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    Posted on: 25 Jan 2023

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The Manufacturing Process of Wood Cutter India

As Indian furniture, be it in any kind of solid wood is extremely popular in Indian & the World over, it must go through a thorough treatment before it is crafted into a piece of furniture. Before the manufacturing starts it goes through the Seasoning & Chemical process, as explained below

Seasoning Process

Depending upon the weather, the wood is kept in a seasoning chamber. In winters we season wood for a period of 13 to 16 days & in summer the wood is seasoned for 7 to 10 days. The moisture level is brought down to a level of 5 to 9 % so when an Indian solid wood piece of furniture is made in a manner that it retains it sturdiness & can withstand most kinds of weather.

Chemical Process

As Wood Cutter India manufacturing chemically processed wooden parts in Saharanpur India, the norms for chemical treatment of wood for furniture made by the manufacturers is extremely strict and give a unique textures on wooden surface as u shown in pictures.

Keeping that in mind, chemicals like biflex �\" terminator & ccb are used in the chemical chamber in which the wood is kept for a period of 2 hours. This ensures that the wood is completely termite free & the furniture manufactured from it can be used in Indian weather as well as exported to various countries in the World.
Process of Manufacturing.

Note: Although every precaution is taken to ensure that a fine piece of furniture is manufactured, please take into consideration that wood being a natural & organic product will always have moisture in it & can have movement if it is subject to variations in weather condition. However the beauty of wooden furniture is that it can always be rectified & re furbished to make the furniture look new again.

Further minor blemishes, variation in color, irregular grain etc are all a natural part of the character of Indian Furniture & should not be considered a defect of any sort