Hollow Core Timber Door/MDF Composite Interior Wooden House Doors
|Wood veneer tyle||Oak,Sapele,Walnut,Red Cherry,Ashtree,Rose,Teak,and so on|
|Hardware||Chinese Top Brand, lockset, hinge, door stopper|
|Door Skin||Artificial wood veneer/Painting|
|Type||Wood Veneer Door|
|Style||Classic Style, rural style, Europe style, werstern style ,Chinese
style and so on|
|Application||house resterant hotel interior|
|Advantages||1,easy to Install 2,stable performance 3,dampproof 4,Long service
|Quality control||All the products must pass the inspection by our professional QC
|warranty time||15 years|
What are hollow core doors?
Hollow core doors are doors which are essentially hollow in the
inside, save for some construction paper or cellular cardboard
arranged in a honeycomb pattern. Doors are constructed with hollow
cores as a light, cost effective alternative to solid core doors.
These doors can easily be created in any style, and with certain
panelling, veneers or styling, can easily be made to look like
solid core doors.
What types of doors are made using hollow core construction?
Because hollow doors are weaker, offer less in terms of insulation
and generally underperform solid core doors in just about every
other aspect, they are most commonly used as interior doors. By far
the most common hollow core door type is the conventional hinged
doors, although sliding doors are also very commonly hollow cored.
Hollow core doors can also be used as exterior doors, although the
panelling on the exteriors of the door needs to provide adequate
strength and protection from the elements.
How are hollow core doors constructed?
Hollow core doors normally feature a timber frame made out of
hardwood or pine, along with solid 'lock blocks' on either side of
the door to allow a handle and other door furniture to be mounted on either side of the door. The 'core' of the door is
filled either with waste paper or a cardboard lattice or honeycomb.
Depending on how it's constructed, this type of honeycomb
reinforcement can provide a surprising amount of strength.
The outside of the door is then finished with panelling, which
helps to determine how the door looks, how well it insulates and
how strong it is.