Construction of Veneered Interior Doors:
The frame of the door is a fused beam of coniferous wood. Usually pine, well dried, previously removed knots and weak points.
The basis of the door (panel) is a wood-fiber board (MDF or fiberboard). MDF (wood-fiber panel) is a pressed panel made of fine wood. Fiberboard – manufactured from crushed wood (small flour mills), by pressing under high pressure at high temperature. Usually, the door panel is made of MDF 16 mm thick.
Door covering – natural veneer, which is glued to the surface usually by cold pressing, when the veneer is glued to the surface using PVA glue.
Lacquering the door – It carries a protective function, forming on the surface of a durable coating, which does not allow the door to dry out and cause mechanical damage. Also, varnish coating plays a decorative role, giving a noble gloss and emphasizing the texture of natural wood. Usually polyurethane varnishes are used to cover the doors.