HDF is produced by compressing a mixture of wood fibers and adhesive substances. This product finds wide application in the furniture industry, often serving as the back panels for cabinets and upholstered furniture, as well as drawer components. In carpentry, HDF boards are used for door panels, and in the production of honeycomb panels, they serve as the outer layer. Other uses include the packaging and automotive industries. HDF boards are known for their ease of processing, high mechanical durability, and resistance to chemical substances and weather conditions.
HDF boards can be veneered with any veneers available in the market.