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HDF is manufactured through the ‘wet process’, which consists in thermally defibering the wood, binding the fibres with resin, and pressing them under appropriate pressure. The fibres are durably bound due to the wood’s natural adhesive properties, which do not require the use of glue. There is a distinctive mesh pattern on one side of the wet-formed hardboards.

These boards are:

  • very hard and durable to static bending
  • of uniform structure
  • easy to use in various finishing operations
  • easily cut
  • highly environmentally friendly


Standard sizes


  • furniture production, internal decorations, construction, packaging, and automotive industries
  • in furniture production: walls and bottoms of upholstered furniture, back walls of furniture, and drawer bottoms
  • in construction: doors, cladding, partition components
  • in packaging: pallet pads, fruit boxes
  • in the automotive industry: door panels, finishing components