Sandwich panels are boards coated by peeled veneer made of birch. The core part is made of massive crossbars glued by width and length.
Basic components of their construction are: a) veneer sheets (exterior layers) = peeled or cut veneer; b) panel
core component (internal layer) = lamina from massive wood laid vertically or longitudinally to the direction of fibres of exterior veneer layers.
Depending of the number of layers, these panels may be three-layered and five-layered, with the latter being better in quality as they have an additional layer of veneer and as such they are more appreciated for wooden joinery.
Application: they are used in cases when high-quality materials resistant to bending and wearing are required, such as for ship-building, furniture industry, pharmacy shops, book shops, shopping markets. They are very practical, especially with thickness of 38 mm, and they are used for production of door frames, with easy processing, quick montage, and undoubted quality.
Standard formats: 2500x1220x18 mm, 2440x1220x18 mm