MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard )

Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) is a reconstituted wood panel product. It is a dry-processed fibreboard manufactured from wood fibres, as opposed to veneers or particles, and is denser than plywood and particleboard. MDF has an even density throughout and is smooth on both sides.

MDF is primarily used for internal use applications, in part due to its poor moisture resistance. Obtainable in both standard and moisture resistant substrates, MDF has excellent strength, high quality, surface smoothness and stability and superior edge profile. The surface can be painted to achieve a high quality finish and provides a uniform substrate for decorative overlaying of melamine paper and wood veneers.

Some applications included Shopfitting, Doors, Craft, Cabinetry and Furniture

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