MDF is a type of hardboard, which is made from wood fibres glued under heat and pressure.

Advantages: - MDF is dense, flat, stiff, has no knots and is easily machined. Because it is made up of fine particles it does not have an easily recognisable surface grain. MDF may be dowelled together and traditional woodwork joints may even be cut. MDF may be glued together with PVA wood glue. Oil, water-based paints and varnishes may be used on MDF. Veneers and laminates may also be used to finish MDF. MDF can also be made available with melamine surface (Pre-Laminated MDF) with different prints & finishes as per your needs.

Standard Size : 8’ X 4’ (2440 mm x 1220 mm)

Thickness : 2.5 mm to 25 mm

Grade : Interior / Exterior Grade (Humidity & Moisture Resistant) / Fire Resistant Grade.

Applications : MDF can be used to make furniture systems, kitchen cabinets, bedroom sets, dining sets, TV racks, speaker boxes,flooring, decorative doors, panel mouldings and much more...