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19.11.2017

Technology

The production process is organized on the basis of advanced technology.


On sawmilling site there has been equipment installed of the world-renowned Austrian company SPRINGER. The line power is 250 thousand cubic meters of raw sawlogs per year. High-tech cameras of Austrian company MUHLBOCK VANICEK qualitatively dry timber until joinery humidity for a minimum period of time. Cameras are equipped with modern computer control system.
 
Dried lumber are subject to milling on a high-speed line produced by the Slovenian company LEDINEK. Feed rate of blanks is up to 250 m / min. The surface treatment cleanness meets the highest requirements. The production program for the production of milling products is 115 thousand per year. Finished goods warehouse is equipped with a unique device for mechanized loading of packages into shipping containers that can deliver packets with the products to the customer without any mechanical damage.
 
Modern equipment which is operated in a single process flow helps to ensure the specified quality indicators: precision and cleanness of machined parts finishing, necessary grade of products. Operating humidity of wood can be set in accordance with the terms of the customer: from transport to furniture. Dimensions and profiles of milled parts may be different and depend on the wishes of the customer. Packing of packages protects the finished product from precipitation and guarantees safety during loading and unloading.

The company is focused on the deep and rational processing on the basis of use of bonding technology on the length on the jagged spike. The products glued this way completely replace parts of solid wood in comparison of strength and quality characteristics. Bondings ensure the integrity and dimensional stability of products during the entire period of operation.
 
The company operates based on the principle of non-waste production and in accordance with environmental regulations. For this purpose there was a boiler plant acquired by the Austrian company POLITECHNIK, which produces thermal energy from waste lumber in the form of sawdust and bark for the technological needs of the enterprise.