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Extira™ is a panel product that resists moisture, rot and termites and offers excellent performance in exterior environments. Can be used for virtually any non-structural paint grade application, including exterior millwork, door and window parts, signage, garage doors and other architectural components, as well as high moisture interior environments. Extira panels have a 5-year warranty, unprecedented in the product category.
Arreis® Sustainable Design Fiberboard (SDF)* is the most affordable sustainable Medium Density Fiberboard offered. Developed to use a manufacturing process which drives down the cost of environmental stewardship while simultaneously delivering the high performance MDF you expect. Manufacturers, designers and specifiers now have a new affordable MDF supporting environmental design.
Medex® is a sustainable, moisture resistant, medium density fiberboard (MDF) panel utilizing a formaldehyde-free adhesive system and pre-consumer recycled wood fiber. Medex® is engineered for interior high moisture areas in non-structural applications and is used in place of sanded plywood or solid wood. With the versatility of a superior composite wood panel and the enhancement of indoor air quality, Medex® has been specified in hundreds of commercial, institutional and conservator projects since the 1980’s.
Medite® FR is a sustainable Class 1 flame retardant medium density fiberboard (MDF) panel manufactured from pre-consumer recycled wood, meeting the most stringent formaldehyde emission standards in the world. The patented manufacturing process utilizes a formaldehyde-free adhesive system to produce Medite® FR.
Ranger Board is western softwood-based MDF that is well known for its machining and painting capabilities. Ranger has a multi-opening press of 6′ x 24′, which enables the production of a wide range of thicknesses and densities from 3/8″ through to 1 1/2″.
When it comes to value, what really counts is not how much the MDF costs, but how much it costs to use it. Not all MDF panels are alike and may differ by wood species, fiber size, binders, density and consistency. All of these factors have a significant impact on key elements of your processing costs.