Advance Laminates introduces Flush Door which has a basic structure composed of solid blackboard core, vertical stiles, and horizontal rails that create a pre-fixed frame. The flush door is composed of wooden strips that are placed edge-to-edge and sandwiched between veneers, then bonded under high pressure and temperature using a synthetic resin. So in a simpler term, it is a door that is made of a timber frame covered with ply from both sides and then the hollow part inside is filled with rectangular blocks of softwood.
These are made from high-density farm timbers which are chemically treated and well-seasoned battens are edge-glued to make these doors durable and dimensionally stable. FLUSH DOORS has extra lock rail that provides sufficient strength to handles and knobs. Its hardwood frames provide strength for the fitting of hinges and anti deviation resistance. Glue line poisoning makes them resistant to fungus, termite, and borer. Flush door undergoes the extreme testing process as per IS: 2202(1) before going to the market so that the customer can trust the strength and stability.
What are Flush Doors and benefits of using flush doors and its specifications?
Doors are an important requirement and element in every home and should not only be aesthetically pleasing but also have features like durability, strength, water and heat resistance and it should not warp with time. Gone are the days when doors were used for the mere purpose of maintaining privacy and security. Doors these days have become a beautiful structure and an integral part of every home’s interiors.
- The door surface is highly resistant to stains, scratches, and crashes.
- Advance’s flush doors offer a variety of designs and decorative finishes. These doors provide attractive, warm and traditional appearance.
- These doors are decay proof. The chemical treatment makes the flush door termite and fungi-free.
- Flush doors are chemically treated and vacuum pressed they are heat and water-resistant.
|Test||Requirement of IS:2202||Test Result|
|Dimension &||Length +/0 mm||+3 mm|
|Squareness||Width +/0mm||+2 mm|
|Thickness ± 1mm||+6 mm|
|Squareness: not more than||.5 mm|
|1 mm per 600 mm length|
|General Flatness||6 mm||2.0 mm|
|Local Plainness||0.5 mm||0.2 mm|
|Impact Indentation||0.2 mm||0.10 mm|
|Flexure Test||Max. Deflection 5mm||Max. Deflection 3mm|
|Edge Loading Test||Residual Deflection 0.5 mm||Residual Deflection .25 mm|
|Lateral Buckling 2 mm||1 mm|
|Shock Resistance Test||Should withstand 5 impacts||Can withstand 10 impacts|
|Misuse Test||No permanent deformation||No Permanent Deformation|
|of the Fixing|
|End Immersion Test||No Delimitation||No Delimination|
|Knife/Glue Adhesion Test||Pass Standard||Excellent|
|Screw withdrawl||1000 N||1500 N|
|Slamming Test||No visible damage||No Damage|
|after 50 drops|
|Buckling Test||Pass Standard||Excellent|