Balaji Timber Supplying Co., is also the succession company of M/S SRINIVASA TIMBER DEPOT since 1960. The company is not only procuring and supplying timber, but also other associated products like plywood, chipboards, MDF and Laminates. The company has diversified itself from timber saw milling and trading to manufacturing PreLaminated Boards and procuring Plywood from domestic and parts of globe.
The products which are manufactured and marketed by our Company are supplied with high level of quality consistency and committment . Our manufacturing facilities have machineries from the renowned manufacturers of equipment for this industry.
The company was setup in 1960 in Chennai with joint effort of Sri.K.P.L.Kantha Rao, Late Sri V.Veerabhadra Rao and Late Sri.K.P.Chandra Rao. Consequently, the effort for glorifying the company further is initiated by Sri.K.Sundar Rao. Sri.K.P.L. Kantha Rao has ample years of experience, who has created himself a special position in the timber industry.
Sri.K.P.L.Kantha Rao has been successively serving as President of The Chennai Timber and Plywood Merchants Association for three terms. The products delivered by our company are regularly checked by experienced staff in order to maintain quality delivery to customers.
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The word teak comes from the Malayalam word thekku. In Bengali it is called 'Segun' (সেগুন) or more commonly as Sagwan in various Indian languages. But it is naturalized and cultivated in many countries, including those in Africa and the Caribbean. Burma accounts for nearly one third of the world's total teak production. Teak is a yellowish brown timber with good grains and texture. It is used in the manufacture of door / window frames, room ventilator frame, outdoor furniture, boat decks, and other articles where weather resistance is desired. It is also used for cutting boards, indoor flooring, counterto ps and as a veneer for indoor furnishings.
Teak, though easily worked, can cause severe blunting on edged tools because of the presence of silica in the wood. Teak's natural oils make it useful in exposed locations, and make the timber termite and pest resistant. Teak is durable even when not treated with oil or varnish. Timber cut from old teak trees was once believed to be more durable and harder than plantation grown teak. Studies have shown Plantation teak performs on par with old-growth teak in erosion rate, dimensional stability, warping, and surface checking, but is more susceptible to color change from UV exposure.
Padauk wood is obtained from several species of Pterocarpus. All padauks are of African or Asian origin. Padauks are valued for their toughness, stability in use, and decorativeness, most having a reddish wood. Most Pterocarpus woods contain either water- or alcohol-soluble substances and can be used as dyes.
The padauk found most often is African Padauk from Pterocarpus soyauxii which, when freshly cut, is a very bright red but when exposed to sunlight fades over time to a warm brown. Its colour makes it a favourite among woodworkers. Burmese Padauk is Pterocarpus macrocarpus while Andaman Padauk is Pterocarpus dalbergioides. Padauks can be confused with rosewoods to which they are somewhat related, but as a general rule padauks are coarser and less decorative in figure.
BeechWood (Fagus sylvatica)
The European species Fagus sylvatica yields a utility timber that is tough but dimensionally unstable. It weighs about 720 kg per cubic metre and is widely used for furniture framing and carcass construction, flooring and engineering purposes, in plywood and in household items like plates, but at times it is used as a decorative wood at little humid climtes as well. The timber can be used to build chalets, houses and log cabins.
Beech wood is used for the stocks of military rifles when traditionally preferred woods such as walnut are scarce or unavailable or as a lower-cost alternative.
We undertake orders for all the above species for making door frames as per customer specifications.
Silver Oak (Grevillea robusta)
Ithas been introduced to subtropical regions around the world commencing in the mid to late 19th century and is widely planted in India, Sri Lanka, Central & South America and Africa.
Dubbed the most workable wood in the World in the 1800s, Silver Oak was originally from Australia. Now it grows in various other regions of the tropics to as far north as L.A. The dust from this wood is an irritant in 20% of the population. Beautiful pinks, reds, and golden tones combine with exceptional iridescent qualities to make this an excellent choice for instruments. Unique grain patterns with beautiful rays set this exotic hardwood apart from other woods. It is a relatively inexpensive choice, but is viewed by some Luthiers as preferable due to its great acoustical properties.
