MDF application range

In the furniture industry

Bent parts for furniture, commercial equipment production and interior designing.

Back sides of cabinets and drawer bottoms (thin HDF is also suitable for this purpose).

Furniture facades production for further painting or covering by veneer, PVC, etc.

Tabletops production.

Furniture moulding parts (facades framework design elements, etc).

Furniture production (cabinet, kitchen, office, nonstandard, children’s furniture).

Furniture production for sales outlets and storages (shelves, etc).

Profiles for furniture frame fronts.


In construction
Wall alignment and preparation for final finish

When aligning the walls, the surface quality of the base board is very important, especially in preparation for finishing of the walls . MDF is more suitable material for these works, as it is devoid of internal and external defects, such as overlap of veneer, fused and loose knots and holes, cracks. Moreover, MDF has high thermal and sound insulation: sound reduction index of plywood – 20 dB, and MDF – 24 dB, 12 mm MDF board is equal to brick wall 150 mm thick and concrete panel 260 mm thick. For wall alignment it is advisable to use MDF in combination with plasterboard. MDF is indispensable, when high density is required for hinged construction mounting. MDF, unlike gypsum, does not crumble.”

Windowsill production

Cottage and low-rise building construction

MDF (HDF) laminate flooring

Roof lathing, the second layer of roof heat insulation

To receive better result, MDF boards can be treated with waterproof oil or painted with common oil-base paint, which prolongs the service life of such roof.

Partitions in offices and appartments, arch construction, columns and other interior elements

MDF board has a perfectly flat surface and minimal deviation in length/width, which affects the quality of the wall alignment, creating arches, columns and other elements of the interior.

Bent parts for room interior

Ceiling panels

MDF boards can be easily transformed into suspended ceiling in restaurants, cafes, hotels and shops. Because of perforation, ventilation systems and diffuse cells can be placed behind the boards to avoid the damage of the room interior.

Door production (for finishing with decorative film, thin veneer or painting)

Doors can be simple (frame made of wood, lined with thin MDF boards, with honeycomb filler); made ​​of one-piece board with a milled false panels or assembled – like simple wooden doors.”

Wall panels

Construction moulding parts (plinths, platbands, etc)

Steps, railings, banisters, seats, shelves, etc

Thermal and acoustic insulation

Rough flooring

T-beams made of MDF for monolithic construction

The core of the beam for interfloor bridging formwork, used in solid construction, can also be made from MDF, 24 mm thick. Reducing the price of production, MDF keeps all the required performance characteristics. The beam glueing is made with water-resistant adhesive. The beam is painted with acrylic waterproof paint.

Perforated HDF board for decorative finishing


In other areas
Rail carriage construction and auto industry (for interior covering)

Billboards, exhibition stands

Storage containers, packaging production

Construction of mobile and container houses, commercial trailers, camp houses, etc.

Manufacturing of shelves, racks, stands, shop-windows etc. to equip warehouses, shops

MDF is widely used for the arrangement of warehouses: shekves, racks and stands made of MDF are very strong, durable and solid, they have even surface, do not sag and warp, have higher fire protection in comparidon with wood or chipboard. We could offer longer MDF boards to produce shelves and racks without additional joints. MDF is also used for wall covering in warehouses and shops.

Boards for fire protection means

Housing and legs of pianos and other musical instruments

Besides, MDF is used for production of:

Speakers, rear walls and covers for radio