For the MDF production, chip obtained from hard and soft wood are transformed into wooden fibers by applying steam and then passing through the defibrator. These fibers are then dried and added with connecting material such as adhesives, paraffin waxes and hardeners.
Fiber mixed with connecting material are subject to the spreading process. Fiber layers are pressed so that their whole thickness shall become approximatelly half during pre-pressing, and its edges are corrected by trimming, and cut into a size required. In the hot pressing stage, fibers and connecting materials are fully pressed under high temperature and pressure, and become a board with a thickness required. The last stage of the production is to cool down the boards released from the hot press, and to have a surface without any default through sanding. The high quality MDF is now ready to be used in every revelant production