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ALDANY
B071
BIANCO LUNA

 

MELAMINE FACED MDF PANEL

The Aldany texture reproduces a vertical and rhythmic movement that recall the East and the constant movement of water.

  • COMBINED BACK TEXTUREFiocco
  • THICKNESS COMPARED TO NOMINAL VALUE+0,9 mm

 

Description

MELAMINE FACED MDF PANEL

Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) for interior use whose sides are covered by a melamine decorative paper through a pressing process. Available on request: FSC, water repellent and fire resistant.

SURFACE TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS*

 

RESISTANCE TO ABRASION EN 14323 Printed Class 1, Unicolour Class 3A
RESISTANCE TO WATER STEAM EN 14323 > Level 4
RESISTANCE TO SCRATCHES EN 14323 > 1,5N
RESISTANCE TO STAINS EN 14323 Groups 1 and 2, class > 4
RESISTANCE TO LIGHT EN 14323 > 4 grey scale
RESISTANCE TO CRACKS EN 14323 Class > 3
RESISTANCE TO DRY HEAT EN 12722 Class B
TENDENCY TO RETAIN DIRT UNI 9300 Level > 4
SURFACE DEFECTS EN 14323 Spots: <2 mm2/m2 Lenght: <20 mm/m2
THICKNESS VS. NOMINAL VALUE** +/-0,3mm

 

 

 

MEDIUM DENSITY FIBERBOARD TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

 

 

 

Composition

Wood Broad-leaved and coniferous fibres 79 – 89%
Adhesive Urea – formaldehyde glue 7 – 10%
 

Additives

Water 4 – 11%
Ammonium sulfate 0,2%
Paraffin Traces
Density EN 323 700 – 800 Kg/m3
Moisture content EN 322 4 – 11%
Sand content EN 3340 < 0,05%
Formaldehyde content EN ISO 12460-1 Class E1 < 0,1ppm
ASTM E1333-96 CARB (P2) <0,09ppm – TSCA Title VI
 

Dimensional tolerances

Thickness vs. nominal value  

EN 14323

<15mm +/-0,2mm >15mm +/-0,3mm
Thickness within same panel +/-0,3mm
Length and width +/-5mm
Planarity (both sides melamine faced > 15mm) EN 14323 <2mm/m
Fire resistance class EN 13986 D-s2, d0
Nominal values by thickness group Standard >6mm

<9mm

>9mm

<12mm

>12mm

<19mm

>19mm

<30mm

>30mm
Elasticity modulus N/mm2 EN 310 > 2700 > 2500 > 2200 > 2100 > 1900
Internal bonding N/mm2 EN 319 > 0,65 > 0,60 > 0,55 > 0,55 > 0,50
Bending strength N/mm2 EN 310 > 23 > 22 > 20 > 18 > 15
Swelling 24 h EN 317 < 17% < 15% < 12% < 10% < 8%

 

 

ON REQUEST

 

WATER REPELLENT MELAMINE MDF

Same properties as the standard panel, but with water resistance:

Nominal values by thickness group Standard >8mm

<9mm

>9mm

<12mm

>12mm

<19mm

>19mm

<25mm

Swelling after 24h max % EN317 < 12 < 10 < 8 < 7
Swelling after cyclic test opt 1 % EN321 < 19 < 16 < 15 < 15
Tensile strenght after cyclic test opz 2 N/mm2 EN321 > 0,30 > 0,25 > 0,20 > 0,15

FIRE RESISTANT MELAMINE FACED MDF PANEL B-s1, d0 EN 13986 EN13501-1

Class B ASTM E84 NFPA 101

FSC CERTIFIED MELAMINE FACED PANEL FSC Mix Credit ICILA-COC-000343

STORAGE AND HANDLING

Goods must be stored in a dry and ventilated place (relative air humidity 35%-65%). Do not store with inflammable substances. If exposed to direct sunlight, the laminate may deteriorate. Stacks should be stored correctly, at a manageable height to ensure stability. To avoid warping or damp stains, place the panels on pallets with adequate spaces. When handling the laminates, use suction pads or gloves. Machinery and equipment must be fitted with suitable aspiration systems.

