Veneer in rolls
Thick veneer rolls are constructed using several veneer layers of standard thickness (0,5 mm) pressed together to form a sandwich to the desired thickness.
The purpose of using thick edges in the manufacturing of furniture is to achieve a higher degree of quality during trimming process, adding beauty and sturdiness to the final product.
Thick edges in rolls are the perfect substitute of solid veneer strips offering the following advantages over them:
To produce thick edges, veneers are previously selected (quality choice and colour coordination).
If the veneer is not perfectly flat, it’s pressed before being turned into edges. Reducing veneer buckles avoids edge banding application failures, thus eliminating the risk of production interruptions.
All single layers are bonded together using PVA glues. These glues boost flexibility and are resistant to humidity.
The edge banding manufacturing process ends up by saw slicing the jumbo rolls, to ensure clean cut and to avoid splintering.
The roughened backside of our thick edges (40 grit) ensures a strong bonding surface.
Possible widths range from 14 mm to 250 mm.
|Cantisa S.A. is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified since 2011 , what means that our product comes from responsible sources — environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable.|
|Our products are certified by Aidima (external organization).|