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  • Albasia Falcata is a fast growing tree which can be harvested within five to seven years, making it an economic material for producing wood panels such as the Eco-Core Falcata Blockboard.

  • The Solid Bamboo Blockboard consists of multiple layers of bamboo, where the middle layer can be either plain pressed or side pressed. These bamboo blockboards are especially interesting in applications where the side of the panel remains visible such as kitchen work tops.


  • This thick bamboo veneer is mainly used as a panel cover where the bamboo is laminated on a substrate. Most applications require pressing on both sides of the substrate to prevent bowing. The result is a “sandwich” panel.

  • Although the bamboo species “MOSO” is formally not a wood but a grass, it has excellent “hardwood like” characteristics: it is very hard and durable. Combined with the high stability (little shrink and swell) it is the perfect raw material for MOSO bamboo flooring.
  • MOSO Tambour is bamboo in a flexible mat form, often applied to cover a substrate panel. Traditionally bamboo strips were pressed together but Eco-Core® Moso Bamboo Tambour strips are connected in an alternative flexible way by taping the backside and attached to a fabric backing.

  • MOSO Tambour is bamboo in a flexible mat form, often applied to cover a substrate panel.

  • Eco-Core® Natural Stone-Veneer is a natural stone surface obtained from quarries around the world.

  • The Eco-Core® Poplar Multiply with High Pressure Laminates is plywood composed of layers of poplar veneer sheets laminated on both faces with white matte, slightly textured High Pressure Laminates.


  • MOSO Tambour is bamboo in a flexible mat form, often applied to cover a substrate panel. Bamboo strips are traditionally pressed together but Eco-Core® Moso Bamboo Tambour strips are connected in an alternative flexible way by taping the backside and attached to a fabric backing.

  • These are solid hardwood made of European Oak smoked to dark colours. The solid timber undergoes a special smoking process, a method that can attain an even and consistent dark colour to the heart or core of the timber.

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