Veneers

Veneer is the finest expression of high quality wood. It is a thin layer of wood that is sliced from a log. Slicing a log into veneer is maximising the yield and is the most sustainable way to use the wood. Only the top quality logs are used for slicing veneers.

TP Veneer can offer a large range of North American and European species for use in doors, panels, furniture and office / hotel fit-outs.
The most exotic and rare burls and figured species can be sourced on demand. The standard thickness of veneer is approximately 0.5mm. Heavier thicknesses up to 3mm are also available to order. We can also offer veneer with special treatments such as fumed, tinted and rough cut. A rustic collection is available in random matched and a wire brushed finish, and pressed onto paper-backed panels.

The major standard veneer species by region are available from stock.

From Europe:

  • Oak
  • Ash
  • Beech
  • Birch
  • Pine
  • Larch
  • Sycamore

From North America:

  • Oak
  • Walnut
  • Ash
  • Cherry
  • Maple

All our material is sourced from sustainably managed forests. We are chain of custody certified, and can supply FSC certified veneer.

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Our veneers have all the advantages:

  • Sustainable use of raw material
  • Careful selection of quality
  • FSC and PEFC certified
  • Produced with state of the art technology
  • Large inventory to select from.

Wood is a regenerative raw material, but we all know that it is not endless, and must be treated with care and respect just like any other natural resource. As a veneer manufacturer and dealer, by definition we contribute to the most efficient possible use of wood, but that isn’t enough for us. We insist on controlled harvesting and continuous reforestation.

We work with wood suppliers who share these principles, and like all IVC companies we are FSC certified. The FSC forestry certification system was introduced to assure sustainable use of forest resources. In a separate system, the certification also includes monitoring of the fl ow of wood products through processing and to the trade, from forest to end-user (chain of custody certification).

 

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