MDF – Fibreboard of dry process manufacture, medium density TU BY 500126145.006-2014.
(Code TNVD 4411)
Thickness 3-40 mm
Width 2070; 1830 mm
Length 2800; 3660 mm
This new line of products is manufactured with the use of Diffenbacher equipment, made in Germany.
There are several theories of the origin of the abbreviation MDF in the Russian language. One of them is that MDF comes from the English term “medium density fibreboard”, or the German “Mittel Dichte Fazerplatte”. It may as well be derived from the Russian term “the fine fraction”. Each of these three terms perfectly describes the structure of this product – fibreboard of medium density of 800 kg/m3.
MDF areas of use:
Laminated MDF boards are commonly used in the furniture industry, especially the manufacture of domestic furniture. Additionally, MDF is widely used to manufacture semi-finished doors, facades and other types of furniture.
Laminated MDF wall panels are excellent materials for decoration and interior refurbishment. MDF panels are used for the decoration of both residential and office space. The main place of use for wall panels made of MDF in residential space is in the kitchen and hallway.
HDF – Fibreboard of dry process manufacture, high density TU BY 500126145.006-2014.
HDF is also a new product of Mostovdrev manufactured using Diffenbacher equipment. The term HDF comes from the English abbreviation of High Density Fibreboard (wood-fibre plate of high density). When it comes to raw materials and the process of manufacture, the HDF is not much different from MDF. The only key difference is that HDF boards have a density higher than 800 kg/m3.
HDF boards are as homogeneous in their structure as MDF. This is achieved through the use of both hardwood and softwood materials in the production of HDF. These materials have a specific density and solid surface and are easy to process. As well as MDF, HDF boards are also laminated.