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Flush door, wooden door, room door, Project DoorDescription:
1.Structure: inner as solid wood or finger joint wooden board as frame, then fill the honeycomb paper or wooden composite;
2.Surface: smooth MDF then white painted or natural veneer laminated,natual veneer can be Okume,Bintangor,Ash,Sabeli,Oak,Walnut,Mahgany,Wenge,Cherry etc.;
molded MDF then white painted or natural veneer laminated,natual veneer can be Okume,Bintangor,Ash,Sabeli,Oak,Walnut,Mahgany,Wenge,Cherry etc.;
smooth door skin plywood with natural as Okume or Bintangor etc.
3.Door leaf Thickness: usually 40mm or as requested.
4. Material of door frame: Fir wood or Paulownia wood or Pine wood with painting;
5. Filling material: Wood;
6. Diversified designs and colours are available;
7. Accessories: Hinges, locks, handles;
8. Packing: Carton and foam;
9. MOQ: 1x40HQ;
10.Suitable:Mostly for big building projects like Residential houses, apartment, hotels, schools, office buildings, etc.
11.Size: usually 750/850*2000/2100*40mm or as requested.
What is flushdoor?
Flush doors are simple interior and exterior doors that feature plain facings on both sides of the construction. While the flush door is more closely associated with function rather than style, this plain sort of door lends itself well to a number of room designs where the desire is to highlight other elements in the space. Doors of this type may have a solid or hollow core.
The typical flush door is manufactured by using two sections of plywood that are attached to each side of a frame. While the interior of the door is hollow, it is not unusual for some sort of support to be built into the frame, such as a honeycomb support system. The plywood can be finished to accentuate the wood grain or covered with paint. Once the door construction is completed, the finish is treated with a sealant to protect the color or the stain from any type of damage.
It is also possible to construct a flush door using a solid core piece that is augmented with some type of laminate or plywood on each side. As with the hollow door design, the solid model is then painted or stained, then treated to a sealant. While heavier than the hollow versions, the solid flush door is often a better option when installing a flush sliding door at a passage between two rooms.