Ash Square Flush Glazing Bead Type 2

Product Code: ASHGB011

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Ash Square Flush Glazing Bead Type 2

Product Code: ASHGB011

From Excl. VAT: £4.75 From Incl. VAT: £5.70

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Ash Square Flush Glazing Bead for 30 Minute Fire Rated Doors. Please specify door and glass thickness.

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Material Ash
Profile Shape Square Flush
Lead Time Days 10

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Ash

Ash tends to be straight grained. It is a very pale tan/brown, not far off white. This wood has the odd occasional knot and is of coarse texture. It is a hard, tough but elasticated piece of wood. Ash works well with machines and hand tools but has a tolerable blunting effect. It can be finished with oil, lacquer, staining, or varnish. Perfect for internal doors, skirtings, architraves, mouldings and specialist joinery. For internal use only.

BOARDLAND FINISHES

Here at Boardland, giving you the perfect finished product is our main goal. We offer a variety of finishes for softwood and hardwood. Please speak to us if you want advice or a further explanation!

UNPRIMED

If you choose your product to come unprimed, it will come to you as the raw product ready for you to finish as you require.

OIL

If you choose your product to have an oil finish, it will come richer in colour with a brighter finish. Oil isn’t the most durable so wouldn’t want to be used in busy areas or on a table/work surface, which requires more cleaning. The process consists of:

  1. The product is enriched with oil by hand, and then left to seep in.
  2. It is then lightly sanded to fill in any pores with the oil and wood dust to create a smoother finish.
  3. Quality checked by our QA manager.

CLEAR LACQUER

If you choose your product to have a clear lacquer finish, it will come with a hard coating with a 30% sheen. This surface is very durable, perfect for lots of use. The process consists of:

  1. The product is sanded ready for polishing.
  2. It is wiped down and 2 coats of lacquer is applied.
  3. Then, it is lightly sanded, which breaks down the grain for a smooth finish.
  4. A further coat of lacquer is applied to seal and create the hard top.
  5. Quality checked by our QA manager.