Work with sawn wood is the base for every dealer. In the case of Jannone even more, since it is the most optimal way to provide the customer with an elaborate and easy to transform wood. These are boards in squared measurements and prepared with steel sheet tape strip. In our case we provide them in approximate packages of one meter wide by one meter high. Also, we can supply lengths of two to six meters with several boards of three to five cubic meters.
With this type of wood professionals of the manufacture of doors, furniture or windows, among others, can carry out their work in the simplest way, thanks to the rolls made industrially.
Because sawn wood offers a wide variety of end uses, the variations in each sector can be easily adapted and that is why Jannone always looks for the specific order to work according to finished batches.
The coniferous sawn wood responds very well to works that look for the ease in the elaboration especially of doors, windows or any other product of decoration for its qualities of whiteness and simplicity.
In this sense, the carpenter, cabinetmaker or any factory and packaging company, has in these soft woods the ideal resource in carpentry for the resin and the fine grain that it presents.
Within Jannone we offer a great variety of scots pine, slash pine and radiata pine. All of them from the same family of coniferous sawn woods with variations in color, hardness and stability.
In this case we are talking about a type of wood that plants produce and use for hollow sections purposes. For this reason, tropical sawn wood is very resistant and its quantity abounds in nature. For Jannone Group they are paramount when it comes to guaranteeing the client a superior quality, since its noble components make them strong against decomposing agents and against humidity.
The tropical sawn woods are mainly focused on the cabinetmaking sector and the furniture or parquet manufacturer. An example of Jannone’s offer are the Iroko and Sapelli types, indicated for works such as those cited and also for all types of frieze development.
The sawn hardwoods are the most common for the manufacture of furniture, cabinetry and wood coatings. The oak is one of the noblest woods that Jannone Group works with.
Although in this typology we also find woods such as beech, ash, walnut or cherry. From our experience, we recommend these types of material for professionals of wood chairs because it has a great hardness and duration.
Likewise, its woody structure makes it a more complex material than conifers, thus being able to work in specific projects.