Industrial wood is the type of wood that uses glue or chemicals combined with seasoned wood to make wood panels. Industrial wood is available in many types and sizes, and being applied a lot in today's furniture. Understanding the types of industrial wood and their uses can be very helpful for choosing the best wood for your furniture.
Three types of industrial boards in common use today are MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard), MFC (Melamine Faced Chipboard), HDF (High Density Fiberboard). The standard sizes of each type is as follows:
Each type of industrial board will have applications in the manufacture of different furniture. MDF board is the most commonly used. MDF board with thickness of 18mm is most widely used to create indoor furniture products such as office desks, document cabinets, wardrobes, portable storage drawers... and green MDF boards with thickness from 18mm to 25mm can be used in wet places such as kitchen cabinets or toilet walls. MFC boards are cheaper and have a variety of colors. They usually only use to make indoor and office furniture.
HDF boards are good moisture resistance. They are popular in the construction of interior - exterior. This type of wood is mainly used to make kitchen cabinets, TV shelves, wardrobe, ... For offices, this wood is used to produce document cabinets, tables, chairs, drawers…
Manufacturing furniture from industrial boards is simple, fast, saves labor costs and creates modern products with good price. Therefore, today furniture products made from industrial boards are used more and more.
As a furniture fittings brand that has been developing for 16 years, IVAN’s products
are trusted and used by many carpentry workshops. IVAN’s products are made in accordance with the 32mm European Accessories System standards will help the production process is quick, the replacement becomes easy and accurate.
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