There are many types of panels used in custom wardrobes. Commonly used panels include Chinese fir integrated panels, solid wood panels, trihydrogen ammonia panels, and other panel types. Each panel has its own advantages. You can choose according to your needs when purchasing.
1. Chinese fir integrated board
Fir board is also called finger joint board, it is a small piece of splicing, all the splicing seams need to use glue. The wood of this kind of board is soft, not strong enough, and easy to deform and crack. Its surface is uneven and it is easy to mark clothes. The way to solve the mark is to polish and paint, which will cause high cost, smell, and environmental protection. The paint is easy to change color, crack, and fall off. It is also prone to insects and difficult to care for.
Advantages: affordable, more environmentally friendly when not polished and painted, with the fragrance of cedar itself.
Disadvantages: The surface is rough and easy to scratch clothes; because it is easy to deform and crack, it can only be fixed to the wall during processing, and cannot be moved; the surface of the plate has many piles and small holes, which is not beautiful; it must be processed through multiple processing (holes, Sanding, waxing or lacquering) and not put into use until the smell is scattered.
2. Pure solid wood panels
The substrate used in solid wood furniture is natural wood, and the real wood pattern can generally be seen on the surface. Pure solid wood furniture means that all the materials used in the furniture are solid wood, including the tabletops, wardrobe doors, side panels, etc., are made of pure solid wood, and no other forms of wood-based panels are used. Pure solid wood furniture has high requirements for craftsmanship and materials. The requirements for solid wood material selection, drying, finger jointing, and seaming are very strict. If any process is not strictly controlled, cracks and loose joints will occur if the process is small, while The whole set of furniture is deformed so that it cannot be used.
Advantages: The style, noble, and original temperament caters to people's psychology of returning to nature.
Disadvantages: the price is higher and it is difficult to take care of; because of the painting process, it is easy to change color, which is why the color of solid wood furniture will become darker and deeper. The fatal defect of solid wood furniture is that the change of moisture content makes it easy to deform. It needs special care. For example, it cannot be exposed to sunlight, not too cold or extremely hot, and too dry and humid environments are not suitable for solid wood furniture. of. If you do not pay attention to it during use, and frequent switching of the air conditioner causes excessive temperature and humidity changes, even qualified solid wood furniture products will sometimes experience deformation and cracking.
3. Trimer board
Melamine board, full name is melamine impregnated adhesive film paper veneer artificial board. It is made by immersing paper with different colors or textures in a melamine resin adhesive, then drying to a certain degree of curing, and paving it on the surface of particleboard, medium density fiberboard or hard fiberboard, and then hot pressing. Decorative plates. At present, the substrates used in the panel furniture on the market are all these kinds of boards, and the substrates are divided into trihydrogen particleboard and trihydrogen ammonia density board. Melamine board has more changes in appearance design and more individuality. It is the material of choice for European top furniture manufacturers. However, the environmental protection requirements for the board are very strict and must meet the European E1 standard.
Advantages: affordable; no deformation, no cracking, no fading; rich colors; assembly and disassembly are very convenient, high-precision panel furniture can be disassembled and installed many times; environmentally friendly and fashionable.
Disadvantages: It is also environmentally friendly. Furniture made of wood-based panels with excessive formaldehyde will cause indoor environmental pollution. Consumers should pay attention when buying. Open the cabinet door or drawer and smell it. If there is a strong irritating odor, most of the formaldehyde exceeds the standard and should not be purchased.