MDF (Medium-Density Fibreboard) is the highest pinnacle of particle board production. The board is produced through a process of uninterrupted dry pressing, and the finished product has smooth surfaces on both sides, which allows for added coverage from both sides. This material is quite close to natural wood, but at the same time is much cheaper, which makes MDF ideal for a variety of uses. This includes the production of wall panels and ceilings, furniture production for offices and daily use, trade equipment, doors, finishing materials for interiors, bodies of acoustic equipment and toys.
- Resistance to temperature changes
- High level of strength
- Higher level of technology used in production
- Lower price compared to natural wood
- Resistance to fungi and micro-organisms