7×9 chipboard sheet
What is 7×9 chipboard sheet?
There are many kinds of engineered wood products used to make furniture and other wooden items for interior and external usage. Particleboard is also one of the many engineered wooden products. It is also known as low-density fiberboard or chipboard. The answer to the question of what is particle board is that it is a waste wood product made by binding wood chips, sawdust, or sawmill shavings with a synthetic resin or some other binder.
Urea Formaldehyde is commonly used as a glue for binding wooden chips. Particleboard can be used as a substitute for plywood for making furniture, the interior lining of walls and ceilings, as a substrate for countertops, floor decking, roof sheathing, underlayment and interior decorative paneling, etc.
The wood particles in a melamine particle board are bonded using melamine-urea formaldehyde resin and wax emulsion. This makes it water-resistant. Melamine particle board resists scratches. It comes in a plethora of colours and textures. Applications of melamine particle board include wall paneling, furniture, wall cladding, wardrobes, and modular kitchen.
7×9 particle board is used creatively in interior design.
7×9 chipboard has excellent machining characteristics, which is important when post-forming high pressure laminate countertops. particleboard is used extensively in residential kitchens, playing a role in cabinets, shelving, countertops and floor underlayment.
Because 7×9 chipboard is a type of unfinished composite panel made from residual wood fiber, such as chips and shavings, it is carefully value engineered for each application. This results in product solutions which are substantially less expensive than alternatives.
How to choose the right type of 7×9 particle board for your project
- Moisture resistance: Choose waterproof particle board if your project will be exposed to moisture or humidity.
- Thickness: Particle board comes in a variety of thicknesses ranging from 9mm to 25mm or more. The thickness you select will be determined by the application and the load it will support. Thicker particle board is better suited for structural parts, whilst thinner boards are better suited for non-load-bearing applications like wall panels and furniture.
- FSC | CARB | CE are four environmental certifications.
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