3 Layer Panel

Product Description

The three layers laminated panel is made up of very high quality wood slats, glued and folded to three layers.
The three-layer structure gives the panel a high mechanical strength that makes it ideal for use in the manufacture of furniture, stairs, coverings, window frames.

Technical Informations


– Thickness: 21 mm
– Length: up to 3000 mm
– Width: max 1250 mm
– Stave: random 70-120 mm

Technological characteristics

– Three panels of 7 mm
– Internal panel with grain perpendicular to the outer sides
– Glueing: UNI EN 204 D3
– Humidity: 8% +/-2
– Formaldehyde content according to standard E1

Wood species available

White Beech
Botanical name:
Fagus sylvatica L.

Local designations: Fo, Beech, Fajar, Vespul, Faz, Beech

Denominations other European countries: French: hetre; English: Beech; German: Holes; Spanish: Haya

Beech is present in pure or mixed woodland formations on almost all of Europe, excluding the northernmost strip.

In general and in normal conditions the wood is rosy brown on all the cross section, thus being able to be considered as undifferentiated; Tight and smooth weaving, on tangential surfaces shows a ray grain and a spotted motif on those sheared in quarters.

Pretty good; Drying with care, tends to cracking and distorts, shrinks quickly.

Weaving: very fine
Grain: not always straight
Average Specific Weight: 730 kg/m3
Withdrawal: high
Nervousness: High
Hardness: high
Axial Compression resistance: mean Value 61 MPa
Bending strength: mean Value 118 MPa
Modulus of elasticity: mean Value 14.700 MPa
Impact Resistance: High
Flexibility: medium
Durability: Mediocre

Botanical name American White Oak:
Quercus alba

Local names: White Oak

Names in other European countries: English (generic): Oak; Italian: Rovere Americano Bianco; German: Stieleiche, Traubeneiche; Spanish: Roble

Origin: Widespread throughout the eastern United States. The white oak group comprises many species, of which some eight are marketed

White oak is similar in color and appearance to European oak. The sapwood of American white oak is light-coloured and the heartwood is light to dark brown. White oak has mostly straight grain with more or less pronounced texture (medium to coarse) and longer medullary rays than red oak. White oak therefore has a higher-quality aspect.

Must be dried slowly; tendency to warp; some collapse and internal cracking.

Texture: Coarse
Grain: Fairly straight and regular
Average weight: 769 kg/m3
Shrinkage: Medium to high
Dimensional stability: Strong
Hardness: Medium to high
Compression strength: Average value: 52 MPa
Flexural strength: Average value: 106 MPa
Modulus of elasticity: Average value: 12,600 MPa
Shock resistance: Good
Flexibility: Fair
Durabilità: Good

European Ash
Botanical name:
Fraxinus excelsior L. and Fraxinus Ornus L.

Local designations: Fraissu, Lusa, Fersena, Frosso, Frascinu, Orniello

Denominations other European countries: French: Frene; English: Ash; German: Bait; Spanish: Fresno.

Provenance: in Italy and in Europe (excluding the northern end) present sporadically in the mixed hardwood formations, from the plain to the Middle mountain.

The sapwood of whitish yellowish color differs from the slightly darker heartwood: sometimes a central blackish zone appears, with irregular boundary (olive ash) presumably caused by fungal attacks. The radial surfaces appear of pearly gloss thanks to the numerous and very fine medullary rays.

The drying process is quite easy, but in its course there can be serious deformation: it is therefore necessary to proceed with prudence and at the end to undergo a good reconditioning to the saats.

Texture: Coarse
Grain: Fairly straight and regular
Average Specific Weight: 720 kg/m3
Shrinkage: Medium
Dimensional stability: Medium
Durezza: Medium
Compression strength: Average value: 51 MPa
Flexural strength: Average value: 106 MPa
Modulus of elasticity: mean Value 12.800 MPa
Shock resistance: Significant
Flexibility: Fair
Durability: Low to average

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