|Size:||198*58*35 Cm||Color:||As Picture Or As Your Demand|
South american style wooden coffin, Paulownia coffin
Size: 198*58*35 cm
With lining and lid lining
In China, Tongmu is the most important material for drawers and bedboards. Tongmu is used as a drawer for domestically renowned furniture manufacturers such as Dalian Huafeng Furniture, Langfang Huari Furniture, Dalian Guangming Furniture, Heilongjiang Huahe Home, and Dynasty Furniture. The production of bed board, Tongmu has the unique characteristics of resistance to rot and acid and alkali, so people are used to using paulownia as a coffin. Resistance to wear: Although the paulownia is light, it is not easy to wear. In the past, the bellows used for cooking were all made of paulownia. The tie rods were rubbed back and forth, but the box plates were not easy to wear. The texture is beautiful and bright: the paulownia has a bright, beautiful and delicate texture with silk, and the natural pattern is very good. Strong soundness: Paulownia is an indispensable instrument for musical instruments. It can stabilize the sound regardless of weather changes, so it is called "Qin Tong". Such as the yangqin, pipa, liuqin and even Qinhu, etc., all with Tong as the board. Easy to engrave and dye: Tongmu is not easy to split but soft in wood, easy to process, easy to engrave and easy to dye. It can be used as beams, rafts, doors and windows, ceilings, tile panels and room partitions in buildings. Because it also has the advantages of being impervious to smoke, moisture, and insects, it is an ideal material for the manufacture of high-end furniture and musical instruments in daily necessities. Paulownia furniture is a popular high-end product in Japan, and Tongmu coffin is the best of funeral etiquette in Korea. In military and industrial terms, since paulownia wood is lighter than ordinary wood, it is used for special purposes such as aviation models, precision instrument casings, liners for passenger and passenger vehicles, air and water transport crates, and advanced paper and crafts. People have matched the paulownia and aluminum alloys into pairs for use on airplanes and submarines.
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