All savvy renovators are concerned about sustainability & the quality of the raw material which is used in any product they are considering. Semble prides ourselves on being an Australian owned manufacturer and we actively seek suppliers who are ethical and environmentally conscious in their practices.
All of our product is sustainably made from either Laminex or Polytec supplied board & laminate -both of these businesses are Australian made and their products meet or exceed Australian Standards. The Cabinet carcasses are made from E1 High Moisture Resistance (HMR) Particleboard (PB) and our coloured board is E0 Moisture Resistance (MR) Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF). Both products are manufactured for and suitable for use in wet areas like Kitchens and Laundries. As part of our focus on sustainability, we actively manage our waste processes.
Each Semble cabinet is pre-machined and cut to be ready for assembly. The assembly process is based on screw & dowell construction. This is a very strong method of assembly and allows a simple process to assemble and screw off. One consequence of this construction style is that the white carcass sides remain have visible screw holes. For this reason, any design is completed with the use of End Panels.
For further information, try the Semble Technical Manual or visit Laminex and Polytec.
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