fiber board backing board
Tolerance of thickness ±0.15mm
Tolerance of size ±2mm
Warping degree ≤0.8%
Density ≥830,880kg/m3（HDF wood）
Hardness 72±5N/ mm²(shores D)
Standard size 37″*49″ 41″*49″ 43″*49″
940*1245mm 1041*1245mm 1092*1245mm
HDF (High Density Fibreboard/Hardboard) is like MDF in. that it is a man-made composite panel product. that manufactured from compressed wood fibres.
It is a stronger, harder product than MDF with a typical density of up to 900kg/m3. HDF used in laminate flooring products where this density required. though other uses include door skins and underlayment.
HDF is a very thin board, with a typical thickness of 3mm-8mm, and is also often supplied perforated. meaning it is completely inappropriate as a substrate for creating interior mouldings.
HDF-High Density developed for use where physical property integrity. and surface finish are important. The average density of more than 820 kg/m3 (51 lb/ft3) ensures high core strength and face density.
HDF-High Density can substitute veneer cross bands in hardwood veneered plywoods. by providing a superior smooth surface to reduce potential surface defects. such as telegraphing of expensive, thin surface veneers. Its high internal bond is able to withstand most hot-press conditions.
The high quality surface of HDF-High Density also makes an excellent. white board substrate allowing application of paint or laminate. In the electronics industry. the hard uniform properties of our 2.5mm (0.10 in) product perform well as backer board. in the printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing process.
As with all our products. you can also request 100% FSC (Forestry Standards Certification). wood used to make your high density panel.
high density fiberboard vs engineered wood
Also referred to as hardboard. a high density fiberboard (HDF) for flooring is a type of engineered wood product. It's made from wood fiber extracted from chips and pulped wood waste. HDF for flooring is similar but much harder and denser than particle board . or medium density fiberboard (MDF) for flooring.