Veneered MDF

Most people understand what MDF (Medium Density Fibreboards) is but don’t know much about veneered MDF. Here, you will learn more about veneered boards, various applications where you can use it and why it is the best option sheet material for you. Take a peek.

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What Is Veneered MDF?

Veneered MDF board is manufactured from high-quality wood veneers that are firmly attached to quality fibreboards of medium density. Normally, the panels have 0.5mm veneer coating on the two sides.

Although the veneer finish is meant to simulate typical solid wood, there are other reasons for utilising veneer coat on MDF. Thanks to the veneer finish, the designers can come up with wood variations that can be utilised in the same way as real wood. Generally, these options are given to the clients as cost-effective and safer options since veneer coat protects the fibreboard and makes it safe for use.

Typically, veneered MDF panels consist of two faces and grades. Veneered Medium Density Fibreboard is natural wood, and every piece is branded by a stand-out structure, knot inclusions, grains, and shading variations. That is why today builders substitute solid wood with veneered MDF. So, if your budget is too low and you want the aesthetic and feel of solid wood, then veneered MDF board is the best option to consider.

Advantages of Veneered Boards

The veneered MDF panel from Sheet Materials Wholesale utilises dimensionally veneered MDF system. Here are advantages of veneered sheets;

  • Veneered boards are engineered from wood fibres and use resin to bind them together with no added urea-formaldehyde. As such, they provide more stability compared to solid wood and are less vulnerable to fluctuations in humidity and heat. So, unlike solid wood which bends and warps over time, MDF veneer sheets don’t warp and remain straight throughout their lifespan.
  • Its dimensional stability allows veneered MDF to keep its high fire rating. Besides, it is also highly resistant to microbiological decay and doesn’t absorb water.
  • Environmentally friendly. Unlike wood which uses only 60% of the harvested tree, veneered MDF uses up to 95% of the harvested tree. This is because not even the smaller branches and twigs go to waste.
  • The fibreboard sheets have a light surface, and therefore they are effortless to mark and allows visibility of the markings made.
  • MDF veneer sheets are easy to sand and therefore, easy to use.
  • Veneered boards also allow easy application of glue, screws and paints. As such, you can easily DIY and make your office or domestic furniture.
  • Lastly, the boards can be cut into different shapes and forms. This allows you to customise your furniture.

Applications of the Veneered MDF Panels

In most cases, veneered MDF is utilised in internal applications. The boards are utilised in domestic functions such as:

  • Making of the office furniture;
  • Panel moulding;
  • Fitting of kitchen cabinets;
  • Making of fire surrounds;
  • Assembly of dining sets.

Because of the smooth characteristic of MDF veneer sheets, they are highly sought after sheets for decorations.

Conclusion

The MDF veneer sheets have a myriad of features that make them ideal for domestic use. Regardless of where and how you use veneered MDF board, you will always get the best results. It is, without a doubt, a great alternative for wood.

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