Standard MDF Boards
A standard MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) is a type of high density engineered wood. It is produced by mixing hardwood and softwood and then combining them with resin. MDF is a popular board to use for both DIY and commercial applications and is commonly used for interior use as plain MDF is not a moisture resistant material.
Specifications of Standard MDF:
- Smooth surface
- Uncommon for splinters
- Easily machined
- Does not warp or crack
- Can be easily be screwed and painted
What are the common uses of MDF wood?
- Wall Panelling
- Doors and frame
What thicknesses of MDF are available?
Our standard MDF is available in nine different sizes from 3 mm up to 30 mm thick. If you require advice on what thickness to choose for your particular project, please contact our sales team.
How big is a standard sheet of MDF?
Our MDF sheets are available to cut to size and shape but the maximum sheet size is 2440 mm x 1220 mm / 8 x 4ft.
How to buy MDF boards?
Simply enter your quantity, thickness and dimensions, specifying the exact size in Millimetres (MM), Centimeters (CM) or Inches and checkout instantly. Alternatively, you can contact the sales team by phone or email for a direct quotation.
To view our other range of MDF products such as Melamine, Birch Plywood and White Plywood, please view the MDF category page.