MDF stands for medium-density fiberboard, which is an engineered wood composite made up of wood fibers. Because the MDF is composed of small wood fibers, there is no visible wood grain, rings, or knots. The making of the composite uses the fibers, glue, and heat to create a tight bonding board. Both softwood and hardwood are used to manufacture MDF. Generally denser than plywood, this composition creates a stronger material for building. We use a veneer sealant to prevent water damage. Two types of fiberboard are moisture resistant (which is typically blue) and fire retardant.
Gypsum Board/ Plasterboard/ Drywall
Due to its inherent fire resistance, gypsum board, commonly known as drywall is the premier building material for wall, ceiling, and partition systems in residential, institutional, and commercial structures. Designed to provide a monolithic surface when joints and fastener heads are covered with a joint treatment system, gypsum products also provide sound control, economy, versatility, quality, and convenience.
Blockboard is one type of engineered compound plywood board where softwood strips are joined edge to edge and bonded together machining often a sandwich structure placing hardwood between them. Block board is usually found in different sizes and thickness.
Particle board is a waste-wood product that's made by mixing sawdust with adhesives. Although it won't bow or warp like plywood, it can swell and become unstable when exposed to water. The main uses are for furniture, underlayment and as substrate for countertops. It can be milled with all power tools and has moderate tear-out. Laminate and veneer finishes are the most common. Particle board comes in 4-foot-by-8-foot panels; 1/2-inch- to 1-inch-thick pre-cut shelving boards come in various sizes.
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