Raw materials complying with FSC are used in the production processThickness range 6-40 mm;
Height range 2,750 mm;
Formaldehyde emission class – Е1 (5.5 – 6 mg/100 g);
Density range 620-740 kg/m3;
Average density of 16 mm thick board is 650 kg/m3.
A wide range of colours from catalogues of famous brands Schattdekor and Interprint Samara is available, as well as various types of embossing: wood pores (SWOr), shagreen (PEr), smooth matte (SMr).
Sanded chipboards are laminated to produce furniture. Laminated boards have different colours and shades. The most common and widely used decor in furniture production is woodgrain.
Chipboard lamination means covering chipboards with paper-based films saturated with melamine resins. Under high temperature (up to 240 degrees) and pressure (up to 30 kg/sm2) the resin melts and squeezes out of the film. During this process the film is glued to the chipboard’s surface and the polymerized resin gives the surface the properties of thermosetting plastic, which is very resistant to mechanical and chemical impact.
Furniture from laminated chipboards is the best alternative to wooden furniture. Laminated chipboard is a high-quality material which complies with global safety standards and is used as the main material for furniture production.
To produce furniture, laminated chipboards are sliced according to necessary sizes after coating and their edges are finished. The edges are covered with a special brim, for instance, from melamine or PVC.
Emission class reflects the amount of free formaldehyde in 100 grams of absolutely dry board. Up to 10 mg of formaldehyde are referred to as “Е1”. From 10 to 30 mg – as “Е2”. All boards produced by JSC Rechitsadrev belong to class “Е1”.
Quality, environmental friendliness, decent appearance, durability, a wide choice of colours and reasonable prices – that is why laminated chipboards have become the main material for furniture production.