The chipboard panels are made of wood particles held together by synthetic resin, under the action of pressure at high temperature for application in a dry environment. It is a plate of three layers, with a raw, smooth and even surface, which is very versatile with regard to their potential applications.
Used uncoated (raw) and almost all kinds of coatings (melamine, wood veneer and laminates or sandwich-panel) and finishings (wood stains, varnishes and lacquers) possible. It is well suited for general use, especially in furniture and in construction.
Within the uncoated panels, we can distinguish several types:
Standard - composite wood particles joined by synthetic resins under the action of pressure at high temperature, without any coating;
Low Density - Wooden chipboard with low density, joined by synthetic resins, under the action of pressure at a high temperature without any coating;
Moisture resistant - is a standard raw chipboard with improved moisture resistance for structural uses and use in humid environment resistance which is identified by the green staining throughout the thickness;
Super Pan - especially chipboard and wood fibers bonded by synthetic resins, under the action of pressure at a high temperature without any coating;