medium density fiberboard supplier
20 Jan
Press Release

Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) is a composite wood product that is considerably denser than plywood or dimension lumber. The manufacturing process of MDF involves the procurement of wood residues from sawmills. This wood residue is then placed in a pressurized vessel known as a digester to cook the wood in preparation for refining into fibers. After this, several other processes such as refining, blending, drying, forming, hot pressing, sanding and sawing are employed by the manufacturers to produce a final product.

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Nowadays, several advancements have been made by the leading manufacturers in the powder coatings technology, which provides low melting-point and high-performance finishes, to expand the medium-density fiberboard designs. Also, due to the stringent building codes and regulations regarding the manufacturing and use of MDF by the governments of various countries, companies are offering ultra-low emitting formaldehyde (ULEF) and no added formaldehyde (NAF) products to consumers with significant cost-, environmental- and process-benefits.

Top Medium-Density Fiberboard Manufacturers:

  • M. Kaindl KG
  • Sonae Arauco
  • Weihua Corporation
  • Dynea Guangdong
  • Duratex


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