Medium density fiberboard (MDF) is a plate material produced by dry pressing of wood-cellulose fibers at high pressure and temperature.

MDF is used in the manufacture of furniture, facades, decorative strips, baseboards, profiles, table tops, doors and tarpaulins, for interior decoration, laminate flooring

The main advantages of MDF:

  • High quality;
  • Uniform composition and density;
  • Naturalness of the product;
  • Ecological safety;
  • Ease of machining;
  • High sound and heat insulation properties;
  • Ability to apply a variety of decors;
  • Water resistance;
  • Resistance to various fungi and microorganisms.

Technical information Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) :

 Standard dimensions: width

 4’, 8’ (1220 mm, 2440 mm)

 Standard dimensions: length

 from 5,57’ till 10’ (from 1700mm till 3050 mm)


 from 3 till 40 mm

 The average density (kg/m3)

 from 650 till 800

 Formaldehyde content (mg/100g)

 8 emission class E1, Е2


 Based on urea-formaldehyde resins