Finger-joint panels are made of small wooden staves, which are glued to each other by length and by width. On their short ends staves have so called finger-joint profile, which ensures stability of the panel by length. Width of staves is fixed and it is 40 mm. This type of panels is mostly used in furniture industry.
A side: Strips are graded by colour in order to acchieve homogenic wood appearance. Basically sap wood, brown wood, knots or cracks are not allowed. Technically correct.
B side: Strips are not graded by colour, singular sap wood is allowed, small knots, no surface defects.
C side: “Baumarkt” quality without any colour limitations. Technically correct.
Wood is a natural material. Because of that, single panel should be used only as an example. Deviations in colour and structure in relation to sample are possible.
Colour variations are typical characteristic of wood as natural material and they vary from one wood species to another. Therefore, differences in colour of panels produced in separate production series are possible.