Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) is an engineered wood product made by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibres, often in a defibrator, combining it with wax and a resin binder, and forming it into panels by applying high temperature and pressure. MDF is generally denser than plywood. It is made up of separated fibres but can be used as a building material similar in application to plywood. It is stronger and denser than particle board.
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Mainly used for laminate flooring, door panels, partition walls, furniture, etc. MDF is mainly used for surface treatment of oil-mixing process in home decoration; MDF is generally used for furniture, because the density of high-density board is too high, very It is easy to crack, so there is no way to make furniture.
Generally, high-density boards are used for interior and exterior decoration, office and civil furniture, audio, vehicle interior decoration, and can also be used as anti-static floors in computer rooms, wall panels, security doors, wall panels, partitions, etc. .
High-density fiberboard is a new type of wood-based board that originated in the United States in the 1990s. Since its inception, the product has been popular in the international market, active in building materials, furniture, household appliances, musical instruments, vehicles and shipbuilding and other industrial fields, and the scope of use is expanding year by year.
Particle board, also known as chipboard or low-density fiberboard, is an engineered wood product manufactured from wood chips and a synthetic resin or other suitable binder, which is pressed and extruded. Particle board is often confused with oriented strand board (OSB) (also known as flakeboard, waferboard, or chipboard), a different type of fiberboard that uses machined wood flakes and offers more strength.
MDF (stands. Medium Density Fiberboard – CD medium density fiber) is a wood-based material made by compressing with the use of temperature lignocellulosic fibers (mostly derived from wood but also of annual plants) with adhesive. The most common used binder is amino resins (urea-formaldehyde, melamine-urea-formaldehyde). MDF is commonly used in relation to the family of dry-formed fiberboard.
High-density fiberboard (HDF for short) is a kind of board made of wood fiber or other plant fiber as raw material, applying urea-formaldehyde resin, or other synthetic resin under the condition of heating and pressure. It is smooth and has good dimensional stability when the ambient temperature and humidity change, and it is easy to carry out surface decoration treatment. The internal organizational structure is fine, especially with dense edges, which can be processed into various special-shaped edges, and can be directly painted without edge sealing, which can achieve better modeling effects.
1. After the raw materials are cut: sent to the conveyor chain, into the cutting machine to be cut into pieces, and fed into the conveyor belt through the scraper and screening machine, and sent to the silo.
2. Hot grinding: The wood chips in the silo are boiled and softened and enter into the hot film of the thermal mill to form fibers. At the same time, sizing is carried out, and the wood chips are dried through the air conveying system pipeline and sent to the fiber silo.
3. Paving: The fibers in the fiber silo are paved through the mesh belt, and the pre-pressed and cut into a blank board while paving.
4. Hot pressing: The formed blank board is sent to the hot pressing machine through the board loading machine, and then sent to the conveying process through the unloading machine after hot pressing.
5. Completion: The hot-pressed blank board is cut horizontally to form a semi-finished board.
six. Sanding: Sanding the rough board after heat dissipation and storage, inspection, selection, etc., and then put it into the finished product warehouse.
With the improvement of people’s living standards, people’s awareness of health, environmental protection and aesthetics has been continuously enhanced. As a new type of wood-based panel, high-density fiberboard is the best substitute for wood and is widely used in building materials, furniture, household appliances, Musical instruments, home decoration, etc., are a kind of new materials with high quality and low price for multiple purposes. High-density board products are very popular among the people.
1220x2440mm or as clients requirement
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Over time, the term “MDF” has become a generic name for any dry-process fibre board. MDF is typically made up of 82% wood fibre, 9% urea-formaldehyde resin glue, 8% water, and 1% paraffin wax. The density is typically between 500 and 1,000 kg/m3 (31 and 62 lb/cu ft). The range of density and classification as light-, standard-, or high-density board is a misnomer and confusing. The density of the board, when evaluated in relation to the density of the fibre that goes into making the panel, is important. A thick MDF panel at a density of 700–720 kg/m3 (44–45 lb/cu ft) may be considered as high density in the case of softwood fibre panels, whereas a panel of the same density made of hardwood fibres is not regarded as so. The evolution of the various types of MDF has been driven by differing need for specific applications.
According to the density, it can be divided into: high-density fiberboard, medium-density fiberboard, low-density fiberboard (the density of medium-density fiberboard is 500 kg/m3 – 880 kg/m3, and the density of high-density fiberboard is ≥ 800 kg/m3).
The national standard (GB/T 11718-2009) is divided into: ordinary MDF, furniture MDF and load-bearing MDF.
According to the use, it can be divided into: furniture board, floor base material, door board base material, electronic circuit board, milling board, moisture-proof board, fireproof board and line board, etc.
The commonly used formats are 1220mm*2440mm and 1830mm*2440mm.
The main thicknesses are: 1mm, 2.4mm, 2.7mm, 3mm, 4.5mm, 4.7mm, 6mm, 8mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 16mm, 18mm, 20mm, 22mm, 25mm, 30mm
Mainly used for laminate flooring, door panels, partition walls, furniture, etc. MDF is mainly used for surface treatment of oil-mixing process in home decoration; MDF is generally used for furniture, because the density of high-density board is too high, very It is easy to crack, so there is no way to make furniture. Generally, high-density boards are used for interior and exterior decoration, office and civil furniture, audio, vehicle interior decoration, and can also be used as anti-static floors in computer rooms, wall panels, security doors, wall panels, partitions, etc. . It is also a good material for packaging. In the future, it will be used as a base material to make laminate flooring and so on.
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