hdfThe HDF plate is a modern high-density material, high-density fibreboard. HDF boards are produced by pressing at a high temperature of chopped wood fibers of coniferous wood. HDF panels and slabs are essentially a more perfect analogue of fiberboard according to some characteristics, and the HDF density exceeds the density of the classical MDF (improved fiberboard) and it is always more than 800-1050 kg / m3. This property of HDF slabs today is highly valued in the furniture industry and construction industry. HDF has a dense and solid surface, the structure of the plates is always uniform.

HDF boards and panels are widely used for:

  • back walls of cabinet and upholstered furniture;
  • the bottoms of boxes and boxes;
  • internal (internal) doors;
  • preparation of furniture facades (filling);
  • manufacturing compartment doors (cabinets in the hallway);
  • decorative inserts in various furniture designs;
  • wall coverings (floors, ceilings);
  • cladding in door panels;
  • advertising samples (such as suspended ceilings, slabs, and so on).

The main advantages of HDF:

  • High quality;
  • Strength;
  • Ecological safety;
  • Ease of machining;
  • Water resistance;
  • Increased resistance to atmospheric conditions and chemicals.

Technical information High Density Fiberboard (HDF):

 Sheet format

4’x8’ (1220x2440мм), 9,18’x6,79’ (2800х2070мм), 12’x6’(3660х1830 мм)


 from 3 till 40 mm

 The average density (kg/m3)

 from 800 till 890

 Formaldehyde content (mg/100g)

 emission class E1, E 0,5