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Manufacturing Standards for Medium-Density Fiberboard

Nowadays, the advantages of medium-density fiberboard (MDF) are well-known, such as its ease of shaping, good chemical resistance, and pleasing appearance, so its utilization is increasing. Let’s now find the manufacturing standards for MDF.

Manufacturing standards for MDF are of utmost importance to ensure the production of high-quality boards. MDF manufacturing company must adhere to strict process standards and technical requirements. During the production process, it is necessary to assemble panel pieces with similar or identical colors, wood materials, and wood grain directions into a unified whole. The moisture content difference between adjoining panel pieces should not exceed 3%. The weight ratio of adhesive to curing agent must be controlled within a certain range. The ambient temperature should be maintained between 20 to 38℃, and the pressure time should not exceed 2 hours. The size control of the joint line should be within 0.2mm. During glue application, the adhesive must be evenly distributed. When gluing one side, the thickness of the glue on the surface should be controlled within 0.3-0.5mm, and for two-sided gluing, the glue thickness must be within 0.3mm. When the temperature drops below 20℃, the pressure time should not exceed 4 hours, while maintaining pressure within a reasonable range.

The above are the manufacturing standards for MDF. Due to its widespread application, if you have any further questions, feel free to contact us. As professional manufacturers, we will provide you with professional answers, helping you avoid any losses caused by blind usage.