SOLID DOORS

Solid doors represent a traditional yet immensely popular class of doors that is wholly made of solid wood. The door strength is directly dependent on the timber used. Borotik Solid Doors are made from specially treated and seasoned wood using Danish technology that drastically reduces the moisture content of the wood resulting in negligible distortion, warpage, tear etc. while increasing its durability and strength manifold. On account of being fully solid wood, Borotik Solid Doors provide highest vibration damping and sound deadening capacity. As a result, they are perfect where privacy and safety is desired, as in bedrooms and front doors. High strength can be attributed to the material continuity throughout the door. Also, as they are made of solid wood, these doors can be easily repaired by sanding, planning, painting with no worry about damaging the integrity of the door. The panels can be either finger jointed or solid timber. These doors can also be heavily customized with a wide range and depth of vibrant designs.

Borotik Rubberwood Timber

Sl.NoPropertiesRubber wood (15% moisture)Teak (12% moisture)borotik chemically treated timber
1 Modulus of Rupture (MPa) 66 86 72
2 Compression parallel to grain (MPa) 32 55 61
3 Shear (MPa) 11 11 11.3
4 Hardness (N) 4350 4500 4760
5 Density (kg/m3) 460-650 480-850 682

Features

BOROTIK Solid Door Technical Specifications

product parametersSpecifications
Door Type Natural Treated Wood Door
Core Solid Wood
Panel Size Standard size is 00 x 00. Custom sizes are also available as per customer needs
Door Thickness 00 to 00 mm
Adhesive Adhesive used is synthetic Phenol Formaldehyde resin conforming to BIS specifications IS: 848
Formaldehyde Emission Much less than the E1 standards limit of 8mg/100g of dry board
Quality Indicator Conforms to ISO 9001:2015
Workmanship & Finish Semi- Automated & Highest

Advantages

  • Borotik chemical treatment and seasoning eliminates distortion, warping and maintains dimensional stability.
  • On account of its viscoelastic nature, Borotik Solid Doors provide highest vibration damping and sound deadening capacity.
  • Borotik solid doors are perfect where privacy and safety is desired, as in bedrooms and front doors.
  • Due to material continuity, Borotik solid doors have high strength, durability and are long lasting.
  • Solid doors can be easily repaired by sanding, planning, painting with no worry about damaging the integrity of the door.
  • These doors can also be heavily customized with a wide range and depth of vibrant designs using CNC equipment.
  • Solid doors require no special introduction. Solid doors have been around since time immemorial and still as popular. As the name suggests, solid doors are wholly made of solid wood with no wood fillings, veneers etc. Solid doors can be made with hardwood or softwood. The door strength is primarily dependent on the strength of the wood used. It is the most resilient, robust and long lasting among all the wooden door types. Wood has good vibration damping capacity (as it is a viscoelastic material) and sound deadening capacity. Due to the above properties, solid doors are an excellent choice where privacy and safety is desired, as in bedrooms and front doors. High strength can be attributed to the material continuity throughout the door. But, it also results in increased mass of the door. However, this disadvantage is offset by its robustness and long life.  Also, as they are made of solid wood, these doors can be easily repaired by sanding, planning, painting with no worry about damaging the integrity of the door. Obviously, due to maximum usage of wood material, its cost is on the higher side. These doors give you maximum safety from intruders. These doors can also be heavily customized with a wide range and depth of vibrant designs.

    Solid doors can be further classified based on how the door is made.

    1. Solid timber panels
    2. Finger-jointed panels

    Solid timber panels have been the traditional way of making solid doors. Wood timber is cut into panels of required dimensions and joined using conventional joints like mortise and tenon. Finger jointed panels are a relatively new method in solid doors. It makes use of smaller timber parts glued end to end to create longer panels Finger jointed panels make it possible to cover wider span and width than what is possible by solid timber panels. Concerns regarding glue strength and structural integrity of the panel compared to solid wood panel are offset by advantages like longer span, ability to send precut timber of exact lengths as specified by the client and the prospect of improving timber by eliminating defects and joining the pieces together.

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