MDF light is a wood fibre material distinguished by its light weight. Its manufacture mainly involves resinous wood from conifer trunks, and it can be used for all the operations typical of standard MDF, with the advantage of reducing wear on tools and facilitating handling. Using MDF light saves on finished product transport because it optimises load volume.
The distinguishing feature of panels made of fibre from broadleaved trees is high density. The particularly compact surfaces lend themselves to top quality finishing and painting.
Ideal for use in damp places, these panels maintain the compactness and versatility of MDF.
Made with asbestos-free fireproof products, it is particularly suitable for places frequented by people, such as public offices and trade fair stands, and in any area requiring flameproof materials.
Faced with melamine paper, these compact and dimensionally stable MDF panels meet the requirements of the most demanding interior designers. The surface of MDF is faced with decorative paper impregnated with melamine resins which, when pressed under heat penetrate the paper and form a completely homogeneous surface layer. Melamine faced MDF can be used for countless purposes: on all furniture and wall components, lacquered or with a melamine finish.
The most famous and widespread member of the wood fibre panel family, suitable for a host of uses.
A material designed for high performance with routing and milling operations, as well as easy painting.
The king of MDF panels, suitable for in-depth routing, incisions and complex operations requiring high standards of precision and finish. It is tops for paint yield.