CLEANING & MAINTENANCE

 The melamine surfaces are the most resistant among those used in the furniture field. For cleaning, it is preferable to choose a detergent for domestic use. It is recommended that you avoid spraying products directly onto the surface, as this may leave stains and marks; instead, it is preferable to apply the detergent product on a soft damp cloth, clean the surface and then rinse it. Avoid using abrasive products, bleach or highly chlorinated products or acids.

* Values reported herein are related to a standard product configuration. For customized products please contact our sales office.

** The nominal values of each texture are indicated in the relevant product section of the Cleaf web site 

MELAMINE FACED CHIPBOARD PANEL

Chipboard of wood for interior use (type P2 in accordance with standard EN 312) whose sides are covered by a melamine decorative paper through a pressing process. Available on request: FSC, water repellent P3 and fire resistant.

SURFACE TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS*

 

RESISTANCE TO ABRASION EN 14323 Printed Class 1, Unicolour Class 3A
RESISTANCE TO WATER STEAM EN 14323 > Level 4
RESISTANCE TO SCRATCHES EN 14323 > 1,5N
RESISTANCE TO STAINS EN 14323 Groups 1 and 2, class > 4
RESISTANCE TO LIGHT EN 14323 > 6 grey scale
RESISTANCE TO CRACKS EN 14323 Class > 3
RESISTANCE TO DRY HEAT EN 12722 Class B
TENDENCY TO RETAIN DIRT UNI 9300 Level > 4
SURFACE DEFECTS EN 14323 Spots: <2 mm2/m2 Lenght: <20 mm/m2
THICKNESS VS. NOMINAL VALUE** +/-0,3mm

CHIPBOARD TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

 

 

 

Composition

 

Wood

Trunks, stems, branches, logs, billets, root collars, fast-growing trees and shrubs, residues from sawmilling, veneer cutting, joinery and carpentry of broad-leaved and coniferous species.  

78 – 88%

Adhesive Urea – formaldehyde glue 7 – 9%
 

Additives

Water 5 – 13%
Ammonium sulfate 0,2%
Paraffin Traces
Density EN 323 500 – 700 Kg/m3
Moisture content EN 322 5 – 13%
Formaldehyde content EN ISO 12460-1 Class E1 < 0,1ppm
ASTM E1333-96 CARB (P2) <0,09ppm – TSCA Title VI
 

Dimensional tolerances

Thickness vs. nominal value  

EN 14323

<15mm +/-0,2mm >15mm +/-0,3mm
Thickness within same panel +/-0,3mm
Length and width +/-5mm
Planarity (both sides melamine faced > 15mm) EN 14323 <2mm/m
Fire resistance class EN 13986 D-s2, d0
Nominal values by thickness group Standard >8mm

<13mm

>13mm

<20mm

>20mm

<25mm

>25mm

<32mm

>32mm

<40mm

>40mm
Internal bonding N/mm2 EN 319 > 0,40 > 0,35 > 0,30 > 0,25 > 0,20 > 0,20
Bending strength N/mm2 EN 310 > 12 > 11 > 10,5 > 9,5 > 8,5 > 7
Elasticity modulus N/mm2 EN 310 > 1800 > 1600 > 1500 > 1350 > 1200 > 1050
Surface delamination N/mm2 EN 311 > 0,8 > 0,8 > 0,8 > 0,8 > 0,8 > 0,8

 

ON REQUEST

 

WATER REPELLENT MELAMINE FACED P3 CHIPBOARD

Same properties as the standard panel, but with water resistance:

Nominal values by thickness group Standard >8mm

<13mm

>13mm

<20mm

>20mm

<25mm

>25mm

<32mm

>32mm

<40mm

>40mm
Internal bond after cyclic test N/mm2 EN321 > 0,15 > 0,13 > 0,12 > 0,10 > 0,09 > 0,08
Swelling after cyclic test EN321 < 14% < 13% < 12% < 12% < 11% < 11%

FIRE RESISTANT MELAMINE FACED CHIPBOARD B-s2, d0 EN 13986 EN13501-1

FSC CERTIFIED MELAMINE FACED CHIPBOARD FSC Mix Credit ICILA-COC-000343

STORAGE AND HANDLING

 

Goods must be stored in a dry and ventilated place (relative air humidity 35%-65%). Do not store with inflammable substances. If exposed to direct sunlight, the laminate may deteriorate. Stacks should be stored correctly, at a manageable height to ensure stability. To avoid warping or damp stains, place the panels on pallets with adequate spaces. When handling the laminates, use suction pads or gloves. Machinery and equipment must be fitted with suitable aspiration systems.

