MDF – Medium Density Fiberboard
Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is a high grade, composite material that performs better than solid wood in many applications. Made from recycled wood fibers and resin, Medium Density Fiberboard, commonly referred to as MDF, is machine dried and pressed to produce dense, stable sheets.
MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) is more stable than solid wood and stands up better to changes is humidity and heat. Solid wood boards will typically expand and contract both horizontally and vertically when the humidity and temperature changes. Because of this, cabinets, doors and paneling made from solid wood require a high level of maintenance and care.
We supply a variety of Wholesale MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) products to accommodate any request and for any application.
Roseburg Medite FR MDF
Roseburg flame retardant Medite® FR is made with a formaldehyde free adhesive system and is designed for critical applications where Class 1 flame retardant material is required. Medite®FR has a low flame spread and smoke development as well as extremely low VOC emissions. During the manufacturing process, the flame retardant additive is blended …
Roseburg Medex MDF
Medex® represents the highly versatile ideal of Roseburg Sustainable Design Fiberboard (SDF)*. Medex® is a powerful combination of moisture resistance, superior MDF board properties, and a formaldehyde free adhesive system. Medex® has a rock solid track record of superior design capabilities and environmental stewardship around the world.
Roseburg Arreis MDF
Arreis® Sustainable Design Fiberboard (SDF)* is the most affordable sustainable Medium Density Fiberboard offered by Roseburg. Developed specifically, using a patent-pending manufacturing process, to drive down the cost of environmental stewardship and simultaneously deliver the high performance MDF you expect.
Masisa Ultra Light MDF
These are wood fiber boards. Their main features are the excellent finishes that are achieved, lower wear and tear of tools and large savings on paint compared to other types of wood boards. MASISA manufactures MDF of different characteristics, formats and thicknesses, which are marketed as raw or coated boards.
Extira by JELD-WEN MDF
Extira panels may look like MDF, but they don’t perform like it. Different ingredients and a patented and proprietary manufacturing process lead to a superior performance. Extira is easy to work with; can be carved, routed and machined. Resists moisture, rot, and termites. Twice as strong as MDF, Extira is made to be used outside.
Medium Density Fibreboard is the ideal substrate worldwide for lamination, painting, mouldings, and flooring. MDF is an economical substitute for plywood and solid wood. Architects and designers know the flexibility and durability of this composite panel and specify it for commercial, public, and residential applications.
Arauco Trupan Plus MDF
Trupan is the MDF specialist in North America offering over 35 products; from our locally produced high density panels to our Radiata Pine ultralight MDF, there is sure to be a panel to fit the needs of any project. Trupan MDF is available in a variety of specialty grades such as fire-rated, moisture resistant and VESTA, a panel formulated…
Georgia Pacific MDF
The fact is, Georgia-Pacific products are part of everyday life. And while they fill a diverse range of home, commercial and industrial needs, they have one thing in common: they’re all made to high standards of quality and safety. Our 35,000 employees around the world are always looking for better ways of doing things…
Nantucket Beadboard MDF
Precision is what sets Nantucket® BeadBoard apart; precision is the reason why we’re the leader in beadboard manufacture. Our origins in cabinetmaking have much to do with this precision – in fact, we still maintain a custom cabinet shop, where we continue to hone our artistry. We’ve also invested in unique, state-of-the-art milling…
MDF outperforms solid wood in the construction of painted cabinet doors. MDF panels can be milled by computer operated machinery in one piece frames with the center cut out for a recessed panel. The inserted panel does not need to float like a traditional solid wood constructed door because of the density of the inserted MDF panel. Because the MDF panel doesn’t float, like a solid panel does, hairline cracks do not form along the edges of the panel or at the style and rail joinery. MDF will expand and contract but with the two piece construction method the doors move as a unit and not as individual pieces of wood. Therefor the paint does not crack or peel at the joints.
MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) is available in much larger sizes than solid wood. These larger sheets can be custom milled to suit your needs. MDF does not have a visible grain on the surface like solid wood, because of that there is not a problem with wood grain and knots bleeding through paint or stain.
Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is often a better value when considering cost. Solid wood is often more expensive and not as readily available as MDF. We only provide the best MDF manufactured products available today to ensure you are getting top quality Medium Density Fiberboard.
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
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