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18.04.19 12:38 PM By Sajjan Kumar

All About HDF

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. It has a density greater than 50 pounds per cubic foot or 800 kg per cubic meter. This makes for a perfect stabilizing material for laminate floors and engineered hardwood flooring.

What is HDF?

HDF (High Density Fiberboard/Hardboard) is like MDF in that it is a man-made composite panel product that is manufactured from compressed wood fibers. It is a stronger, harder product than MDF with a typical density of up to 900kg/m3. HDF is predominantly used in laminate flooring products where this density is required, though other uses include door skins and underpayment.

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. You may have seen HDF in your home as it is also commonly used as backing panels for furniture- if so you will understand how unsuited this material is for creating skirting boards and architrave.

                                                                                 "HDF is a highly moisture resistant material which is stronger and harder than MDF”

“HDF is far superior compared to standard or premium MDF"

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