The wood is obtained from renewable FSC-certified cultivation in the EU

To produce the veneer layer wood/plywood , veneers are peeled from trunk pieces of the tree that have been cut to length and debarked.

During peeling, the peeling block is turned into a long veneer web, which is then sorted into pieces of veneer of a suitable size. During sorting, defects such as larger knots and cracks are removed at the same time. The veneers with a thickness of between 0.8 and 4 millimeters are technically dried, glued and laid to form the corresponding veneer blanks. Depending on the number and thickness of the veneers, the laminated veneer lumber is between a few millimeters and several centimeters thick. Our plates are 21mm. In practice, the term has also come into use for laminated veneer lumber with a thickness of more than twelve millimeters and at least three layers of veneer plywood naturalized.

The laminated veneer lumber is finished in presses at high pressure and temperatures of around 150 °C. After cooling, it is trimmed, ground and cut to the desired final dimensions.

Production of birch multiplex I the individual steps

  • Wet storage of logs
  • Debarking and cutting the logs to length
  • peeling the veneer
  • drying of the veneer
  • Sorting the veneer
  • shafts of the veneer
  • Joining the veneer
  • Glue
  • Press hot
  • trimming
  • Ribbons
  • packaging


Products made of laminated veneer lumber are real climate protectors. The increased and responsible use of wood products plays an important role in reducing greenhouse gases. Because of the carbon storage and the substitution effect, wood products help to save more than 100 million tons of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) every year.

carbon storage

Wood grows through solar energy and photosynthesis. Instead of releasing CO2 into the atmosphere, the tree extracts CO2 from it, releases oxygen and stores the carbon in its wood throughout its lifespan. When one ton of wood is formed, 1.8 tons of CO2 (gaseous) are removed from the atmosphere and stored as carbon. This is 500 kg of carbon. In simplified terms, science speaks of carbon equivalents (CO2e).

Material properties :

Our birch plywood panels are sanded on the edges and are untreated. Several birch veneers are glued crosswise, resulting in a material with high dimensional stability. They are made in Finland. The trees, which grow slowly in the Finnish climate, produce fine-grained wood of consistently high quality. 

The following natural properties can occur: Knot inclusions on the edge and possibly different edge colors (see image)

Cleaning and care:

Slight superficial dirt on the untreated edges can be removed using fine-grain sandpaper. Coated surfaces can, if necessary, add a splash of neutral cleaning agent to the cleaning water if they are lightly soiled. Heavy soiling can be removed with a neutral cleaning agent (diluted), then wipe the surface with clear water.

Daily maintenance cleaning is carried out with a soft, lint-free damp cloth.