Walnut, oak, Poplar, Pine, , Ash, etc.
Poplar, Birch, Eucalyptus, Hardwood, mixed core., etc.
BB/CC,BB/BB,C/D,E/F,AAA,AA,A,A/B,DBB/CC or as your requests
|Glue: ||E0/ E1/ E2 |
|Thickness: ||3.6MM,9MM,12MM,15MM |
|Specifications: ||2440*1220MM |
|Loading: ||20’GP: 8pallets/21cbm |
|40’GP: 16pallets/42cbm |
|40’HQ: 18pallets/48cbm |
|Density: ||530-680kg/cbm |
|Moisture content: ||<=14% |
|Thickness tolerance: ||From +/-0.3mm to +/-0.5mm |
|Veneer Thickness: ||0.17MM-0.35MM |
|Static Bonding Strength: ||>=30Mpa |
|Surface Bonding Strength: ||>=1.60Mpa |
|Intenal Bonding Strength: ||>=0.90Mpa |
|Screw Holding Ability: ||Face>=1900N, Back>=1200N |
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