100% Neem Plywood manufacturer in Bangalore
The neem tree produces the wood used to make neem plywood, a type of plywood. It is a popular choice for furniture and construction due to its durability and resistance to termites and other pests.
1. Durability: Neem plywood exhibits durability and strength. It is resistant to warping and cracking, making it an ideal choice for furniture and construction projects that require a strong and stable material.
2. Resistance to pests: Neem plywood is naturally resistant to termites and other pests. This makes it a great choice for outdoor projects or for areas where pests are a concern.
3. Eco-friendly: The neem tree, a fast-growing and sustainable resource, produces the wood used to make neem plywood. This makes it an eco-friendly choice for those who are concerned about the environment.
4. Versatility: This plywood offers versatility for furniture, flooring, and construction projects. You can easily work with it, cut it, and shape it to fit your needs.
5. Cost-effective: Neem plywood’s durability and resistance make it a cost-effective choice in the long run, despite being slightly more expensive than other types of plywood.
In conclusion, neem plywood is a great choice for those who are looking for a durable, eco-friendly, and cost-effective material for their next project. Its resistance to pests and versatility make it a popular choice for furniture and construction projects. Consider using neem plywood for your next project and enjoy the benefits of this amazing material.
Neem Plywood by House Of Doors
House of Doors also manufactures Neem Plywood in Bangalore.
We have been manufacturing neem plywood in Bangalore since 1992 and been a trading house for majority OEM Segments, Interior decorators, Architects and other Customers.
The House of Doors brand makes plywood with 100% neem wood, giving it the highest durability compared to any other plywood in the market. And therefore we proudly provide 15 Years of warranty for our neem plywood MR Grade.
Our chemically treated plywood, made with 100% seasoned wood, provides 100% termite and borer-free protection. It finds use in various applications such as furniture, thanks to its durability and strength.
Various thickness available with us are 18 mm, 16 mm, 12 mm, 9 mm and 6 mm.
How do we check the quality of plywood?
And which plywood is good to use for home furniture or office?
These questions always comes in mind when people buy plywood.
We suggest looking for these quality checks while buying plywood.
1) Shouldn’t have too many core gaps (small gaps in between layers of core)- Look for these in the side profile along the length & breadth of a panel. It should look in straight line without gaps. Some amount of pin hole gaps (2mm – 3mm) are allowed but too many of those should serve as a warning sign.
2) Shouldn’t have too much overlapping of these layers of plies while composing. The lines of different layers on the side profile of plywood should be running straight. If they overlap each other too much, its not good.
Cautionary Note – Both Core gaps and overlapping are unavoidable effects in a plywood which is a highly manual labor oriented product. No two panels of plywood are ever alike. And no matter which machinery anyone uses, there will always be a couple of sheets in the lot which just don’t fit the bill but this kind of occurrence should be less than 2-3%. Therefore look for the overall consistency in quality.
3) Nail Holding Capacity – The strength of a plywood panel is predicated on its capacity to hold a nail while being used in furniture. Before buying a ply, ask your dealer to hammer in a nail (1.5 inch #14) into the side profile of a plywood sheet. If the layers split on nailing, the bonding isn’t strong enough and will not work for furniture work.
4) Use MR grade (moisture resistant) for indoor furniture that won’t be exposed to water, and use BWP (boiling water proof) for others, according to the purpose you need it for. You can test a BWP Ply for its waterproof characteristic by taking a cut sample and boiling it in a pressure cooker for 7 whistles. The layers of the ply shouldn’t delaminate in a genuine BWP grade ply. If it splits, its probably not a waterproof grade.
5) Prefer Neem/Eucalyptus core plywood over rubber wood as its higher in density as well as strength. There is a myth that Gurjan is the best timber to be used in Plywood. Its not when you take into consideration the huge price difference and whether it justifies the almost negligible density difference it has over Neem/Eucalyptus. It has the same performance specifications as Neem/Eucalyptus but costs a hell lot more! Neem/Eucalyptus gets the job done and serves the purpose your ply is intended to do for a lifetime. So instead of buying really expensive Burmese Gurjan( Imported from Burma), go for Neem/Eucalyptus core.
6) Measure the four edges of the ply to understand if any variation in thickness is present. This anomaly makes the finished product shoddy with the craftsman having to either buffer the ply or shave of the excess at other places.
7) Move your hand slowly over the flat surface of the plywood and feel for any undulation on the surface. This undulation will again give a ugly finish to the surface after you have polished, laminated or painted the product. Uneven surface is also a sign of improper production techniques and lower tensile strength.
8) Big brands such as G***n ply or C****y ply and their latest stunts like Eco plywood or XYZ plywood is in no way a guarantee for the quality behind it. These guys started up selling really good quality ply in their earlier years but as their brand reputation built up, they substituted to outsourcing their ply in favor of volumes against quality. This essentially meant that they do not have quality control over it anymore. So check for the constituent of a plywood like the species(Neem/Eucalyptus/Gurjan/ETC.) used in making the plywood before purchasing branded plywood.
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