Particleboard Board

Are plates with very small (350-450 kg / m ), small (450-650 kg / m ), medium (650-750 kg / m ) and high (700-800 kg / m ) density. Distinguish plate of one-, three-and five-layer. adi has high strength and easily processed (such as sawing, planing, drilling, milling). Unlike wood has knotty, cracks, and various internal voids, particle board in their structure has a homogeneous, perfectly hold various kinds of fasteners on the screws and nails. Particle boards are glued together easily, easily painted, have a high moisture resistance.

In many ways superior to wood. In particular adi less combustible, has good heat and sound insulating properties, more biological stability, much less swell from moisture, non-uniform change in humidity does not warp. Kitchen and bathroom uses a special kind of particle board – with improved moisture resistance (OSB). On top of chipboard has a low cost, making it a very common material used in the manufacture of furniture. Laminated Particleboard (chipboard) – particle board, manufactured from high quality chipboard, lined with elevated pressure and temperature resistant melamine foil and coated with a special varnish, resistant to moisture and mechanical damage.

Chipboard provides excellent consumer quality, attractive appearance and good mechanical properties, requires no further finishing and is widely used for household, office and kitchen furniture. When laminating particleboard using different technologies. Such as lamination, caching and vacuum pressing. Laminating Laminating involves applying a plate-based, which may be made of particleboard or mdf, specially treated resins decorative paper. After this is the heating of the base, resulting in a paper impregnated with resins, polymerizes and practically merges with the outer layer of material.