Out of India, it is used for making guitars also. However, Silver Oak in India is more preferable for scaffolding purpose as it has more water holding capacity and good nail holding grip even at minute distance of nailing points.
Sycamore Maple (Acer pseudoplatanus)
It is planted for timber production; the wood is white with a silky lustre, and hard-wearing, used for musical instrument making, furniture, wood flooring and parquetry. Occasional trees produce wood with a wavy grain, greatly increasing the value for decorative veneers. The wood is a medium weight for a hardwood. It is a traditional wood for use in making the backs, necks and scrolls of violins.
The wood is often marketed as rippled sycamore. Its uses are mainly indoor due to its perishability when in contact with soil.
Walnut (Juglans regia)
In other words French, English, Italian and even Persian Walnut are all essentially the same botanical species. Differences in appearance are climatic and topographical, not political. European Walnut is reputed to work well with hand and machine tools, possesses medium bending strength and a very good steam bending classification. There is medium movement in service and the timber is used for high class furniture and cabinet making, turning and carvery. Historically much of the Queen Anne period furniture was crafted from Walnut.
Red Oak (Quercus rubra)
The northern red oak is one of the most important oaks for timber production in North America. Quality red oak is of high value as lumber and veneer, defective logs are used as firewood. Other related oaks are also cut and marketed as red oak, although their wood is not always of as high a quality. These include eastern black oak, scarlet oak, pin oak, Shumard oak, southern red oak and other species in the red oak group.
Construction uses include flooring, veneer, interior trim, and furniture. It is also used for lumber, railroad ties, and fence posts.
Red oak wood grain is so open that smoke can be blown through it from end-grain to end-grain on a flat-sawn board. For this reason, it is subject to moisture infiltration and is unsuitable for outdoor uses such as boatbuilding or exterior trim.
Wenge (Millettia laurentii)
The wood is popular in segmented woodturning because of its dimensional stability and color contrast when mixed with lighter woods such as maple. This makes it especially sought after in the manufacture of high-end wood canes.
The wood is sometimes used in the making of archery bows, particularly as a laminate in the production of flatbows. It can also be used in the making of rails or pin blocks on hammered dulcimers. The wood is heavy and hard, suitable for flooring and staircases.
We undertake orders for making door frames for all major hardwood species and deliver sizes for all wood species as per customer specifications.
VARSHA MR Grade (Commercial Plywood) – (ISI:303)
"MR" is the acronym of "Moisture Resistant" . MR glue means the glue is resistant to moisture . Plywood with MR glue is resistant to moisture . MR plywood are usually used for home interior application, such as furniture grade plywood / blockboard and so on. Plywood is pressed under high temperature and pressure and is bonded with superior grade resin (conforming to IS 848:1974) resulting in a product which is dimensionally stable, structurally strong, exceptionally durable and has superior nail holding capacity.
The quality of timber used for the manufacture of our plywoods makes them resistant to fungus, rot and other destructive micro-organisms on its own. Our Ply goes through a special treatment using high quality preservatives. The use of these preservatives on our plywoods during hot pressing makes them free from termites and borers. This international antiborer technology has proven to be highly effective and is popular worldwide.
plywood is widely used for the woodworking, furniture making, homes, offices, business centers, hotels etc.
Size (In feet) : 6x3, 6x4, 7x3, 7x4, 8x3, 8x4
Thickness : 4, 6, 8, 12, 18 mm
VARSHA Waterproof Plywood – (ISI:710)
Our Waterproof Plywoods also known as Marine Grade, with better multi-tasking abilities than an ordinary ply to suit different climatic conditions. Bonded with undiluted PF (Phenol Formaldehyde) resins, it can withstand alternate drying and wetting and other temperature variations. Every ply is made from imported Dipterocarpus STT timber, which is equally effective in keeping fishing boats safe from insects and deadly aquatic organisms. The strength is comparatively higher as the face is more thicker than the ordinary plywood.
