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What are the advantages of finger jointed parquet?
- Aug 21, 2018 -

Refers to the grounding plate is to cross the solid wood through the circular saw, and then re-naturally combine the heart, the edge, the tip, the root, etc., so that the unevenness of the natural shrinkage of the wood is improved, so the grounding plate is deformed in use. It has also been greatly reduced, and it is not prone to cracks, expansion, and distortion. Since the longitudinal dimension of the grounding plate is lengthened, it is not easy to be deformed, and the laying efficiency is improved and the construction period is shortened. In the case of increasingly tight timber resources, resources are not wasted, and resources are used both environmentally and rationally. The grounding plate is generally the same as the solid wood floor structure of the joint, and the installation is simple, natural and beautiful, and the deformation is small.

Refers to the advantages of the grounding plate:

1. Saving resources and high comprehensive utilization rate of wood; refers to the raw material of the grounding plate is the truncation of the wood floor blank material, and the wood with various natural defects is cross-processed to eliminate the local defects. Refers to the grounding plate to make the small material into a large material, thus greatly improving the wood yield.

2. The grounding plate is small in deformation and high in strength. The wood of the grounding plate is changed from small to large. Therefore, the internal stress of the wood is distributed in the small materials of the finger joints, so the concentrated stress is small and the deformation is small.

3, solid wood refers to the longitudinal dimension of the grounding plate is lengthened, which not only meets the consumer's pursuit of beautiful requirements, but also reduces production costs.

4, solid wood refers to the grounding plate must be the same when processing, namely: the same cross-sectional size; the same tree species; the same moisture content.