Hengshun fiberboard

Hengshun fiberboard

Hengshun fiberboard

A wood-based panel that is interwoven with lignocellulosic fibers and made with its inherent adhesive properties. Adhesives and/or additives can be applied during the manufacturing process.

Fibreboard, also known as MDF, is a wood-based panel made of lignocellulosic resin or other suitable adhesives. Adhesives and/or additives can be applied during the manufacturing process. The fiberboard has the advantages of uniform material, small difference in longitudinal and transverse strength, and is not easy to crack, and has wide application. It takes about 2.5 to 3 cubic meters of wood to make 1 cubic meter of fiberboard, which can replace 3 cubic meters of sawn timber or 5 cubic meters of logs. The development of fiberboard production is an effective way to comprehensively utilize wood resources.

The disadvantage of the fiberboard is that there is a netting on the back surface, which results in different surface areas on both sides of the plate. After the moisture absorption, the plate is warped and deformed due to the difference in expansion force; the hard plate surface is hard, the nail is difficult, and the water resistance is poor. Dry fiberboard, while avoiding certain disadvantages, is costly.

China's fiberboard production started in the 1970s, developed in the 1980s, and took off in the 1990s. Since the beginning of the 21st century, the production of fiberboard has increased significantly. In 2005, it exceeded 20 million m3 for the first time to 49.54 million cubic meters in 2011. Judging from the output of various provinces and cities, the output of fiberboard in Henan Province reached 6.98 million cubic meters in 2011, an increase of 44.87% over 2010, accounting for 14.09% of the national total. Followed by Guangxi, Jiangsu and Shandong, accounting for 12.84%, 9.76% and 8.56% of the total output, respectively. From January to July 2012, the production of fiberboard in China reached 29,805,100.39 square meters, an increase of 11.3% over the same period in 2011.