

It’s cost-effective than real solid wood

Better, more finished surfaces with closer tolerances

Smooth surfaces that are often oily to the touch

Bars are true and square, and often have well-defined edges and corners

Tubes have better concentric uniformity and straightness


 Origined from Bao Steel and some other brands steel factories, our cold “rolled” steel is often used to describe a range of finishing processes, though technically “cold rolled” applies only to sheets that undergo compression between rollers. Steel forms that are pulled, such as bars or tubes, are “drawn,” not rolled. Other cold finishing processes include turning, grinding, and polishing—each of which is used to modify existing hot rolled stock into more refined products.

 

Cold rolled steel can often be identified by the following characteristics: