Medium-density fiberboard is a small-diameter raw wood, cutting, processing residues and non-wood plant fiber raw materials, after slicing, cooking, fiber separation, drying after the application of urea-formaldehyde resin or other suitable adhesive, and then made by hot pressing Artificial board. Its density is generally in the range of 500-880 kg/m3, and its thickness is generally 2-30 mm.
Medium density fiberboard is a product developed in the mid-sixties and has developed rapidly since then. The reason is that it has excellent physical and mechanical properties, decorative properties and processing properties.
Ingredients: Wood or plant fibers other than wood
Production method: The wood or plant fiber is mechanically separated and chemically treated, mixed with an adhesive and a waterproof agent, and then made by high temperature and high pressure molding.