Henn quality starts with the choice of raw material
Get to know the finishes and materials that combine beauty and durability to Henn furniture
The high gloss finish is done through the application of varnish, which provides glare and ensures more beauty to furniture.
With technology that raises even more visual and tactile feel of the wood, Henn Print texture brings synchronized triple spindles and superior finish.
The BP – Low Pressure – is a laminated material that combines beauty and strength, adding more value to Henn’s furniture. It is one of the items used in the lining of our MDP and MDF boards, ensuring Henn’s principle of caring for the quality of its products.
The MDF - Medium Density Fiberboard - is homogeneous because it has no layers, which is the result of the agglutination of wood fibers with synthetic resin. As it is made up of non-compact fibers, it allows the wood to be cut in any direction, allowing a pretty accurate machining work. It is used for manufacture of curvilinear and machining parts.
MDP - Medium Density Particleboard - consists of three layers of wood chips, generally Pinus, which are the two outer layers of small weight and the heavier internal one. This separation gives chips dimensional stability, sound insulation and resistance to warping and deformations. In the furniture industry, MDP is used in rectilinear furniture, in which there is no machining - windows, cabinets, counters - and, mostly, in those requiring mechanical resistance.