Its warm and natural appearance with its clear colour and fine grain makes Beech one of the most used woods in Europe.
Beech is an european species that mostly comes from Western and Central Europe. Compared with other european species Beech is large in dimension. Moreover, in some regions the Beech tends to have a great tension and buckles as a result of irregular annual ring formation.
This veneer is available either crown cut or quarter cut and as a constructional veneer. Its grain is fine and its fibre is straight, although slightly twisted fibres may occur in very thick trees. Growth rings are regularly differentiated, the spring area is much wider and lighter colour than the summer area.
Its colour varies from orange white to a more or less intense pink or reddish-brown. The sapwood and heartwood are not clearly separated, and often when Beech get older, the heartwood turns Brown.
As a fairly plain wood veneer, Beech Quarter Cut is widely used in many areas of woodworking including interior doors, kitchens and furniture-making, and is excellently suited for bending. Beech also is well-suited for work benches as well as being wood construction lumber.
Beech Quarter Cut Trigo is characterized by a warm colour that highlights the natural wood appearance, turning its natural look into a clear yellowish and appealing tone. Due to this, Trigo (wheat) colour enables the creation of warm spaces that convey harmony and well-being.
Its intense finishing makes Beech Quarter Cut Trigo into a remarkably fashionable wood in the veneer sector.