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Know About Modular Kitchen

 What You Think
?
What Is Modular kitchen
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1. Fully Modular kitchen 

 Fully Modular kitchen Is Something You can Easily Assemble And Dis-mental Any Time And Shift To Another Place.

2. Semi-Modular Kitchen

 Semi Modular kitchen is When You Finished Your kitchens Civil Work ( Built Your Platform ),  After That Selecting That Products Which You Want To Install It In Your Ready Platform. That's Why It Called As Semi-Modular Or Customized Kitchen.

3. Running Feet Kitchen Trolley

 (Created By Local Vendors ) It Is Running feet Work Which Have No Brand, No Quality, No Warranty, No After Sales Service And No Satisfaction
Its Purely Waste Of Money Which Is used To Be Only 2-3 years.

 
Whenever You Are Searching For Modular Kitchen There Are Important Tips That Helps You.

1. All The Accessories Which Use In Modular Kitchen Comes With Its Standard Dimensions. Only Tandem Drawers Width Part Which You Can Minimize Or Maximize.

2. Stainless Steel Baskets Which We Use In Modular Kitchen Have 2 Grades 
202 & 304. 

3. Strength Of Stainless Steel Baskets Is Depends On Grades Not On Gauge(Thickness).

4. The major differences between 202 and 304 stainless steels are in the nickel and chromium contents. 202 has 16-18% chromium and 0.5-4.0% nickel, whilst 304 has 18-20% chromium and 8-10.5% nickel.

5. Wight Bearing Capacity Of Each Drawers Is Depends On Its Channels Not On Baskets Thickness.

6. Whenever You Choose Any Brands Of Baskets They Have There Standard Designs Which Cannot Be Change on Any Cost.

7. As Per Brand Variation Cost Will Be Vary.

8. Always Use Best Brands Hardware.


Difference In Boards 

What is Particle Board?

Simply put, particle board is a waste-wood product made by heat pressing wood chips, sawmill shavings, or even sawdust and resin together.   

Advantages

  • Low Cost
  • Light-Weight
  • Perfect for Ready-Made Furniture

Disadvantages

  • Low Strength - Cannot Support Heavy Loads
  • Not as Eco-Friendly as Wood Furniture
  • Expands or Discolors Due to Moisture

    What is MDF Wood?

    Most commonly used resin for making MDF is Urea Formaldehyde. (This is also the glue used in making Commercial MR grade plywood).

    These boards do not have knots or rings on the surface, since they are made from wood fibres.

    MDF looks better than marine ply. Most of the times its prelaminated with a decorative surface at the time of its manufacture.

    The most common use of MDF is in the making of furniture for homes and offices.

    The quality standards for MDF boards are specified in Indian Standards document IS:12406 (for plain MDF boards), and IS:14587 (for pre-laminated MDF boards)

    'MDF' stands for Medium Density fibreboard, and it is different from plywood.

    MDF is made from very small particles of wood (fibres). Glue is added to these particles, and the mixture pressed together under high pressure and temperature to make these boards.

    Advantages

    • Low Cost
    • Very Smooth, No Splinters
    • Easy to Paint
    • Easy Cutting
    • Denser and Stronger than Particle Board
    • Composed of Small Wood Fibers So There is No Wood Grain

    Disadvantages

    • MDF is Dense, Making it Heavy
    • Cannot Be Stained
    • Can Dull Blades Quickly
    • Expands or Discolors Due to Moisture

      What is Marine Ply? 

            The Indian Standards for Marine ply are detailed in BIS document IS:710

    Marine plywood is a superior quality plywood that is used in exterior applications.

    Plywood is made by glueing together several layers of veneers (slices of wood) under heat and pressure. Rotary-cut veneers are obtained by rotating tree logs about their longitudinal axis, while a cutter peels off layers from the log.

    Marine plywood is most commonly used in applications where the ply is going to get a prolonged exposure to water. It is the material of choice for marine applications such as all the woodwork required for building ships and boats.

    MDF looks better, but Marine grade plywood is basically meant for exterior applications such as boat-building, and not for building showy furniture.

    Plywood is made from slices of wood, and hence can have knots. This aspect is however controlled at the time of making plywood so that the plywood surfaces do not have any noticeable defects.

    The adhesive used in making Marine plywood, is unextended phenolic resin (phenol formaldehyde), which is a synthetic plastic resin. Unextended basically means undiluted.


           

    Advantages

    • Water Resistant 
    • Pliable
    • Heat Resistant
    • Impact Resistant
    • Non- Toxic, Non- Porous

      Disadvantage
    • Costly Than Other Ply 
    • There For We Cant Use it In Furniture Work Except Kitchen & Exterior .