This new application is ecologically
friendly to our environment.
The mdf are made of old rubber trees, which in
the pass were cut down and burnt causing both air
pollution and wastage of valuable wood resources.
Now we have brought it to productive use.
It's timber is suitable
for making furniture; and its wood chips is ideal
for processing into fibreboard.
The mill has the latest German
technology built into its production process. Research
conducted by a german university will help us to produce the
best rubberwood mdf in the market.
The multimillion dollar plant has
an initial production capacity of 135,000 cubic meters
annually. They have the largest press in Asia which will
enable them to increase production volume in the future. The
thickness of mdf ranges from 3.0mm to 25mm.
Process of manufacture
Our mdf is manufactured by a dry
process and continuous pressing. Rubberwood chips are refined,
blended with resin, wax and dried before they are formed into
a mat for pressing at high temperature. The emerging board is
sanded then cut into panels through our sophisticated
cut-to-size saw to suit customer requirements.
The mill is committed to producing
high quality mdf for our customers. Quality control is an
important part of our manufacturing process. From start to
finish, every stage is closely monitored by professional
Uses of mdf boards
smooth and stable surfaces of mdf provide
an excellent substrate of decorative laminated
or wood veneers.
inherent stability, good machinability and
of mdf creates opportunities for
it to be used as alternative solid
The mdf can also be used to make
office furniture systems, kitchen cabinets, bedroom sets,
dining sets, TV racks, speaker boxes, decorative doors, panel
moulding and much more ...