Crown Cut Oak Veneered On FR MDF To Euro Class ‘B’

Crown Cut Oak Veneered On FR MDF To Euro Class ‘B’

Trade Names: European Oak, American Oak

"Crown Cut" which can be abbreviated to read “CC” relates to the slicing method used when peeling the oak logs. If you’re not familiar with what this means, we have produced several PDF documents at the bottom of this page (Download Files) which gives you a written / visual example for you to get a better understanding.

We get asked many times on how thick the actual oak veneer is. Before touch sanding takes place at the end of the veneering process. The veneer is sliced to a nominal 0.6mm thickness. To some of our customers this sounds incredibly thin, but this has been the standard throughout the industry for many decades. Please remember, just like wallpaper, which is even thinner. a veneer is there for a decorative reason. You can help to protect the veneer, by using a suitable lacquer etc. Which on most application, for example “veneer wall linings”, “pub tables” and “bespoke furniture “with relatively light contact works without any major problems. However, we need to highlight in the last few months we have been getting calls asking to use veneered boards to be used as actual flooring panels. In this circumstance, we would (even with a suitable hard flooring lacquer,) not recommend using any veneered panel with a 0.6mm veneer. It maybe ok for a few months, but with hard traffic constantly moving across the panels. Eventually wear and tear will get through the lacquer and quickly go through the actual veneer. Which would look awful.

Interesting facts about oak trees:

Oak trees normally live between 80 - 200 years. There are exceptions showing them to live 1000 years upwards. One example, considered to be the oldest oak tree in the world, the Pechanga Great Oak Tree is estimated to be 2000 years old.

Normally an oak tree will not start to produce acorns (seeds) until they are between 30 - 50 years old.

Being from the genus Quercus family, some common names for European / American oaks are Quercus robur - English Oak (the most common species in the UK). Quercus sessiliflora, Quercus pedunculata being some of the other common Latin names used for European oak trees.

Please Note : We do not recommend / guarantee any veneered boards that are used in either an external or high humidity environment
Similar Veneers : Chestnut
Location : Oak veneer is normally sourced throughout Europe and Northern America.
Attributes : Oak tends to have a straw yellow to light/medium brown appearance.
Finishing : Works well with both staining and polishing. To prevent discolouration UV varnish is recommended.
Latin Name : Quercus Pedunculata / Sessiflora
Image Disclaimer : The image of the veneer shown here, is a representative sample of the species. Since every tree is unique colour and grain may vary from log to log
Choosing The Quality of Veneer - (with commercial grade being the most common choice)
Choosing The Grade of Veneers - (with A/B being the most common)
Option To choose The Species Of Veneer ( Unless specified we would normally supply European Oak, but this is not guaranteed)
The Slicing Method
Option To Choose A Different Jointing Method (With bookmatched as being the most common)
Finishes / Options - (Max Length 3050mm / Max Width 1240mm) - (MINIMUM ORDER IS 20 SHEETS)
Option To Choose A Different Veneer Thickness (With 0.6mm as being the most common (Tolerance applies))
Option to specify the veneer must conform to either FSC / PEFC
Veneered FR MDF To Euro Class B 13mm 19mm
2440mm x 1220mm
3050mm x 1220mm

Veneered FR MDF To Euro Class B
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