MDF(medium-density fibreboard) is produced by pressing small wood particles under high pressure and temperature. Wood particles are obtained by shredding hard, soft or waste wood. Urea resin and melamine are added to them as a binder. From the upcoming mass, different sized boards are formed at high temperature and pressing. The result is stronger and denser product than normal particle board.
Standard MDF is widely used in the construction and furniture industries. With excellent surface features and consistent quality – its reputation is second to none.
Plastfurnir Ltd offers MDF panels with thicknesses of 2.7-30 mm and sizes 2800/2070; 3050/1850; 2100-1830 etc.