Moso Bamboo Tambour Faced Panel on Eco-Core White Birch Multiply

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. Transforming the bamboo stem is done by cutting it lengthwise into strips and the outer green skin removed. The strips are then treated against mould and insects. They can be boiled (steamed) so that the sugars burn off and the material turns a caramel brown colour. The strips are then kiln dried, pressed and glued together under high pressure.


Emission rating will be published upon completion of testing.

Eco-Core® Moso Bamboo Tambour Faced Panel Laminated to Eco-Core® White Birch Multiply is available in Natural and Caramel. The widths of the bamboo slats on the face are 3.5, 7 and 17mm. Panel sizes are 2440mm x 1220mm x 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 29, 37, 42 and 46mm, laminated on one side, long grain and 2440mm x 1220mm x 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 28, 34, 39, and 44mm, laminated on two sides, long grain.

With 50mm wide bamboo slats the panel sizes are 2440mm x 1220mm x 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 30, 33, 39, and 45mm, laminated on one side, long grain and 2440mm x 1220mm x 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 30, 36, 42, and 48mm, laminated on two sides, long grain.

* Now available in a ZERO GLOSS finish, please forward your enquiry.

The bamboo tambour mats are laminated onto Eco-Core® White Birch Multiply with low formaldehyde adhesive.

Being a flexible material makes the Eco-Core® Moso Bamboo Tambour very useful in many applications such as doors, cabinetry, wall cladding etc.

Typical applications include doors, wall panels, table tops, shelving, cabinetry and other furniture joinery and interior applications.

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