Specialized products for a variety of applications. Apex composite panels feature superior strength and machinability, making them ideal for use in a wide variety of interior applications, from residential to commercial. The Apex line includes certified specialty panels that have gone through rigorous third party testing.
Our panel product line includes industrial composite panels, plywood and thermally fused laminate. These panels can be laminated, painted, primed or UV-coated. Hardboard. Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) Oriented Strand Board. Particleboard (PBD) Plywood. Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL)
“Composite wood products” are wood-based panels made from pieces, chips, particles, or fibers bonded together with a resin. Composite wood is found in hunderds of everyday applications, ranging from plywood, oriented strand board (OSB), and structural members used in new home construction, to cabinets, doors, and furniture.
Composite Wood Panels, also known as Engineered Wood is a man-made product that can be used in place of solid wood or plywood for many interior applications. Composite Wood Panels are made from wood fiber and shavings which are bonded together with resin under heat and pressure to create panels in many size and thickness options.
Composite Wood Panels and Decorative Surfacing Composite wood products refers to a family of engineered wood panels and hardboard that includes particleboard, and MDF (medium density fiberboard). Particleboard is made from small wood particles pressed together with glue under extreme heat and pressure to make a solid panel.
MDF panels are manufactured in a variety of dimensions and densities, providing the opportunity to design the end product with the specific MDF needed. As with other composite wood products, MDF typically consists of cellulosic fibers combined with a synthetic resin or other suitable bonding system...
A composite panel is a type of building material used in place of traditional wood or steel. These panels are much more lightweight than solid wood or steel, but offer similar levels of strength and structural support. There are three basic types of composite panels, including engineered wood, aluminum, and fiberglass units.
Natural and synthetic composites. Other composites are synthetic (man-made). Plywood is a man-made composite that combines natural and synthetic materials. Thin layers of wood veneer are bonded together with adhesive to form flat sheets of laminated wood that are stronger than natural wood.
When builders talk about a veneer, they are usually referring to a thin layer of wood applied to the surface of substrate, which can be plywood or a composite material, such as particleboard. Veneers have all the cosmetic characteristics of wood, including surface imperfections, such as knots, and grain patterns.