Laminated Bamboo | Moso

Moso laminated bamboo refers to a type of bamboo that has been processed and compressed to create a durable and versatile building material. Moso bamboo is a species of bamboo that is native to China and is known for its exceptional strength and fast growth rate.

To create laminated bamboo, the Moso bamboo stalks are first cut into strips and then boiled to remove any sugars and starches. The strips are then dried and coated with a low-VOC adhesive before being pressed and bonded together under high pressure to create a solid panel.

Moso laminated bamboo has many desirable characteristics for use in construction and design. It is an eco-friendly and sustainable material that is renewable, biodegradable, and requires minimal processing. It is also extremely strong and durable, with a higher strength-to-weight ratio than many traditional building materials such as wood and steel. Additionally, it has a unique and attractive appearance, with a natural wood-like grain pattern.

Moso laminated bamboo is commonly used in a variety of applications, including flooring, furniture, cabinetry, and wall paneling. It can also be used in structural applications such as beams and columns, as well as for exterior siding and roofing.