Representing a major step forward in high-end MDF production, Customwood SuperFinish is designed for discerning customers providing not only super high-gloss and blemish-free paint finishes on all edges/surfaces, but also healthier environmental conditions with its minimal levels of formaldehyde emissions. SuperFinish uses Customwood as a base (core) and is a dry-process fibreboard made with softwood (pine species) fibres from NZ South Island plantations with a low formaldehyde emitting resin (UF or MUF.
Able to contribute towards points in Green Star NZ and Homestar projects. Refer to Green Star NZ / Homestar Summary Sheet. Formaldehyde emissions go as low as Super E0. Wood sources being either FSC certified or controlled to FSC standards, Customwood is FSC certified. Customwood board complies with the Australian/New Zealand standards for fibreboard (AS/NZS 1859.2:2004) and the Japanese Industrial Standard JIS A 5905:2003
Daiken New Zealand is a joint venture between two Japanese companies Daiken Corporation and Itochu Corporation. Daiken has a strong focus on sustainability and is one of Japan's leading building materials manufacturers. Through its ambitious research and development efforts, Daiken is continuously working to develop the newest materials, concepts and technologies. The New Zealand plant, just north of Christchurch, has always had a close relationship with Japan. Since the early days of production Japan has been its biggest export market.
SuperFinish is a high gloss added value item for joinery and cabinetry, around the kitchen and bathroom, shop fittings, shelving, film sets, and other mainly non-structural applications.
Can be fixed using screws, nails or staples. Any adhesive that performs well with wood will perform well with SuperFinish. Accepts standard joinery and furniture joints like dowels, dovetails and half joints; their success depends on clean and precision machining. All exposed surfaces and edges should be sealed before being put into service. SuperFinish must not be used in exterior applications, wet or potentially wet areas, in conditions that may exceed 50ºC, or in direct contact with masonry or concrete.
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