There are many details that need to be paid attention to when using hotel furniture. It must reflect the practicality of the furniture and meet certain specifications. Different panels have different characteristics when used. The materials of the furniture should be clarified when choosing. In this way, it can also have more advantages in the later production. Below, Hotel Bedroom Furniture Manufacturers will introduce the strategy of selecting hotel furniture panels:
1. Wooden particleboard is called particleboard, and most of its materials are processed from artificial or natural tree trunks and branches. The long wood fiber in the middle and the thin wood fiber on both sides are pressed into a board by a high temperature and high-pressure method. The size of the particleboard is 18 mm and 25 mm. Because of its small expansion rate and strong stability, it is often chosen by hotels for furniture customization. However, the quality of particleboard on the market varies greatly, and it is difficult to distinguish between true and false. The edges of some particleboards are very rough, causing water to enter and loosen in the board, and the quality of the particleboard is greatly reduced. Therefore, we should pay attention when choosing particleboard.
2. Fiberboard is often used in the customization of hotel furniture in Jinan. Compared with particleboard, fiberboard has a flat surface, good stability, and load-bearing ability, dense internal structure, strong ability to maintain the original shape, and is more suitable than particleboard in terms of strength and hardness. The fiberboard is made of powdered wood fiber pressed at high temperature, it is not easy to be deformed, and it is easy to disassemble and transport. Moreover, melamine is often used to process fiberboard in the market, so fiberboard has the advantages of moisture resistance, wear resistance, and high-temperature resistance. However, due to the high processing cost, the price of fiberboard is relatively high.
3. Blockboard is mainly made of natural peeling veneer and solid wood parquet through gluing and hot pressing. There are two manufacturing methods for blockboard, mechanical splicing, and manual splicing. The manual splicing method mainly uses manpower to embed wooden strips into the plywood of wooden strips, but the blockboard produced by this method has poor extrusion ability and is not suitable for cutting materials. The board made by the machine does not have such shortcomings, on the contrary, it has a strong weighing ability and is not easy to deform.