Protect the environment

“Let’s treat well the earth on which we live: it was not donated by our fathers, but we borrowed it from our children.”


Formaldehyde is used for the production of many adhesives and resins used in manufacturing wood panels, among other things.

Panels made in this way can release formaldehyde molecules into the air in the form of gas, which can be harmful to people when exposed to large quantities.

Essebi has always paid special attention to this subject, manufacturing its products with the lowest possible formaldehyde emissions.

To this end, Essebi it guarantees that all its products and the materials employed in their manufacture are in class E1, as required by Italian Ministerial Decree of 10/10/2008.

It uses panels that comply with CARB2: that is to say, panels with very low formaldehyde emissions (approximately half the E1 level) based on CARB regulations designed to reduce emissions from wood products marketed in the American state of California.

The Ecological chipboard V70 panel enhances creativity, aesthetics and harmony, giving back all the warmth and elegance of wood while protecting the environment.

Pannello tipo P2 (EN 312), Prodotto Italiano
Certiquality UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 – Sistema qualità
Fsc N° Cert: FSC-CQ-COC- 000001 – 100 % Recycled

In the production process of lacquered doors the solvents used are eliminated by the combustors to emit only clean air into the atmosphere. In addition, the raw material comes from certified forests, guaranteed by the "chain of custody". E1 formaldehyde emissions in accordance with the test method EN 120.

For the finishing of the veneered doors urea liquid or powder glues are used wiht low formaldehyde content (EN 120, Class E1, EN 717-2). For edging chipboard panels glues are based EVA (UNI 9242).