Definitions for "Medium Density Fibreboard"
Keywords:  mdf, particleboard, fibre, glued, resin
A panel or core material manufactured from pressure cooked wood fibre, resin and wax.
A reconstituted, non-structural panel product made from cellulosic materials by applying pressure and heat to refined and resinated fibres.
A panel or core product manufactured from wood fibers combined with a synthetic resin or other bonding system. MDF is manufactured with a minimum density of 497 kg/m3 (32 lb/cu.ft.) up to 881 kg/m3 (55lb/cu.ft.) by the application of heat and pressure by a process in which the fiber bond is substantially created by the added adhesive system.