Woodworkers have everything to gain working with this very high quality and durability panel.
It is not new that the Eucalyptus MDF has conquered the carpenters around and out the country. The characteristics of this sheet become important advantages when it comes to the production of residential and commercial furniture, as well as conventional and sliding doors. The reason is the type of the eucalyptus fiber, shorter than other woods, which makes the panel more compacted and makes a difference when it comes to cutting, machining and drilling. Check out the benefits at each stage.
With shorter fibers, the finish of the cut in the Eucalyptus MDF has smoother cuts, facilitating the sanding and requiring less time in the activity. And remember: Saving time is saving money.
Check the difference between Pinus and Eucalyptus.
Machining and painting
Eucalyptus MDF also offers advantages in these operations. Both the machining and the painting are faster and easier, bringing a great final result.
Drilling and fixing screws
The fibers of the panel produced with eucalyptus, because they are more compacted, allow to drill more perfect holes, resulting in better fittings, better assembly of furniture, greater “grab” of the screws and less incidence with breaks during their fixation.
For Renata Braga, Duratex’s Marketing and Products Manager, the Eucalyptus MDF is a product that shows the company’s commitment to the woodworkers:
Duratex creates products that meet the requirements of the market and give the possibility to the carpenters to perform a superior job with a high level of quality.
As part of this commitment, Duratex has launched a book on the Eucalyptus MDF in which explains all its advantages, offers recommendations on its use and also useful tips on storage, cutting and milling, painting, cleaning and preservation of sheets. The book is part of a campaign that has as its mark the “muscular arms”, which represent the strength that the woodworker needs, and that is in the Eucalyptus MDF.
Eucalyptus Duratex MDF book, specially created for woodworkers.
Certified and produced from our own forests, Duratex’s Eucalyptus MDF is available in four options:
Coated MDF, with more than 70 patterns of colors, designs and textures;
Ultra MDF has an option with triple protection, against moisture, termites and bacteria;
Fire MDF, the first in the Brazilian market that prevents and delays the spread of flames.