How to produce parquet
Clearly realizing that natural parquet is continuous benefits, not everyone knows what stages the material goes through before it is ready. What is the production of parquet, what equipment is used for this and how much does the production of parquet board differ from the technology of manufacturing piece material? About this below. Both parquet and floorboard are produced in several stages. The first is manufacturing, the second is quality control. In the process of control, a visual inspection of the material is made; in addition, special devices are used.
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As the manufacture of parquet, and more budget options - floorboard involves the use of natural wood. Traditionally this is:
  • oak - from light brown to dark color;
  • walnut - characterized by a characteristic reddish tinge;
  • ash - with a thin textured pattern;
  • beech - with a light texture, golden color.
Of the exotic breeds most frequently used:
  • olive;
  • merbau;
  • chocolate tree.
The peculiarity of exotic wood is improved performance. Many breeds cope better with temperature jumps, more resistant to moisture.

A mosaic divides the palm with parquet, followed by a panel board and a parquet board. The traditional dimensions of the material: thickness - from 1.5 to 2.2 cm, length - from 9.5 to 50 cm, width - from 3 to 15 cm.
Stages of production
  • Creating a facial layer.
  • Device substrate.
  • Connect all layers.
At the initial stage, using a sawing machine, boards of valuable wood are sawn into the lamellas of the necessary parameters. Next, they are processed using a milling machine, seeking to obtain products of regular geometric shapes. The lamels are smeared with glue compositions, obtaining a face layer, after which, depending on the desired result, heat treatment, bleaching or planing are carried out.

To create a substrate, a cut board made of inexpensive wood, often coniferous, is sawn. The third layer - a canvas of conifer veneer is designed to stabilize the structure. Finished boards are treated using a milling machine, getting products with the correct geometric proportions and a clean surface.

The final stage is the fixation of the layers of the board, when the front part is glued to the other two. The second layer is equipped with a spike-groove locking connection or a swing-angle lock. The second and third parts of the board are glued in such a way that the fibers form mutually perpendicular planes. This method of connection increases the strength characteristics of the product, including in conditions of sharp temperature fluctuations and changes in humidity.