Keruing Veneer


Keruing Veneer is a type of wood veneer that is made from the keruing tree. The keruing tree is native to Southeast Asia and is known for its hardwood. The keruing veneer is made by slicing the keruing tree into thin sheets. These sheets are then glued onto a substrate, such as plywood or MDF. Keruing veneer is often used in cabinetry, furniture, and flooring. It has a beautiful grain pattern and is available in a variety of colors.

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Keruing Veneer

Size:    8*4’, 7’*4’, 6’*4’, 7’*3’, 6’*3’, customized Grade B:    Slight discolor, small crack, No hole, No fibre Thickness:    0.15-1.0mm Grade A:    No discolor, No fibre, No hole, No splits Grade C:    Medium discolor, Slight pin, bean hole, Light fibre Grade D:    Discolor, splits, egg size holes no more than 3

Keruing veneer is a type of wood veneer that is made from the wood of the tropical keruing tree. The tree is native to Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent, and the wood is commonly used in construction and furniture making in these regions. The veneer is made by slicing thin sheets of wood from the tree’s trunk and then gluing them onto a substrate such as plywood or MDF.Keruing veneer has a number of advantages over other types of wood veneers. It is very strong and durable, making it ideal for use in high-traffic areas or in applications where the veneer will be subject to wear and tear. It is also resistant to rot and insect infestation, making it an ideal choice for outdoor use. Keruing veneer also has a very attractive grain pattern that can add visual interest to any project.If you are looking for a strong, durable, and attractive wood veneer, keruing veneer is an excellent choice.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 cm