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Hardboard has many of the desirable characteristics of wood but is without the defects found in wood. It is grainless, knotless and will not easily split or splinter.
It can also be bent, curved or moulded to various shapes and has good machining properties, nail-ability and high internal bond strength for gluing. These important benefits — along with high structural strength, good dimensional stability, durability, resistance to abrasion and a smooth surface — make hardboard ideal for use in the furniture, door manufacturing, construction, automotive, floor underlay and packaging industries.
Appropriate applications include partitioning, automotive interiors, shop fitting, doors, wall panelling, built-in cupboards, and packaging.
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