Jintong Hot Sale Pegboard Panel for Acoustic Construction
Pegboard Panel is hardboard which is pre-drilled with evenly spaced holes. The holes are used to accept pegs or hooks to
support various items, such as tools in a workshop. Typical dimensions and layout for 1/4" thickness is 1/4" holes with 1" O.C.
spacing. You will need to allow sufficient space behind the pegboard if you are installing on a wall and plan to use the pegboard
Hardboard is produced by converting wood into fibers (defibering) and then reconstructing the fibers into panels.
Hardboard is a composite panel manufactured primarily from inter-felted ligno-cellulosic fibers consolidated under heat and
pressure in a hot-press to density of 31 pounds per cubic foot or greater. Other materials may be added during the manufacturing
process to improve certain properties, such as resistance to abrasion and moisture, and increased strength and durability.
Hardboard is used in a variety of applications including furniture components, wall paneling, exterior siding and trim,
underlayment, interior trim, perforated and utility boards.
||1200*2400mm or customized
||White, Black, Browm, etc/ soild color/ wood grain color
||Melamine paper/ painting/PVC/ UV /PU Paper
||E0, E1, E2
||To accept pegs or hooks to support various items
Single Sided E0 MR MDF
Single Sided E0 MR MDF is a highly moisture resistant MDF, sanded smooth on one side and bonded on the other side with a hard wearing white melamine surface.
Single Sided E0 MR MDF is manufactured for the membrane pressing and painted panel market. To cater for the unique requirements of various vinyl membrane pressing and paint application techniques, there are two Single Sided E0 MR MDF
board substrates available to choose from:
• Single Sided E0 MR MDF (735kg/m3 ), and
• High Density Single Sided MDF (770kg/m3)
Single Sided E0 MR MDF is a wood based panel and reacts to changes in moisture like natural timber, ie. high or low humidity may cause some expansion or contraction without any degradation to the strength of the board.
Single Sided E0 MR MDF is recommended for interior use only.
Single Sided E0 MR MDF can be overlaid with vinyl, timber veneer or a paint system. It is used to make cupboard doors, cupboardend panels and other applications where panels are required to be decorated on one side.
Single Sided E0 MR MDF panels are manufactured with a specific pre-stressed bow to cater for correction factors that arisein the application of different decorative surfaces to the non-laminated face.
As the substrate is a wood based panel, it will react to changes in moisture as per natural timber, and hence humidity variations will affect the level of the bow. Exposure to moisture and/or heat (>100ºC for extended periods >1 min) may cause surface and edge disturbance.
Substrate and pre-stressed bow options.
Many factors will contribute to the overall stress applied to the non-laminated panel face and hence the resultant panel flatness. Theseinclude the decorative surface applied and the amount of face routing or modification to the non-laminated face. There are two Single Sided MDF board substrates available and each has different pre-stressed values to accommodate the various manufacturing factors.
Therefore, Laminex strongly recommends that trial panels be manufactured and subjected to the proposed environment before full-scale processing commences. Due to high risk of visual defect from minor surface distrubances the product used for high gloss applications should be prepared suitably.
Conventional painting of MDF Raw
Stop all nail holes and imperfections with a suitable timber filler and acrylic blade filler and allow to dry. Lightly sand all surfaces to
be coated so as to obtain a smooth and even finish. Dust off all sanded surfaces using a damp rag before painting commences.
For conventional painting, the recommended type of undercoat or primer is a water based acrylic type. Apply the coating in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. When dry, all painted surfaces should be sanded smooth. It is recommended that
acrylic undercoats should not be watered down prior to use.
Ideally, an acrylic coating is selected as the top coat. However, as some formulations in this generic type can be found to be
unsuitable in certain applications, as in the case of doors and architraves of high wear areas, an oil or alkyd base type may be
Application of topcoat
To achieve the best appearance in finish, spray application is recommended to be carried out in as dust free circumstances as
possible. Conventional brush and roller applications can also give a satisfactory result.