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MDF

We import a special lighter density MDF which is lighter than the MDF currently being sold in the US market. Download our flyer. Ask about our FSC® Product offerings.

Customwood MDF CARB2 certified

Customwood is the one of the subsidiaries of Daiken Corporation which is one of the biggest building materials manufacturers in Japan and our parent company in Japan, JK Holdings Co., Ltd. is their biggest buyer.

And we, Interra USA are the exclusive distributor for the Customwood MDF (New Zealand) to the North American market.

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MDF

We import a special lighter density MDF which is lighter than the MDF currently being sold in the US market. This MDF is made from plantation softwood (Radiata Pine in New Zealand), FSC® and CARB2 certified for the North American market. Some applications where special light MDF would excel at are kitchen cabinet, cabinets for mobile home, trailers and boats where weight is a major concern.

Customwood produces six different densities as follows.

1. Standard Density - 42.45lbs/ft3 -50lbs/ft3 (680kg/m3 – 800kg/m3) Class C fire rated (ASTM E84-15a)
2. Light Density - 34.34lbs/ft3 – 40.58lbs/ft3 (550kg/m3-650kg/m3)
3. Ultra-Light Density - 31.21lbs/ft3-37.46lbs/ft3 (500kg/m3-600kg/m3) Class B fire rated (ASTM E84-15a)

In addition, we produce lighter density than current MDF which has been sold in the world. Customwood is the only manufacturer who can produce the following density in the world.

4. Super Ultra-Light (SUL) - 28lbs/ft3 (450kg/m3)
5. Feather Light (FL) - 24.9lbs/ft3 (400kg/m3)
6. Pin-able (PNBL) - 21.9lbs/ft3 (350kg/m3) Class B fire rated (ASTM E84-15a) (PNBL is perfect for office partition purposes!)

Can you imagine how much light they are?

For more details, please contact us at cronm@interrausa.com or osawas@interrusa.com

Also visit Customwood website http://www.customwood.co.nz

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Customwood is one of the subsidiaries of Daiken Corporation which is one of the biggest building materials manufacturers in Japan and our parent company in Japan, JK Holdings Co., Ltd. is their biggest buyer.