Medium Density Fibreboard

A premium quality wood composite panel with a fine homogenous structure uniform throughout its thickness, and with an extremely smooth surface.

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Standard Sizes (all supplied with over trim):

  • 1800 x 1200
  • 2100 x 1200
  • 2400 x 1200
  • 2700 x 1200
  • 3600 x 1200
  • 2400 x 1800
  • 3600 x 1800

All available as 2.5,2.7, 3, 4, 4.75,5.5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 15,16, 18, 25, 30, 32,35,38 and 40mm thicknesses
Nonstandard sizes also available.

Applications and Uses

  1. Interior furniture & joinery
  2. Shop fittings
  3. Ceiling & wall linings
  4. Flooring overlays
  5. Shelving & substrate for overlay materials e.g. Natural Wood Veneer, PrimeMelamine, vinyls, printed papers & foil.

Available in two densities:

  1. Regular density for standard use, or
  2. Light, for use where weight is of consideration.

Product Range:

  • MDF regular thick panel - has a superior uniform density for edge profiling. Average density is 725kg/m3 to 750kg/m3. Thicknesses available: 9, 12, 16, 18, 25, 30 and 32mm.
  • MDF regular thin board - an interior panel of very high quality that cuts, drills and routs cleanly. Several sheets can be laminated and built into a curved shape. Not for exterior use. Average density 800kg/m3. Thicknesses available: 3, 4, 4.75, 6 & 7.5mm.
  • MDF light panel - average density 600kg/m3, i.e 20% lighter than standard density panels. Usage is similar to MDF Panel. Thicknesses available: 12, 16, 18, 25 & 30 & 32mm.
  • MDF MR panel - a panel specially formulated for use in areas with higher than normal moisture areas, e.g. kitchens and laundries. Average density 725kg/m3. Thicknesses available 9, 12, 16, 18, 25 , 32,35,38 and 40mm.
  • There is also now are range of formaldehyde emissions  levels that are available
  • E1 which is a low formaldehyde  product this is general mdf
  • E0 which has  a very low formaldehyde emission
  • SE0 super E0 almost no formaldehyde emission
  • NAUF   the best no added urea a formaldehyde added in the making so the levels are so low that it is only the natural formaldehyde that is produced by the woodfibre
  • To understand what these emission mean  please read the  above 4 standard are basically all that is allowed in Australia , where other countries allow higher emissions which can have effects  on your health .