|JOINTING||bookmatched or random-matched
(depends on the references)
|FINISHES||veneer pre-sanded on its surface|
305 x 127 cm (4’ x 10’) • 252 x 127 cm (4’ x 8’)
215 x 95 cm • 215 x 127 cm 305 x 95 cm • 252 x 95 cm • 305 x 127 cm
|THICKNESS||0,8 mm (0.03’’)|
|BENDING||cold bending up to a 10 cm radius parallel to the wood grain or 12 cm radius perpendicular to the wood grain|
The panels are fabricated and glued in the same manner and on the same substrates as conventional laminates. In addition, we would like to add the following comments:
Handle carefully, the wood veneer may split, if handled incorrectly.
When using 0.8 mm thick panels, it is imperative to bond a perfectly flat substrate.
Hot press bonding:Do not exceed 70°C.
We strongly advise against using conventional type laminates for this purpose, the two materials being subject to differing expansion coefficients . For instance, doors may be backed both sides with Brut d’Ober sheets of same thickness and same surface finish. This is the same case when using thin substrates and/or in big dimensions.
Wall panelling, on the contrary, allows backing with Brut d’Ober one side only, provided the sheets is rigidly held in place by a securing system or reinforcement, while the back side is protected from humidity and covered with a vapour-resistant coat of paint, lacquer or varnish.
Cleaning off glue deposits
Proceed as for a solid wood surface.
Panels supplied pre-sanded, needing slight additional sanding by the fabricator for a professional result.
Our technical department is at your disposal to help and advise in each particular case. The information offered in such cases, as well as that contained herein, is given to the user in good faith and to the best of our knowledge. However, the only criteria we take into account and guarantee is the intrinsic quality of our products.