An ideal choice of furniture & fixture, kitchen, bathroom, cupboard, doors, plywood, bus & truck bodies railway coaches etc. This superior quality plywood is unaffected from boiling water after hour of contact itï¿½s anti-warp, properties makes it literally invincible. Moreover the ply is insulated through special chemical treatment to save it from termites & insects & enhance the life-span of your furniture. the finished plywood is subjected to proper chemical treatment with water-soluble fixed type preservatives under vacuum pressure to ensure protection against wood destroying organism
Extensively used in making of furniture, partitions, racks/shelves, shutters, under layer for decorative laminates etc.
Size (In feet) : 6x3, 6x4, 7x3, 7x4, 8x3, 8x4
Thickness : 4, 6, 8, 12, 18 mm
MARGO Densified Shuttering Plywood : ISI:4990
film faced shuttering plywood is manufactured with high density timber in ultra modern hot presses. Since it is manufactured with CPGL technology, thus it has extra strength than ordinary film face ply. For structurally strong and better bonding it is treated differently while manufacturing.
Margo film face shuttering ply is widely known for the maximum repetitions it gives. Users find it a very useful & economical product worth their investment.
Special features of Margo film faced shuttering plywood are:
Margo film faced shuttering plywood is most effective in RCC constructions.
It has a smooth mirror like superior finishing on both surfaces.
It saves up to 45% of cost compared to other similar products due to more repetition during shuttering work.
Its cross laminated structure between face veneer, core veneer and the film again enhances the strength of ply.
After using it as shuttering plywood for many times, it can be re-used for paneling, roofing, flooring, partitions etc.
Cleaning and oiling the surface increasing the life of plywood.
Use screws to fix shuttering plywood.
Store it properly stacked under a shed.
Care should be taken during transport to avoid scratches.
Should be recoated with mould oil before the next use.
The edges of a board in pack shall be in a straight vertical line.
Side screwing & nailing strictly prohibited.
Don't use the material without suitable mould oil.
Don't allow the material to fell down from top/certain height of the building.
The plywood shall not be dragged over one another as this would scratch the surface.
Don't allow the material to use without sealants at the cut edges.
Don't allow the material to stack without proper drying.
It is being used widely in the construction of bridges, flyovers, metro projects, ship building, water tanks, cooling towers, all high rise buildings etc., which need maximum strength and security.
Sizes : 1840 x 1220 mm, 2440 x 1220 mm, 2745 x 1525 mm, 3050 x 1525 mm, 3200 x 1675 mm
Thicknesses : 9, 12, 15, 18, 25, 30 mm
Weight : 23, 30, 34, 36, 38 & 42 KG in 12mm 38, 45, 52, 54, 56 & 60 kg in 19mm
Density : 0.65 to 1.20 gm/cm3
Decorative Veneered Plywood
In woodworking, veneer refers to thin slices of wood, usually thinner than 3 mm (1/8 inch), that typically are glued onto core panels. Veneer is obtained either by "peeling" the trunk of a tree or by slicing large rectangular blocks of wood known as flitches. The appearance of the grain and figure in wood comes from slicing through the growth rings of a tree and depends upon the angle at which the wood is sliced. Furniture made with wood veneer uses less wood than the same piece of furniture made with solid wood. Some projects built using wood veneer would not be possible to construct using solid lumber, owing to expansion and contraction caused by fluctuation of temperature and humidityThere are a number of "patterns" common to veneered work. This refers to the way the veneers are laid up.
A: Book matched: where the veneers are opened from the flitch much like the pages of a book.
B: Slip matched: where the pieces are joined together in the order they come from the flitch, and have the same face kept up.
C: Radial matched: where the veneer is cut into wedge shaped pieces and joined together.
D: Diamond matched: where the pattern formed is diamond shaped.
MARGO Chequered Plywood
Margo chequered plywood is one of the best transportation purpose plywood. The ply has a chequered pattern on its surface. Because of high pressure, the panel develops high density that can sustain high traffic on flooring in public & industrial use.
Application : This is an anti-skid plywood which is useful in flooring specially in heavy vehicles and large containers. It is useful in automobile sector for ceiling, paneling, seat back rest etc.
