A Perfect Substitute to Plywood: Club Grade HDF

India’s largest manufacture of wood panels, Greenpanel has their state-of-the-art manufacturing plants in Uttarakhand and Andhra Pradesh

India’s largest manufacture of wood panels, Greenpanel has their state-of-the-art manufacturing plants in Uttarakhand and Andhra Pradesh, producing Medium Density Fibre Boards (MDF), plywood, Black Boards, Veneers, wood floors, etc.

What the Product Says?

Greenpanel Club Grade Hdf board is the perfect substitute for plywood and first choice for applications in moisture prone areas like kitchen and bathrooms.  Made from high density fibre, these boards are anti-fungal and borer resistant too, making them the first choice when it comes to doing interiors for residential housing. The choice of raw materials coupled with quality checks at every stage of manufacturing makes these HDF boards extremely strong, highly resistant to water and perfect choice for humid areas. Made from High-density fibre, GREENPANEL Club Grade HDF Boards are the first choice for many architects and designers.

Due to its fibrous homogeneous construction, GREENPANEL Club Grade HDF can be profiled, carved, moulded and routed easily, which is a difficult task with plywood. It has a higher density than local plywood, resulting in more strength and compactness. By virtue of its constitution, it is termite and borer resistant unlike plywood which is vulnerable to woodworm. Moreover, the GREENPANEL Club Grade HDF is extremely cost-effective and comes at half the price of BWP Plywood making it the perfect substitute for Plywood.

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Where to Apply?

Greenpanel Club Grade HDF are the first choice for many when they think of doing interiors. Since the boards are anti-fungal and borer resistant apart from being water resistant, it is ideal for application in places like kitchen and bathroom. The fact that these boards are eco-friendly and versatile in their applicability makes them an ideal choice for any application like kitchen cabinets, Furniture, Wardrobes, Bathroom vanities Partitions and Panelling etc.

“Grenpanel Club Grade HDF Boards are made from perfectly seasoned and chemically treated quality timber, and are resistant to termites, borer and fungus,” says Amit Oberoi, Head-Marketing, Greenpanel.

Grenpanel Club Grade HDF Boards

Amit Oberoi, Head-Marketing, Greenpanel

Here are the excerpts from our conversation with Amit Oberoi:

HDF is generally recommended for heavy traffic areas and moisture prone areas or very heavy furniture. Tell us how it compares with MDF?

GreenpanelHDF is a strong, moisture resistant and denser material. GP HDF (High Density Fibreboard) is composite panel product that is manufactured from compressed wood fibres, using state of the art machinery and tight quality control measures, to give the discerning consumers a product par excellence.  It has a density of up to 900kg/m3. It is ideal for wet area applications like kitchen, bathroom, lining in water prone areas etc.

What makes Green Panel boards, the best water-resistant boards?

Greenpanel Club Grade HDF is an extremely strong heavy-duty water resistant board manufactured using German technology in state-of-the-art plants. The choice of raw materials coupled with quality checks at every stage of manufacturing makes these HDF boards extra strong. Greenpanel Club Grade boards made from perfectly seasoned and chemically treated quality timber are resistant to Termite, Borer and Fungus. These boards score high on tensile strength which makes these boards durable. Unique fibre interlocking technology gives these boards’ high-bonding strength and rigidity.

With many engineered composites available such as WPC etc, how does HDF compares itself with these materials?

Greenpanel Club Grade HDF is superior to WPC in a number of ways. Greenpanel Club Grade HDF has a density of 800-900 Kg/m3 resulting in more strength and compactness. Secondly the surface of Greenpanel Club Grade HDF is suitable for painting, polishing and pasting of veneer, making it a designer’s delight. No other material gives so much of versatility.

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