National Wood Products, Inc strives to help you make The Right Choice™ when it comes to purchasing Hardwood Lumber & Plywood. If you are located in Denver, it has been our long-standing goal to satisfy your lumber & plywood needs. We differ from other distributors by focusing on each customer’s individual business needs, creating long lasting partnerships. In short, we prefer quality over quantity and do whatever it takes to meet your needs as a Customer and help you make The Right Choice™.
MDF is an engineered wood product created by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibers combining it with wax and a resin binder, and forming panels by applying high pressure and temperature.
National Wood Products stocks a variety of MDF panels in premium, standard & ultralight. This product is called an engineered or manufactured wood.
Softwood plywood is the most common type used for industrial and construction purposes. Softwood plywood can vary in the thickness and number of its plies when being used in different projects.
Available in 1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″, 1″
Please call us for the most current inventory and availability.
ACX & CDX
CDX plywood is the lowest class of plywood and is generally utilize in the construction industry. It is a lot thicker, which makes it ideal as a base or foundation of other materials. In addition, CDX plywood cost is lower in huge volumes. CDX signifies class C to D exposed plywood.
ACX plywood is a version of a plywood panel that has a very specific makeup, with one rough face and one sanded face on either side. ACX plywood is used prevalently on home outdoor projects and renovations.
Thermally Fused Melamine (TFM)
What is Thermofused Melamine?
A low-pressure melamine laminate is manufactured by using a single layer of impregnated melamine paper (deco paper). This paper is applied to the surface of the substrate, which is then place in the heated press. Under heat and pressure this process causes the melamine resin to flow. Across the surface of the deco paper, within the deco paper, and into the surface of the substrate forming a Thermofused bond. This creates a bond of paper to the core. The plate provides the texture. Thermofused melamine panels are often made of particleboard and MDF. A veneer layer may be added with various types of wood, including red birch, red oak, white maple, steamed beech, cherry, and alder. Next, the panel is finished with a decorative top layer that is treated to. last longer.
Applications of TMF:
Recommended for vertical applications for kitchen cabinets, furniture, fixtures and computer workstations where high impact and high wear resistance are not critical. Specified for both vertical horizontal applications that are subjected to medium wear.
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