It differs from particleboard in that the bonding of the wood fibers requires no additional materials, although resin is often added. Unlike particle board, it will not split or crack.
Hardboard has long been used in furniture, but it is also popular for use in the construction industry and with trades as a temporary floor protector.
It is produced in either a wet or dry process. The wet process leaves only one smooth side while the dry processed hardboard is smooth on both sides.
Hardboard is excellent for versatility for manufacturing furniture. It is easy to coat and can easily be perforated, cut, grooved, drilled, bored, cut to size, bent and glued. It also has an excellent performance for direct painting and printing
Lengths: Standard lengths is 8′, but is available in 10′ 12′ and up to 24′
Widths: standard width is 4′ but is available up to 61″ over-sized
Thickness: 1/8″, 3/16″,1/4″
Available Tempered or Untempered
Available in Smooth 1 Side with Screen Back and Smooth 2 Sides
Hardboard can be used as garage door paneling, decorative overlay substrate, prefinished paneling, perforated board, underlayment, office & residential furniture, door skins, floor/stair covering and protection, painting board.
BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST
We carry only the highest quality wood products by the best brands in the industry. We carefully select the brands we distribute; they must be of the highest quality and employ the very latest in industry standards. We take our product selection very seriously because we want only the best for our clients. Your satisfaction is our top concern.
Chesapeake Plywood 3400 East Biddle Street. Baltimore MD, 21213
Tel: 410-244-0055 – Fax: 410-244-1269