Standard MDF(8 Products)
Standard MDF Panels, otherwise known as Medium-density fibreboard (or simply MDF) are man-made wood panels free from natural defects. Boasting a smooth surface and clean finish, standard MDF boards are highly versatile and suitable for an array of domestic and DIY interior applications such as internal joinery, panelling, cabinets, furniture, shelving, shop fittings, and architectural mouldings. Boards are available in a range of sizes and thicknesses and are suitable for oil, varnish or paint finishes.Find Out More About Our Types of Standard MDF
18mm MDF Board Standard 2440mm x 1220mm (8' x 4')
12mm MDF Board Standard 2440mm x 1220mm (8' x 4')
9mm MDF Board Standard 2440mm x 1220mm (8' x 4') - Pack of 60
12mm MDF Board Standard 2440mm x 1220mm (8' x 4') - Pack of 60
18mm MDF Board Standard 2440mm x 1220mm (8' x 4') - Pack of 50
25mm MDF Board Standard 2440mm x 1220mm (8' x 4') - Pack of 35
Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is a manufactured board produced by combining wood fibres with wax and a resin binder under heat and pressure. Offering a precision finish with a smooth sanded surface, the boards allow for a range of finishes including paint, veneer and lamination. However, if you plan on painting your MDF board we advise you to opt for a moisture-resistant version. What's more, MDF boards possess superior screw and fastener holding compared to standard boards.
MDF Board Applications
As a highly versatile building and carpentry material, it may come as no surprise that there are a wide number of uses for MDF. MDF can be used as panels for walls or flooring but its primary use is in both carpentry and furniture building. This is due in large part to the fact that it is easily worked with machines due to the density of the material and because it boasts a smooth sanded surface and a precision finish.
In short, MDF sheets are the ideal solution for the majority of domestic and interior applications from general construction to furniture.
Let's check its most common applications and internal uses:
- Internal joinery
- Architectural mouldings
- Wall panelling