The Difference Between Ecological Board And Sandwich Board

- Jan 20, 2019-

When a commodity needs to be in contact with it, consumers often know more about it, and vice versa, such as cars and luxury goods. The furniture sheet is closely related to our life, but many people don't know much about it. Take the ecological board and the multi-layer board as an example. What is the difference between them? Perhaps for the consumer, the eco-board is the furniture sheet of the blockboard core material, while the multi-layer board is the normal multi-layer solid wood board. The structure itself is different, so there must be some difference.

 

For the industry, the multi-layer board itself is part of the eco-board, because the eco-board refers to a sheet of melamine-coated paper. There are multi-layer core materials, there are blockboard core materials, but also other core materials, but people habitually call the blockboard core material an ecological board.

 

The eco-board of the core material of the large core board (blockboard) is compared with the multi-layer board.

In the first place, the difference is in the raw materials of the products. The raw material of the eco-board is a wooden square of the same size or a round-wood stick. The raw material of the multi-layer board is a single sheet. Both raw materials belong to large-diameter wood and belong to the category of solid wood.

 

Second, their production processes are different. The production process of the eco-board is to splicing or splicing the wood. Glulam, which is currently on the market, refers to a sheet of production process rather than a special sheet. The production process of the multi-layer board is to arrange the single-layer single-layer boards horizontally and vertically, and the single board and the single board are directly spliced, stitched, or slanted and lapped.

 

The third point is the adhesive side. Many people think that the amount of glue used in the eco-board is small, and the amount of glue used in the multi-layer board is large. Actually not necessarily. According to national standards, the wood inside the eco-board has strict dimensional requirements. However, many manufacturers do not strictly abide by it, so the amount of glue used is not small. On the contrary, after the production of veneers for multi-layer boards, the amount of glue can be kept within a reasonable range.

 

The fourth point is the degree of environmental protection of the two. Since the degree of environmental protection is mentioned, it definitely refers to the adhesive aspect. In the current adhesives, there are various aldehyde-free adhesives as the backing, and both the eco-board and the multi-layer boards can be added without formaldehyde, so the environmental protection is the same. It should be noted that the wood itself contains a part of trace amounts of formaldehyde. This is common sense and should be known to many people.