The particle board is a three-layer wood-based material with a sand-papered surface, made by pressing wood particles at a high temperature and under pressure, using urea-formaldehyde resin as a binding agent.
The inner layer consists of coarse fraction particles, while the external layers are formed from very fine and thin particles (micro-particles). This makes a surface, which is characterised by a low surface roughness and a high resistance to tearing off.
Particle boards are basic materials for the production of furniture.
In addition, they are perfectly suitable for use as:
|lining and insulating material in interiors|
|base material for the production of worktops, windowsills, wall panels and floors|
Their surface qualities make it also possible to enrich them by varnishing or covering with thin melamine films as well as natural and artificial face layers.