Hardboard

Hardboard (not to be confused with hardwood), also called high-density fiberboard (HDF), is a type of fiberboard, which is an engineered wood product. This product is also known under Isorel or Masonite brand names. It is similar to particle board and medium-density fiberboard, but is denser and much stronger and harder because it is made out of e...
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Hardboard

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hardboard

(from the article `furniture industry`) Modern methods of furniture construction are largely based on the availability of man-made materials such as reliable plywood, laminated board, ...
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hardboard

A pressed homogenous fibreboard having a mean density of not less than 800 kg/sq m
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Hardboard

Hardboard is a type of building board composed of wood pulp, wood fibre or other vegetable fibre mixed with fillers and densely compacted under pressure/ Hardboard is used for lining walls and ceilings, and also for shop fitting and the erection of exhibition stands.
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hardboard

Hardboard is an engineered wood product, also called high-density fibreboard, and known by the brand name Masonite in the US.
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hardboard

hardboard: see composition board.
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hardboard

Reconstituted natural wood, fabricated by reducing natural wood to fibers and then pressing the fibers together into panels of various thickness'.
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hardboard

Reconstituted natural wood, fabricated by reducing natural wood to fibers and then pressing the fibers together into panels of various thickness'.
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