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Top-Notch Budget friendly Moistureproof MDF

Top-Notch Budget friendly Moistureproof MDF

Short Description:

ROCPLEX – G Moisture resistant MDF is an incredibly versatile panel, with a high internal bond strength, used extensively throughout the construction and furniture industries, for interior applications that may be subject to occasional wetting or humidity.

MDF (Medium Density Fibre) is a widely used sheet material within the building and joinery industry. Being free from defects, it is easily cut and shaped with both hand and machine tools to provide a surface which is easily painted or otherwise decorated.


Product Detail


In the dynamic world of interior design and construction, striking a balance between aesthetics and functionality is a constant pursuit. Enter Moistureproof MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard), a revolutionary material that combines durability, versatility, and moisture resistance to redefine the possibilities of interior spaces.

Understanding Moistureproof MDF:

Moistureproof MDF, also known as Moisture-Resistant MDF, is a game-changing variant of the traditional MDF. MDF is formed by combining wood fibers with resin, applying high pressure and heat to create a dense, smooth panel.

Moistureproof MDF tackles this issue head-on by incorporating hydrophobic agents during its manufacturing process. These agents form a protective barrier that significantly reduces the material’s susceptibility to moisture. The result is a wood-based panel that can withstand humid environments, spills, and minor splashes without compromising its integrity.

ROCPLEX – G Moisture Resistant MDF Details 

Grade:  AA grade

Color: Green

Glue: E0 glue, E1 glue

Thickness: 1-28mm  (normal: 3mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 18mm, 21mm)

Specification: 1220mmX2440mm, 1250mmX2500mm, 915mmX1830mm, 610mmX2440mm, 610mmX2500mm

Moisture Content: below 8%

Density: 660  /  700   /   720    /   740   /   840   /   1200 kg/m3

Advantages and Applications:

  • Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinetry: In spaces prone to moisture exposure, such as kitchens and bathrooms, Moistureproof MDF proves its mettle by maintaining its form and finish over time. Cabinets crafted from this material remain stable and beautiful, even in the face of humidity and temperature fluctuations.
  • Interior Wall Cladding: Moistureproof MDF offers a smart solution for wall cladding, particularly in areas where moisture levels can vary. Whether it’s a residential living space or a busy commercial setting, this material keeps walls looking pristine and free from the effects of dampness.
  • Furniture Construction: From tables and chairs to bookshelves and entertainment units, Moistureproof MDF ensures that your furniture maintains its shape and appeal, even in humid climates or high-traffic environments.
  • Retail and Hospitality Spaces: In spaces like cafes, restaurants, and retail stores where spills and humid conditions are common, Moistureproof MDF delivers both durability and design flexibility.

Design Freedom and Versatility:

One of the most compelling aspects of Moistureproof MDF is its compatibility with various finishes and coatings. Designers and architects can exercise their creativity without concerns about the material’s reaction to moisture. Veneers, laminates, and paints can be applied to achieve the desired aesthetics, ensuring that style and functionality coexist harmoniously.


ROCPLEX – G Moisture Resistant MDF Packing And Loading

Container Type



Gross Weight

Net Weight

20 GP

8 pallets

22 CBM



40 HQ

16 pallets

38 CBM



ROCPLEX – G Moisture Resistant MDF MDF Application
  • Kitchen cabinets and countertops.
  • Bathroom vanities and storage units.
  • Laundry room cabinetry and shelving.
  • Wet area wall paneling and partitions.
  • Commercial spaces with high humidity levels.
  • Retail displays and fixtures in moist environments.

Moistureproof MDF FAQ

Q: What are the advantages of using Moistureproof MDF?

A: Moisture-resistant MDF is more durable and stable than regular MDF in damp or humid environments. It resists swelling, warping, and rotting caused by moisture, which can prolong the lifespan of the material. Additionally, it’s easier to paint or finish than solid wood and it’s more cost-effective.

Q: Can moisture-resistant MDF be used outside?

A: Yes, moisture-resistant MDF can be used outdoors, but it must be properly sealed or coated to protect it from exposure to moisture and sunlight. It’s also important to use a grade of moisture-resistant MDF that is suitable for outdoor use.

Q: How do I cut moisture-resistant MDF?

A: Moisture-resistant MDF can be cut with a saw, but it produces a lot of dust, so it’s important to wear a dust mask and work in a well-ventilated area. It’s recommended to use carbide-tipped blades for a cleaner and smoother cut.

Q: Can I paint moisture-resistant MDF?

A: Yes, moisture-resistant MDF can be painted with most types of paint. However, it’s recommended to use a primer and sealer to ensure the paint adheres properly and to protect the MDF from moisture.

Q: Is moisture-resistant MDF more expensive than regular MDF?

A: Yes, moisture-resistant MDF is generally more expensive than regular MDF due to the additional manufacturing process and materials used. However, the cost difference is typically not significant and it can be worth the investment if you’re using it in a damp or humid environment.

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