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Frameless Cabinet Construction 2019-02-08

Frameless Cabinet Construction




A) 3/4" thick door panel
B) urethane door bumper
C) 3/4" thick drawer panel                                                M) 3/4" thick hanging rail
D) 3/8" thick drawer bottom                                             N) 3/4" thick plywoods shelves
E) 3/4" back panel                                                             O) 3/4" thick side panel
F) 3/4" thick hanging rail                                                    P) European style concealed hinges
G) dovetail drawer construction                                       Q) mortise and tenon door construction
H) full extension, soft closing slide                                      R) 3/4" thick door panel
I) 3/4" thick side panel                                                        S) urethane door bumper
J) 3/4" thick plywood shelves
K) European style concealed hinges

L) mortise and tenon door construction

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS GUIDE


C A B I N E T   C A R E   &   M A I N T E N A N C E

Thermofoil and Laminnate Cabinets


• The following are guidelines and recommendations to keep your cabinets beautiful. We use high quality,
advanced solid-color and/or wood grain vinyl materials for our thermofoil cabinets.
• The state of the art laminating process results in a seamless surface that looks like paint, but is extremely
resistant to chipping, cracking and most household chemicals.
• For easy cleanup, just wipe with a damp cloth and a mild detergent.
• Do not use harsh detergents, abrasive cleaners, or bleach, as these substances can damage the laminate surface
and impair its protective qualities.
• Clean all spills immediately using a soft cloth and clear water. The surface resists many common household
substances, and most will wipe clean with a damp cloth or sponge.
o move oil, grease, or other general soil that does not respond to water alone with a non-abrasive cleaner.
o Tough stains may be cleaned using a soft cloth dampened with a "409" or "Simple Green" type cleanser.
However, cleaners with acetone, ethyl alcohol or mineral oils should not be used.
• Do not use your dishcloth to clean or dry cabinet exteriors. It may contain remnants of detergents and grease.
• Do not apply wax or polish to these surfaces. Buildup overtime can actually dull and discolor the surface.
• Routine cleaning will help prevent long term damage from smoke and grease.
• When possible, keep cabinets out of direct sunlight or close curtains during the sunniest part of the day.
Longterm direct sunlight can cause cabinets to lighten or darken over time.
• Try to avoid exposing your cabinets to very hot and cold environments. Extremes in temperature and moisture
can cause wood to expand and contract, eventually damaging the finish.
• Light cleaning
Clean all spills immediately using a clean soft cloth dampened with clean water then dry immediately.
• Heavier cleaning
Oils, grease and other soils that do not clean with water may be removed using a solution of mild soap and water.

The surface should be rinsed immediately with a clean, damp cloth and dried thoroughly.



PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS GUIDE


C A B I N E T   C A R E   &   M A I N T E N A N C E

Solid  Wood Cabinets

• Regular exterior cleaning requires only wiping with a damp cloth and then drying. Remove oil, grease or

soil using a clean cloth dampened with a fresh solution of mild soap and water. Rinse with a clean, damp
cloth, and then dry thoroughly. Never use soap pads, steel wool or cleaners that contain bleach,
ammonia or abrasives. These agents may cause discoloration, marring or dulling of the finish. Do not
wax or polish cabinet surfaces. Wax build-up will leave a residue that is difficult to remove.
• Do not use harsh detergents, strong soap, abrasive cleaners, or self-polishing waxes. All of these items
can remove the cabinet's factory-applied finish.
• Do not use a dishcloth to clean or dry cabinet exteriors. It may contain remnants of detergents and
grease.
• Treat your cabinets as you would fine furniture and they will reward you with long-lasting beauty. Excess
moisture is an enemy of any finish. The sink, cooking range, dishwasher, oven and baseboard areas are
the most susceptible. Immediately dry surface where water may have spilled, using a clean cloth. Avoid
draping damp cloths or dishtowels over the cabinet doors. Over a period of time, this moisture could
cause permanent damage to your cabinet finish.
• Routine cleaning will help prevent long term damage from smoke and grease. They should be avoided
because they can form a hard film over time, dulling the finish.
• When possible, keep cabinets out of direct sunlight or close curtains during the sunniest part of the day.
Direct sunlight will cause cabinets to lighten or darken over time.
• Try to avoid exposing your cabinets to very hot and cold environments. Extremes in temperature and
moisture can cause wood to expand and contract, eventually damaging the finish
We recommend that you allow your new cabinetry to acclimate itself to the environment of your home
for 30 to 60 days. During this acclimation period, you may notice some shifting of doors that may make
them appear to be warped or bowed.
• This is a normal occurrence as the wood in your cabinetry expands and contracts as it adjusts to its new
environment.
• If for some reason your new cabinetry does not properly settle after this period of time please contact
Best Cabinet and Granite Supply, and we will resolve the issue with the best possible solution. Individual
distinctions and characteristicʼs are part of the beauty of any wood product. These naturally occurring
variations create a sophisticated charm that makes your cabinets one of a kind. Much like fine leather,
glazed tile or even precious gemstones, each piece of wood has its own unique traits. The type of soil the
tree was grown in, the weather, even the amount of moisture and sunlight have effects on graining and
induce delicate color variations.
• As with other natural materials, wood cabinetry will gradually darken or mellow in response to aging,

light and UV exposure.


