FLUSH DOORS: (IS: 2202 Pt-01)
Plywoods Model : RED002


FLUSH DOORS: (IS: 2202 Pt-01)

Red Ribbon Ply Flush doors name given to doors that are made by using a timber frame which is covered by plywood or similar board on both the sides of the door.  The hollow portion inside the door is usually filled with cardboard or board.  These doors are then finished by putting veneer on top or teak ply on top to give it a finishing. These doors have a perfectly flush and joint less surface.   

Advantages

Simple design and are less expensive.

Come in attractive colors and have rich and warm appearance.

More durable.

Can’t split, peel or rot, and don’t require periodic refinishing.

Resistant to stains, scratches and crash.

Easy to clean.

Thickness of shutters.

Applications:

Flexibility of design and material.

Flush shutters designs are less flexible and are usually available in solid form i.e. solid shutter can be used as solid barriers in the door opening.

How is it fixed?

The Flush door shutters are hung in the door frame with hinges and screws and all necessary fittings i.e. handle, tower bolt etc is fixed. Care should be taken that door shutter should move/ swing freely.

Finishing

Generally Flush door shutters are finished with paint. If polish finish is desired on the Flush doors then teak face ply or veneer is fixed on the face of shutter in this way we have teak face polish surface.

Protection from dust

Flush shutters usually have plain joint fewer surfaces which does not collect dust. Now a days designer flush doors are also being made and the grooves on the design are susceptible to collect dust

Weather effect

Flush shutters undergo little expansion or contraction with seasonal changes.

Strength

Flush shutters have better strength being homogeneous structure.