The medium density fibreboard (MDF) is produced from the finest raw materials – mainly high quality de-barked softwood and beechwood. It can be supplied in various structures, paper faced one or two sides.
Compared to many other wood based materials MDF has a higher bending strength, a higher perpendicular tensile strength and excellent screw holding properties. The mechanical load bearing capacity and resistance of MDF are higher than those of conventional chipboard.
Better values are also obtained on swell behaviour. The medium density fibreboard is characterised by mechanical, technological and physical properties that are comparable with those of solid wood.
All the boards are E1 products!
E0, E1 and E2. This classification is based on the measurement of formaldehyde emission levels. For instance, E0 is classified as having less than 3 milligrams of formaldehyde out of every 100 grams of the glue used in particleboard and plywood fabrication. Be sure that when working with suppliers that they adhere to these international standards and those specific to your country both to protect your business and the health of your customers