THERMOFOIL


Thermofoil is a surface finish applied to cabinets by multiple manufacturers. It is a plastic material

which is thermoformed to the profile of an underlying engineered wood core such as medium-density
fiberboard. Thermofoil typically has a high-quality sheen and may incorporate metallic elements in its
finish (analogous to the metallic paint on an automobile).
Often used for making kitchen cabinet doors, this reasonably priced and commonly available synthetic
material is a thin, tight, heat-sealed plastic wrap used to mold over an MDF substrate. Thermofoil cabinet
doors can be a solid color or imitation wood grain. The cabinet boxes that accompany these doors can be
finished in various materials such matching thermofoil, coordinating paint, and laminates. Thermofoil is
available in a range of textures and sheen levels, the most popular choice being solid white with a matte
sheen. For a budget kitchen remodel, a thermofoil cabinet door is an easy and economical alternative to
white paint.
The downside of thermofoil is its greater susceptibility to heat and moisture damage compared to other
materials. Heat-generating appliances such as coffeemakers and toasters should not be placed too close
to the cabinets.


Door Specifications

Full overlay from front to edges
of door.

¾” thick medium density
fiberboard

Rigid thermofoil laminate fused
to MDF core.

White melamine backing interior
surface

Mortise and tenon joint
construction on raised door
panels.

5 piece raised door panel or 1
piece door panel


VENEER


A veneer is a thin piece of hardwood that is placed over a piece of manufactured wood. It is attached

using an adhesive. The veneer is applied over medium density fiberboard (MDF) or particleboard. The
frame and shelves of the units are made of particleboard, MDF or plywood, but the viewable surfaces are
covered with veneers. This gives the appearance that the product is solid hardwood, but it is much more
cost effective. Veneers are available in a variety of grains and finishes, and they are typically much more
consistent in appearance than most hardwood products. Veneers are especially suitable for door panels,
exposed sides and interior cabinet areas that will be viewable.



Door Specifications

Full overlay
¾” thick medium density
fiberboard or plywood

Real wood veneer
Complete veneer surfacing with
matched edgebanding

Mortise and tenon joint
construction on raised door
panels

5 piece raised door panel or 1
piece door panel



PRODUCT  SPECIFICATIONS


Q U A R T Z    D A T A


Product Data:

BALOM Quartz is manufactured with 93 percent high quality natural quartz stone, 7 % resin binders,

and proprietary coloring agents that are homogeneous, with uniform color throughout their
thickness .
Product Use:
BALOM Quartz is designed for interior use only, ideal for residential and commercial applications.
BALOM Quartz is a solid, non-porous, highly durable surface and resistant to scratching, staining, and
water absorption and is virtually maintenance free.
Fabrication:
Refer to the BALOM Quartz Fabrication Manual or contact a BALOM Quartz Fabricator or Distributor for
details.
Colors and Finishes:
BALOM Quartz has created a wide array of colors. BALOM Quartz is available in a polished finish.
Handling and Storage:
recommended:
- Store in area protected from the environment
- Wear safety footwear and hand protection

- Material shall be secured when stored and transported to prevent in j ury and damage.




PRODUCT  SPECIFICATIONS


Q U A R T Z    D A T A

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS SHEET

Standard Size
3000*1200/1400/1500mm, 3200*1600mm
Thickness
12mm,15mm,20mm,26mm,30mm
Sample size
80*60*15mm,100*100*15mm
Various Colors
about 100 colors, Colors and sizes from clients are welcome!
Quality Certification
CE/SGS
Raw material
93% quartz+7% resin
Warranty
10 years limited warranty
Water Absorption
0.20%
Flexural Strength
25~35Mpa
Abrasion Resistance
90Mpa
Surface Hardness
7 Mohs
Tone & Figure
Consistent
Flatness
<0.1mm
Angle
<0.2mm
Density
2.3~2.5g/cm3
Water absorption
<0.05%
Compressive Strength
>200Mpa
Glossiness
>55 Degree
Approximate Weight:
Product Type 061 = 10 lbs./ft² (20mm)
Approximate Weight:
Product Type 062 = 14 lbs./ft² (26mm)
Approximate Weight:
Product Type 063 = 15 lbs./ft² (30 mm)

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    E1/E0 grade, Carb-2 approved materials.

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    Full-time QC inspecting every production

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