All Bathroom Vanity is Made with Rubberwood ,Oak, MDF or Pvc.,
Rubberwood is a hardwood from the maple family of woods
Rubberwood has very little tendancy to warp or crack
Rubberwood-Eco Friendly !
Rubberwood is often the most misunderstood species of wood in the furniture industry. The name rubberwood invokes a variety of misconceptions as to it's features and to it's durability. Rubberwood (also called Parawood in Thailand) is the standard common name for the timber of Hevea brasiliensis.
In fact, rubberwood is one of the more durable lumbers used in the manufacturing of today's home furnishings. As a member of the maple family, rubberwood has a dense grain character that is easily controlled in the kiln drying process. Rubberwood has very little shrinkage making it one of the more stable construction materials availabe for furniture manufacturing.
Like maple, rubberwood is a sap producing species. In the case of maple, it is sap; in the case of rubberwood, it is latex. Rubberwood produces all the latex used in the world for all rubber based products.
There is one more important feature of rubberwood that is very important in today's world. Rubberwood is the most ecologically "friendly" lumber used in today's furniture industry. After the economic life of the rubber tree, which is generally 26-30 years, the latex yields become extremely low and the planters then fell the rubber trees and plant new ones. So, unlike other woods that are cut down for the sole purpose of producing furniture, rubberwood is used only after it completes it's latex producing cycle and dies. This wood is therefore eco-friendly.....
Oak wood has a density of about 0.75 g/cm³, great strength and hardness, and is very resistant to insect and fungal attack because of its high tannin content. It also has very attractive grain markings, particularly when quartersawn. Wide, quarter-sawn boards of oak have been prized since the Middle Ages for use in interior paneling of prestigious buildings such as the debating chamber of the House of Commons in London, England, and in the construction of fine furniture. Oak wood, from Quercus robur and Quercus petraea, was used in Europe for the construction of ships, especially naval men of war, until the 19th century, and was the principal timber used in the construction of European timber-framed buildings. Today oak wood is still commonly used for furniture making and flooring, timber frame buildings, and for veneer production. Barrels in which red wines, sherry, brandy and spirits such as Scotch whisky and Bourbon whiskey are aged are made from European and American oak.
Medium-density fibreboard (MDF) is an engineered wood product formed by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibers, often in a defibrator, combining it with wax and a resin binder, and forming panels by applying high temperature and pressure. MDF is more dense than plywood.
Using PVC as a Wood Alternative
PVC is one of the most versatile Landscape Supplies. Schedule 40 Pipe Lengths can be used as an alternative to all sorts of materials at home, the most common of which is wood. Wood and PVC display many similar properties, are both cheap, and both can be manipulated easily and used effectively at home. All tools that work with wood such as saws, drills, painting materials, etc. can be used just as effectively with PVC!
For instance, when cutting PVC, one can use a fine hacksaw to keep the ends even and flat. Or, one can also use conventional PVC cutters, resembling pruning shears to get the job done. More detailed instructions for Cutting PVC can be found on our resource center.
PVC can be painted in the same way as wood. The same tools for cutting are used when painting. The painting process is also described in greater detail on our resource center.
Among other qualities, PVC is quite malleable. It can be bent slightly when normal temperature, but when heated up a bit, it becomes quite workable. This provides a slight advantage over the rigidity of wood. PVC's malleability combined with its relative ease to work with allow a great range of possibilities.
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