Medium density fiberboard (abbreviated as MDF). Medium-density fiberboard is a kind of man-made board made of wood fiber or other plant fiber, after crushing, fiber separation, drying, applying urea-formaldehyde resin or other suitable adhesive, and then hot pressing. Its density is generally in the range of 500-880 kg/m3, and the thickness is generally 5-30 mm.
The surface is often pasted with trimer paper or veneer. Advantages: excellent physical properties, uniform material, no dehydration problems, and no damp deformation; the surface of the three hydrogen ammonia veneer has the characteristics of moisture-proof, anti-corrosion, abrasion resistance, high temperature resistance, no need for post-treatment, formaldehyde content Low.
Laminated MDF Board is also waterproof, it has good performance.