Fiberboard HDF.E2

HDF stands for High Density Fiberboard.
- HDF fiberboard has a good soundproofing and high insulation ability so it is often used for outdoor works.
- HDF board has the ability to resist termites, weevils, overcome heavy disadvantages, easy to bend, buckled compared to natural wood.
- The surface of HDF board is smooth and flat, yellowish brown of wood like MDF. When covered with a decorative surface, the board looks like a natural wooden board.
- Smooth surface, convenient for pressing decorative surfaces such as veneer, acrylic, melamine, laminate, ...

- Good moisture resistance. Due to the higher density of HDF boards compared to MDF boards, it is water resistant effectively, minimizing the ability to absorb water causing deformation of the boards.

Feature

Test Method

unit

Thickness (mm)

4

6

7.5-8

11.5-12

17-18

Thickness

EN 324-1

mm

 

± 0.1

± 0.2

Length&wide

EN 324-1

mm

± 2

Density

EN 323

kg/m3

 

≥ 900

≥ 880

≥ 840

≥810

Moisture

EN 322

%

 

5 - 8

MOE

EN 310

N/mm2

 

≥40

≥ 38

≥ 30

≥ 25

MOR

EN 310

N/mm2

 

≥ 3300

≥ 3100

≥ 2700

≥ 2500

IB

EN 319

N/mm2

 

≥ 1.5

≥ 1.4

≥ 1.2

≥ 0.9

 24h after sweeling

EN 317

%

 

≤14

≤ 12

≤ 10

≤ 8

1. Product standards
- European Standard BS - EN 120: E0 / E1 / E2
- JIS A 1460: F * / F ** / F *** / F ****
- ASTM D6007: 2002: Carb P2
2. Quality management standards
ISO 9001: 2008