Raw materials for the production of plywood are purchased exclusively from trusted manufacturers and producers,
is strictly selected in accordance with the technical requirements of GOST 9462-2016 and GOST 17743-2016 and
classified by grades before processing.
Hydrothermal treatment of wood
It is used in the plywood industry for treatment of logs before tinning by direct immersion in hot water to increase plastic properties of wood and create conditions for obtaining high-quality veneer.
Hydrothermal treatment of plywood raw material is carried out by soft modes at water temperature in the basin of 40÷45ºС.
Debarking of raw materials
Debarking is necessary to remove the bark from the wood, which may contain harmful substances, microorganisms and fungi. This improves the quality and safety of the finished product, increases its shelf life and resistance to external influences.
Cutting raw materials into logs
The cutting of raw material into logs is carried out to obtain billets of a certain length and diameter, which optimizes the processing and reduces waste. This also ensures even drying of the wood and improves the quality of the finished product.
It is the process of producing thin sheets of wood (veneer) by cutting them from a rotating log.
Necessary to reduce the moisture content of the material, which improves its properties such as strength, dimensional stability and durability. It also reduces the risk of warping and cracking of the veneer during further processing and use.
Repairing the veneer
It is carried out to remove defects and improve the quality of the material. This may include removing knots, stains, scratches or other damage, as well as filling holes and cracks with special compounds. The repaired veneer has high strength and durability, which ensures high quality finished products.
It is done to increase the density and strength of the material, as well as to improve its appearance. During pressing, the veneer is compressed between two heated plates to remove air bubbles and improve its texture. In addition, the pressed veneer has a higher resistance to moisture, temperature and mechanical stress, which increases its service life in finished products.
Trimming and sanding plywood
Plywood is trimmed and sanded in production to give it precise dimensions, shape and smooth surface. This improves the quality of the plywood, makes it more attractive and convenient for use in various industries such as furniture manufacturing, construction and others.
Laminating and painting the ends
Laminating and painting the ends of plywood is necessary to improve its appearance and protect it from external influences. Laminating gives the plywood additional strength and resistance to moisture, while painting the ends allows to hide small defects and make the plywood edges more aesthetically pleasing. This makes the plywood more attractive for use in the furniture industry and other industries where product appearance is important.
Storage of plywood is necessary to ensure the safety of the product and prevent its damage. Plywood is stored in special warehouses where optimal temperature and humidity are maintained to prevent its deformation and cracking. In addition, warehousing allows organizing convenient storage and transportation of products, as well as providing access to the necessary stock at any time.
Packaging and labeling of plywood
It is necessary to protect products from damage during transportation and to ensure easy identification. Plywood is packed in heavy paper or special film, which protects it from moisture, dust and mechanical influences. Labeling contains information about the manufacturer, type of plywood, its dimensions, thickness and other parameters necessary for the selection and use of products.