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The best tree to be used for the production of the door frame is the one produced from spruce timber. The high humidity in pine and spruce makes the slats and doors stronger.
It is used in many areas such as laminated laminated beams, furniture, doors, wooden solid panels (finger joint material), gazebos, pergule, children's toys, Montessori children's beds.
Channels are opened so that the air that is formed during the pressing and expands in the temperature above the door stile does not adversely affect the quality of the press. With the help of these channels, the heated air is thrown over the door frame and is very effective in providing a smooth pressing and bonding surface. Generally, a 5x5 mm air channel is opened.
The door consists of a spade, honeycomb and panel. But the most important task belongs to the wooden part, namely the wooden serene. Spares to be used in door construction are framed. The door core is placed inside the frame made of serene as a filling material and the door panel is pressed on both sides with the adhesive base and the door leaf is formed. Accordingly, the importance of the door frame is very important.
The wood frame part inside the panel doors is the door stile. The door frame is made by putting a paper honeycomb in the form of a bee honeycomb inside by joining the stiles at their corners.
It is the stamping of IPPC (International Plant Protection Convention) on the timber after heat treatment.
(International Standard for Phytosanitary Measures) Explains the Phytosanitary measures to be taken to reduce the risk of contamination and spread of pests related to wooden packaging materials used in international trade. It is the process of keeping the wood free from harmful insects and larvae.
The type of tree, the region where it grows, the growth, the year of growth, the way of cutting, the baking, the storage conditions after firing, the classification of the timber and the price are the factors that make the timber quality.
It is lumber that is planed on 4 sides after firing.
It is the share of the saw added to the paint when the thickness x width x height of the timber is measured.
The thickness x width x height measured on the timber is the net measure.
It is called finished timber, which is formed after the log is cut in the desired dimensions and made into 4 corners, that is, after processing.
It is a pallet type with two-sided forklift entry that supports the product from the bottom up to the point where the materials will be stacked and shipped. Its standard size is 800*1200 mm.
Wood can regrow and regenerate in a relatively short time, between 25 and 80 years. The raw materials of brick, concrete and steel can only be renewed after a geological time has passed.
The character of wood varies according to age, environmental factors, how it is looked after and preference for use. The qualities of minerals in the ground do not change significantly for "human" time.
In short, wood is a renewable, recyclable, environmentally friendly and aesthetically unique raw material. Using products made from wood that has been consciously harvested and replaced with young trees is doing the world a favor.
Wooden packaging is the most up-to-date and leading type of product packaging from the past to the present. It is still used extensively today. In addition to the traditional properties of materials made of wood such as flexible, durable, partial or complete repair, and rapid dissolution of residues in nature, are important advantages. wooden packaging; It covers many products such as all kinds of wooden pallets, wooden crates (crates), OSB Crates and crates, plywood crates and usual crates.
In the increasing export volume of Turkey since the 80s, the 90s and 2000s, primarily in some sectors, have witnessed a diversified increase in exports in many sectors. In order to sell products to the world, it is imperative that your product reaches customers in good quality and sound. Companies that understand this situation very well, in order to protect their products from external effects such as impacts, vibrations and humidity, in order to ensure that they are fixed in containers and filled completely in volume, wooden packaging (wooden crates, wooden crates, use wooden pallets).
In the production of Wooden Packaging, the needs of each customer may be different. The important thing is to fully understand the customer's needs. For this reason, in order to make the most suitable wooden packaging for each product, it is necessary to take the detail measurements by working on the product. In addition, it is necessary to develop an effective wooden packaging, taking into account additional wooden profiles, wooden wedges and wooden poles for fixing. The types of boxes such as closed wooden crate, OSB closed crate, grid (lattice) crate, crate with crane apparatus are mutually decided and production is started in a way that will meet the needs of the customer in the fastest way and most appropriate in terms of cost.
The hygiene of wooden packaging is also better than plastic crates. The number of bacteria accumulated in a unit area is much less than the equivalent plastic pallets and plastic crates. Today's epidemic COVID19 virus is known to live for a shorter time on wood than plastic and metal crates.
It is more preferred than other packaging types in terms of production speed and price.
- Wood is a natural raw material.
- It is an economical building material in terms of strength / weight ratio.
- It is fast in production speed.
- It is more suitable in price than other packaging types.
- Stackable properties are good.
Wood is an organic-based building material with a fibrous, heterogeneous and anisotropic texture obtained from wood, which is a living organism. Wood is one of the oldest building materials. Mankind has been using wood for shelter and protection since ancient times. Today, the decrease in forests for various reasons, the inability to grow a new one or the late growth has increased the value of wood. Wooden; It is used as a carrier and decorative material in roof elements, joinery and covering material, formwork and scaffolding. In addition, there are artificial building materials such as chipboard, MDF and plywood, which are also produced from chips, sawdust and dust, which are the wastes of wood today. If the wood is cut to standard dimensions, it is called timber.