Thicknesses : 12, 15, 19 & 25 mm
Weight : 33 & 36 Kg in 12 mm, 38 & 44 Kg in 15 mm
Sizes : 5.5 x 2.5 feet to 10.5 x 5.5 feet
Density : 0.845 to 1.20 gm/cm3
MARGO Container Flooring
MARGO container flooring is produced by selected hardwood veneers. It is an extremely durable transportation flooring that has to withstand the movement of forklifts continually driving over the surface while loading and unloading containers.
Application : Floor of containers and heavy load carrying vehicles or other applications that require high strength durable material.
Thickness : 28mm
Size : 2440 x 1220 mm to 3200 x 1675 mm
Density : 0.65 to 1.00 gm/cm3
Product Name : 28mm, container flooring densified (IICL TB-001)
Adhesive : BWP grade
Application : Cargo container flooring
Kitply Gold Waterproof Plywood >>hypelink to www.kitply.com
Kitply Gold is weather proof and insect resistant. It is our premium brand and we can proudly say that it is the best that can be offered to our customers.Kitply Gold is manufactured as per IS 710 standards, which means the plywood is Boiling Water Proof (BWP) for 72 hours.
Density gms/cc: 0.65 to 0.70, Bending strength kg/sq.cm.: above 400,
Screw holding strength normal to face: above 250kg
Nail holding strength
normal to face: above 60kgs
Fire resistant: quite high
Swelling in cold water at room temperature: Approx. 1%
Tensile strength: 600 kg/sq.cm.
Moisture content: 8 -12%
Standard Thickness:3.5mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 16mm, 19mm, and 25mm
Standard Size (in cms.)244 X 122, 214 X 122, 184 X 122, 244 X 92, 214 X 92, 184 X 92.
SRG Marine Grade Gurjan Plywood >>hyperlink to www.srgroupindia.com
SRG marine plywood is specially treated plywood that is designed to resist rotting in a high-moisture environment. It is manufactured with utmost care in the supervision of technical experts with well selected pieces of core and face veneers. Further, the finished plywood is subjected to proper chemical treatment with water-soluble fixed type preservatives under vacuum pressure to ensure protection against wood destroying organism and to make the product insects, borer, termites and fungi free.
Applications : Extensively used in making of furniture, partitions, racks/shelves, shutters, under layer for decorative laminates etc.
Flush door are assembled with hard wood which is known for its load bearing capacity. Full size frames are used for better strength. Both side lock rails are provided for sufficient strength to the handles and knobs.
All core, battens and frames are treated with special chemical, which makes the door stable in case of borer and termite attack. BWP grade PF resin is used during manufacturing which provide long life to doors in any climate.
Grades : Plastic Coated, One Side Decorative, Both Side Decorative, Non Decorative (Paint Grade).
Standard Size (In Mtrs.)
2105 x 900, 2105 x 800, 2105 x 700
2005 x 900, 2005 x 800, 2005 x 700
1905 x 900, 1905 x 800, 1905 x 700
Primer Paneled Doors
It is transformed into a beautiful and functional door by laminating two pieces of moulded door skins over it. Honeycombs as wel as solid timber strips infill are then used to fill up the hollow core between the door skins for strength and stability.
The door skins are made of high quality HDF, which ensured minimal moisture retention and bloating, as compared to MDF door skins. Compared to other types of doors, skin doors have near to zero defects and do not expand or contract as much, even in extreme climate conditions. Even if they experience severe expansion and contraction, skin doors will still retain their shape.
RICHWUD Pre-Laminated Particle Boards
Decorative Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC) is designed with RICHWUD Plain Board laminated on impregnated melamine paper. The board is widely used for interior decoration applications for the home, kitchen as well as office furnitures. The standard panel size comes in 1220mm x 2440mm (4' x 8') with standard thickness of 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 16mm, 18mm, 25mm and 30mm.
RICHWUD Pre-Laminated Particle Boards are is being widely used in the furniture making industry, especially in manufacturing office furniture, kitchen set, home furniture such as home entertainment set, TV rack, and in making color boxes.
