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Fiber Cement Boards

Fiber cement boards are a type of building material made from a mixture of cement, cellulose fibers (usually wood pulp), sand, and other additives. These boards are known for their durability, resistance to fire, water, and insects, as well as their versatility in construction applications.

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Block Board

Blockboard, an engineered wood product, features a core of softwood blocks sandwiched between wood veneer layers. Created by bonding these elements under high pressure, the panel possesses a strong and stable structure, suitable for diverse applications in furniture and construction.

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Chipboard, or particleboard, is an engineered wood product crafted from wood particles, often sourced from wood chips, sawmill shavings, or recycled wood. These particles are bonded with adhesive and compressed under heat and pressure to create a dense, rigid panel.

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Edge Glued Panels

Edge-glued panels, also called laminated panels, are crafted by joining solid wood pieces or strips along their edges. These strips are often finger-jointed or glued to form a larger, continuous surface, resulting in a panel known for stability, strength, and a uniform appearance.

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Gypsum Boards

Gypsum boards, also known as drywall or plasterboard, are panels made from a core of gypsum (a soft sulfate mineral) sandwiched between layers of paper or fiberglass. These boards are widely used in construction for creating interior walls and ceilings due to their ease of installation, fire resistance, and versatility.

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Hardboard is dense and strong because it's created by compressing exploded wood fibers without additional adhesive, the original lignin in the wood fibers sufficing to bond the hardboard together. Commonly used in furniture backing, cabinet construction, doors, paneling, and as a base for painting or laminating.

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MDF, or Medium Density Fiberboard, is an engineered wood product created by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into fibers. These fibers are mixed with wax and resin, then formed into panels under high temperature and pressure, producing a dense, smooth board. Widely used indoors, MDF's advantages lie in its smooth surface and consistent properties.

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