Fibreboard (MDF) fibreboard (MDF) – MDF – sheet material, produced during hot-pressing mass of wood fibers formed into a mat. These fibers are prepared by steaming and grinding of raw wood. They represent the individual cells of tissues, their fragments or groups of wood cells. Serve as raw material and sawmill waste woodworking, machining chips, and firewood. To improve the performance properties of the mass added hardening agents (eg, synthetic resin), paraffin, ceresin, antiseptics, etc.
The formation of the mat can be carried out in an aqueous medium to produce smooth-sided plates (wet method of production) or in the air to give the board two-sided smoothness (dry method). MDF manufactured construction furniture components, backs and shelves of cabinets and pedestals, lower shelves of sofas, drawers, headboard wall. They are also used in the manufacture of ply-curve parts with the outer layers of veneer stock rocks. Medium-density fiberboard, MDF or medium density fiberboard, or MDF – MDF – a slab material made from dried wood fibers treated with synthetic binders and formed into a mat with followed by hot pressing and grinding. MDF – a more advanced board materials compared with particleboard and fiberboard. Today the IDF is an active competitor for DSP, as evidenced by the recent slowdown in consumption.
Veneer. The German word Span (Spann) – chip – has become in today's Russian terminology in the veneer and means thin sheet material obtained from solid wood by peeling or slicing and used for lining surfaces or manufacture of plywood. Superior performance, quality and proximity to environmentally friendly natural wood, and finally, the possibility of special treatment and textured surface makes this kind of production is particularly attractive for the production of high quality furniture. At IDF, there is one obvious disadvantage-product of it very heavy. Laminating Lamination – facing films based on securities impregnated with melamine resin, cured under high temperatures and pressures. The coating is resistant to scratches, impact of chemical reagents, and is analogous to the decorative paper and laminate (DBSP), manufactured by similar technology in Germany and called a laminate. We call laminate laminated chipboard and MDF. The main purpose of the laminate, an imitation of a natural material and attempt to cheapen the product. This material is used for the manufacture of furniture facades, structural components of furniture, wall shelves and cabinets, lateral and horizontal surfaces, desks, countertops. Utterly recommend use in the manufacture of laminate and natural material (for example, the front-array, and the visible side of the laminate products) because laminate has a limited color palette, but try to get into. You should remember that all these materials are varieties that can be completely unfamiliar to you the cost (eg, pine top class costs more than oak). We may at your option to use in the manufacture of Order various materials and, of course, on the above, our capabilities do not end there. We can combine different materials (such as tying front-solid wood, inlay veneer chipboard or MDF).