As the film is made? At first it looks like a normal paper. A well-known manufacturer of such securities – Interprint; there are so many shades and textures of paper, so that the monotonous appearance of laminated chipboard complain is not necessary. After impregnation with melamine resin paper becomes hard and tender, then by pressing film 'dead' is connected to the surface ADI. Pros: variety of colors and textures that simulate the texture of natural wood, to any kind of resistance to mechanical damage, resistance to thermal effects (in other words – the hot coffee and frying pans). Cons: same as in the CPD: the inability to fine furniture obrabotki.Zakaz MDF (MDF) This plate, which is made of very fine sawdust.
The difference between the chips for particleboard and MDF for – as between products that are passed through a meat grinder, and products, crushed with a mixer. The particles are held together by lignin, wood and wax, so that the MDF – a very ecological material. MDP is rapidly gaining popularity in Europe (if output growth is 2% of ADI, the growth MDF production – as much as 25%). Pros: MDF – as mentioned above – an environmentally friendly material. MDF quite soft and subject to the most delicate handling, so this is a favorite facade material by contemporary designers. Carved cabinets kitchens, elegant headboard – all MDF. MDF has all the advantages of wood, but is much cheaper, and lasts longer.
Cons: one – a relatively high price. Fiberboard (hardboard) are familiar to all those who though once pushed away from the enclosure walls. This is familiar to us all hardboard. The rear wall of the majority of cases, the bottom drawer, the rough to the touch and has lists of fiberboard. (In the most expensive furniture to use plywood instead of MDF, but operational characteristics, it is not much better). As with MDF, hardboard is made from compressed wood dust – but in the case of MDF wood steaming slices, a plate made by wet pressing. As usual, a MDF has a rough side and the other covering film (laminated or Kashira). Pros: low price with high durability. Cons: small range of applications. Of course, a complete set of furniture made of MDF will not do, but this 'at home' MDF virtually nothing is impossible to replace.