We supply standard plain chipboard and melamine chipboard.
Our chipboard is made rubber wood and tropical wood being mixed together and crushed till it becomes wood chips. It is then being pressed together with high pressure and temperature.
Our plain chipboard comes with 4×8 and 6×8 in size and covers varies of thickness and the melamine chipboard is pre-laminated with solid color and woodgrain color of your choices.
A normal chipboard is cheaper and more dense than a standard plywood but is less denser than a medium density fibreboard.
One huge drawback of a chipboard is that the surface are vulnerable to swelling when comes in contact with water especially when it is not covered with spray paint or veneers.
It is usually used on furnitures that are low cost and sustainable enough with standard quality.
Safety precaution is needed when dealing with chipboard because unhealthy chemicals are released when it is being cut.
Cutting a chipboard can release formaldehyde and few other chemicals and will burn the eye when a person stands too close or too long near it.
Chipboard Specifications and Benefits:
- Good Sound Absorption
- Good Sound Insulation Performance
- Sufficient Raw Materials
- Low Cost
- Good Quality and Strength
- Easy to Cut