Dynea's fibreboard resins offer extremely low emissions, moisture resistance, fast cure, tolerance to different wood species and variations in fibre humidity.
Fibreboard is a type of engineered wood product that is made out of wood fibres. Types of fibreboard (in order of increasing density) include particle board, medium-density fibreboard (MDF), and hardboard (HDF, HB). Dynea differentiates between Particle Board and Fibre Boards (MDF, HDF, HB).
Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) is used mainly by the furniture industry, but also for interior mouldings as well as substrates for laminate flooring. The homogenous structure of the MDF board gives it good bending strength, smooth surface and good screw retaining properties, making it suitable for many different applications.
Dynea offers solutions for dry (MDF, HDF) and wet process (HB) fibreboards, MDF being by far the most common type. Dynea offers MDF resins giving extremely low emissions, moisture resistance, fast cure, tolerance to different wood species and variations in fibre moisture. The vast majority of applications do not require a water-resistant adhesive. Liquid urea resin is preferred in MDF production because of its fast curing and low cost. To a lesser extent melamine-urea resins are also used to manufacture MDF when a degree of moisture resistance or dimensional stability is required.
Our product range offers extremely low formaldehyde emissions – complying with all relevant standards, from E1 to F****. With our AsWood systems, you can achieve emission levels equal to natural wood.