MDF boards are a wood-based material that successfully replaces natural wood. They are made by pressing wood fibers with the addition of adhesives and organic hardeners, subjected to high pressure and temperature. As a result, the material has a homogeneous density and raw material composition throughout the entire cross-section. It provides exceptionally good machinability parameters while maintaining dimensional stability. Thanks to the Burnblock® fire-retardant impregnation, they can achieve a fire resistance class of B-s1;d0.
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According to classification EN 13501-1:2007+A1:2009 and EN 13501-2:2007+A1:2009
According to classification EN 13823 (SBI) and EN 14135:2004
Area of application interior solutions, exterior solutions, timber frame, wall, ceiling, floor
|Wood Species||Density||Min. Thickness (mm)||Reaction to|
Fire Classes *1
Fire Classes *2
|Wood fibers for MDF||750||19||B-s1,d0|
Fit for Purpose
Unconventional solutions require an unconventional approach.
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We will turn it into a ready-made plan. We always approach new applications individually and with full commitment.
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