Spruce/Pine Solid Wood Doors

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Type Doors
Core material Solid wood
Solid wood type European Softwood
Species Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Scots Pine, Spruce (Picea abies)


Volume 1 m3 Spot - 1 time Convert
Dimensions 21х7 (2070х670х70), 21х8 (2070х770х70), 21х9 (2070х870х70), 21х10 (2070х970х70), 21х13 (2070х1270х70)
In the production of paneled doors from solid pine and spruce, dry lumber with a moisture content of 8-12% is used. The sizes correspond to standards. The doors consist of a binding (frame) of a cloth 36 mm thick, and a panel (filler) 16 mm thick. Glass can be used as a filler: colored, transparent, matte - 4-6 mm thick. For safe storage and transportation, finished products are hermetically packed in thermal packaging film.

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