RICHWUD Pre-Laminated MDF
Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) is an engineered wood panel product. It is specially manufactured for furniture and joinery industries. The homogenous nature of Richwud fibreboard has consistency from surface to core. And its versatility allows intricate and precise machining and finishing techniques when producing high quality furniture, cabinetry components, craft work and flooring.
The overall strength and smooth surface of Richwud fibreboard make it suitable for painting to achieve high quality finishing and provide a uniform substrate for overlaying. Furthermore, it can be worked easily with all conventional woodworking and hand tools.
We also manufacture low emission product. Its formaldehyde content of standard grade MDF can vary according to the nature of the urea formaldehyde or other resin used as a binding agent. Low formaldehyde MDF, is recommended for all applications where the ventilation is likely to be restricted, where damp conditions or high ambient temperatures prevail or where the occupants of a building have special needs, in sheltered accommodation, schools and hospitals, for instance.
The binder or resin used for these types of product are developed to ensure they meet specific formaldehyde emission requirements but at the same time maintain the overall strength and the smoothness of the surface. decorative melamine laminated MDF designed for a wide range interior furnishing and joinery applications. Richwud hard wearing melamine surface makes it particularly suitable for all types of commercial and domestic furniture, kitchen and bathroom cabinets and shop fitting projects.
By blending the style of an international range of decorative solid colours and woodgrain decors, with the durability of a hard wearing melamine surface, and the versatility and workability of MDF, Richwud creates a winning combination for all designers, furniture manufacturers and joiners.
Richwud is a versatile panel product bringing comfort, convenience and contemporary style to open plan living the environments of today.
Rubberwood Finger Jointed Boards
The finger joint (also known as a comb joint) board is a woodworking joint made by cutting a set of complementary rectangular cuts in two pieces of wood, which are then glued. To visualize a finger joint simply interlock the fingers of your hands at a ninety degree angle; hence the name "finger joint." It is stronger than a butt or lap joint, and often forms part of the overall look of the piece. It can be used to make joinery material, beams, table tops, parquet flooring, Cabinet shutters, Wardrobe panels, Stave panels and Staircase panels. It is also used for high traffic areas such as gymnasiums, racquetball clubs and dance floors, as well as the hardwood floors found in homes. In general, finger joints add strength as it has less warpage due to usage of shorter pieces of lumber. They offer a way to upgrade smaller pieces of rubber wood into usable products.
Post Forming / Membrane Shutters
Postforming provides an ideal solution wherever furniture has to be protected from mechanical, thermal or chemical loads. The outstanding benefit: the surface and edge of the panel are protected by a continuous laminate. Traditionally postform countertops were manufactured with a solvent-based contact cement (a highly flammable, volatile organic compound - VOC). However, in today's marketplace PVA adhesives have taken over for reasons of environmental responsibility (no VOC's), safety (non-combustible), economy, and strength of the glue line.
Membrane pressed kitchen shutters are very popular. They are manufactured by using MDF and PVC film suitable for membrane pressing. This is a special film which is printed with the wood grain or any other design which can be elongated without any deformation and this is soft and flexible before it is heated and applied. Once this film is heated and pressed, it becomes very hard and rigid, giving very high scratch resistance and durability.
For this process, heat activated polyurethane glue is used.
Green Panel Max MDF Boards
Green Panelmax Plain MDF is a high-strength panel made from wood or lignocellulosic material which is refined into fibres and then reconstituted with a resin binder at elevated temperatures to form panels which can be used for construction of interiors and furniture, among various other applications. Being manufactured from 100% agro-forestry timber, it is also eco-friendly and an ideal substitute for solid timber and other non eco-friendly panels.
Green Panelmax Plain MDF is available in :
Grade I (Exterior grade) boards are made with special melamine formaldehyde formulated resins which make them ideal for use in water and moisture prone areas.
Grade II (Interior grade) boards can be used in the construction of all types of interiors and furniture.
Sizes: 8’X6’; 8’X4’; 7’X6’; 7’X4’ 6’X 4’ and 6’X 3’.
We also concentrate on all types of turnkey projects (material supply and fabrication) for commercial and re sidential and can supply the material on knock down mode with post forming / PVC Foil membrane shuttering as per customer specification.