Veneered MDF

To produce a veneer, timber is cut into thin layers called ‘leaves’ or ‘slices’, which are bonded to Kronospan MDF using specific glues. A unique natural product, veneer is widely used in high-end furniture design and commercial and domestic interior applications.

When the veneer is bonded to the board, it is pressed according to a variety of requirements. These veneer-faced panels then pass through several finishing phases to create the final, smooth surface.

Kronospan’s expansive range includes natural timbers from the oak tree, beech, maple, ash and many more. In addition, timber is exclusively sourced from only the best suppliers ensuring only materials from well managed, sustainable forests are processed to become part of a Kronospan product family.

Standard

EN 316; EN 622-5

Formaldehyde Class

E1 (EN 120)

Characteristics

- Extensive range of designs
- Homogenous board
- MDF substrate
- Natural beauty and character of timber
- Unfinished

Applications

- High end interior design
- Retail and commercial applications

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