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Wood Division

Capacity -Yearly output: 50,000 sets (A set includes Door Frame and Shutter).

Major Machinery -

  • • PLC controlled Seasoning Kilns
  • • Pressure/vacuum treatment chambers
  • • Spindle Moulder
  • • 10 day light 640 tones hot press
  • • 3 deck 4 section dryer
  • • Finger joint Machine
  • • Double end tenoning CNC Machine
  • • Chain mortising machine
  • • Wide belt sander
  • • Six spindle moulder
  • • CNC Engraving machine
  • • Profile wrapping machine
  • • Vacuum machine
  • • Precision panel saw
  • • Thermal fluid heater

What is finger joint board?

Finger Jointing is a process in which a number of wooden pieces are joined together to form a single bigger piece of wood. It involves arranging small pieces of solid wood of uniform thickness and width that are chemically treated and seasoned, lengthened by finger joining and joined width wise by edge gluing and applying a suitable pressure in a board making press. It is well accepted worldwide and known to be the most stable method of joining timber.

By virtue of its joining technique, finger jointed boards are:

  • • Increased strength of the product
  • • Dimensionally more stable
  • • Efficient usage of wood
  • • Aesthetically appealing
  • • Economical

Finger Jointed Boards from Indian Timber Products Pvt. Ltd (ITP) are the perfect foil for renowned furniture manufacturers as an assortment of furniture can also be used for:
  • • Floor Boards
  • • Timber Roofs
  • • Door Construction
  • • Furniture Making

Why do we treat wood?

Wood is a great building material. It is strong, lightweight, easily worked with tools and relatively inexpensive. The only problem with wood is that many varieties of bacteria, fungi and insects find it appetizing. When wood is in contact with the ground or moisture for any period of time, these organisms attack the wood. Trees / logs from which wood is cut have a heartwood and sapwood. Heartwood provides most of the "structural" strength to the living tree while the sapwood transports the sap/ water from the base of the tree up to the leaves as it is living and contains food stuff which are attractive to insects and decay like

  • • Biological Decay – marine borers, fungi, insects, bacteria
  • • Physical and Chemical Decay – fire, wear, chemicals

ITP takes all measures that are essential to be taken to ensure a long life of wood. Wood treated with modern preservatives is generally safe to handle given appropriate handling precautions and personal protection measures.

Where do we use preservatives?

The wood is treated with preservatives in order to achieve protection against insects, fungi and biological degradation. The only problem with wood is that many varieties of bacteria, fungi and insects find it appetizing. When wood is in contact with the ground or moisture for any period of time, these organisms attack the wood.

ITP takes all measures that are essential to be taken to ensure a long life of wood. Wood treated with modern preservatives is generally safe to handle given appropriate handling precautions and personal protection measures.

When do we use kiln?

Freshly cut 'green' wood has a moisture content of between about 35 and 60 per cent. To reduce this moisture content Kiln drying provides a means of overcoming the limitations imposed by erratic weather conditions. Almost all commercial timbers of the world are dried in industrial kilns.

At ITP the process of kiln drying consists basically of introducing heat through steam-heated heat exchangers. In the process, deliberate control of temperature, relative humidity and air circulation is provided to give conditions at various stages (moisture contents or times) of drying the timber to achieve effective drying. For this purpose, the timber is stacked in chambers which are fitted with equipment for adjustment and control of the temperature and the relative humidity of the drying air and its circulation rate through the timber stack

How do we season wood?

Seasoning is the process of reducing the moisture content of the wood. For the commercial usage it is very essential to reduce the moisture content of wood because:

  • • Seasoned wood is stronger.
  • • Seasoned wood is easier to work.
  • • Seasoned wood is safer especially for machine working.
  • • Seasoned wood although lighter will be stronger and more reliable
  • • Wood with higher moisture content is difficult to finish i.e. paint, varnish, etc.
  • • For construction grade wood must be below 20% Moisture Content to reduce the chances of rot and other fungi infestations
  • • Seasoned wood reduces the timber shrinks especially tangentially.
  • • Seasoned wood removes the sap and the wood will be less attractive to these dangers.

ITP to achieve the above desired and best results uses PLC controlled Seasoning Kilns with Pressure/vacuum treatment chambers.