CLEANING & MAINTENANCE

 

The melamine surfaces are the most resistant among those used in the furniture field. For cleaning, it is preferable to choose a detergent for domestic use. It is recommended that you avoid spraying products directly onto the surface, as this may leave stains and marks; instead, it is preferable to apply the detergent product on a soft damp cloth, clean the surface and then rinse it. Avoid using abrasive products, bleach or highly chlorinated products or acids.

* Values reported herein are related to a standard product configuration. For customized products please contact our sales office.

** The nominal values of each texture are indicated in the relevant product section of the Cleaf web site 

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MELAMINE FACED MDF PANEL

Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) for interior use whose sides are covered by a melamine decorative paper through a pressing process. Available on request: FSC, water repellent and fire resistant.

SURFACE TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS*

 

RESISTANCE TO ABRASION EN 14323 Printed Class 1, Unicolour Class 3A
RESISTANCE TO WATER STEAM EN 14323 > Level 4
RESISTANCE TO SCRATCHES EN 14323 > 1,5N
RESISTANCE TO STAINS EN 14323 Groups 1 and 2, class > 4
RESISTANCE TO LIGHT EN 14323 > 4 grey scale
RESISTANCE TO CRACKS EN 14323 Class > 3
RESISTANCE TO DRY HEAT EN 12722 Class B
TENDENCY TO RETAIN DIRT UNI 9300 Level > 4
SURFACE DEFECTS EN 14323 Spots: <2 mm2/m2 Lenght: <20 mm/m2
THICKNESS VS. NOMINAL VALUE** +/-0,3mm

 

MEDIUM DENSITY FIBERBOARD TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

 

 

Composition

Wood Broad-leaved and coniferous fibres 79 – 89%
Adhesive Urea – formaldehyde glue 7 – 10%
 

Additives

Water 4 – 11%
Ammonium sulfate 0,2%
Paraffin Traces
Density EN 323 700 – 800 Kg/m3
Moisture content EN 322 4 – 11%
Sand content EN 3340 < 0,05%
Formaldehyde content EN ISO 12460-1 Class E1 < 0,1ppm
ASTM E1333-96 CARB (P2) <0,09ppm – TSCA Title VI
 

Dimensional tolerances

Thickness vs. nominal value  

EN 14323

<15mm +/-0,2mm >15mm +/-0,3mm
Thickness within same panel +/-0,3mm
Length and width +/-5mm
Planarity (both sides melamine faced > 15mm) EN 14323 <2mm/m
Fire resistance class EN 13986 D-s2, d0

 

Nominal values by thickness group Standard >6mm

<9mm

>9mm

<12mm

>12mm

<19mm

>19mm

<30mm

>30mm
Elasticity modulus N/mm2 EN 310 > 2700 > 2500 > 2200 > 2100 > 1900
Internal bonding N/mm2 EN 319 > 0,65 > 0,60 > 0,55 > 0,55 > 0,50
Bending strength N/mm2 EN 310 > 23 > 22 > 20 > 18 > 15
Swelling 24 h EN 317 < 17% < 15% < 12% < 10% < 8%

 

 

ON REQUEST

WATER REPELLENT MELAMINE MDF

Same properties as the standard panel, but with water resistance:

Nominal values by thickness group Standard >8mm

<9mm

>9mm

<12mm

>12mm

<19mm

>19mm

<25mm

Swelling after 24h max % EN317 < 12 < 10 < 8 < 7
Swelling after cyclic test opt 1 % EN321 < 19 < 16 < 15 < 15
Tensile strenght after cyclic test opz 2 N/mm2 EN321 > 0,30 > 0,25 > 0,20 > 0,15

FIRE RESISTANT MELAMINE FACED MDF PANEL B-s1, d0 EN 13986 EN13501-1

Class B ASTM E84 NFPA 101

FSC CERTIFIED MELAMINE FACED PANEL FSC Mix Credit ICILA-COC-000343

STORAGE AND HANDLING

Goods must be stored in a dry and ventilated place (relative air humidity 35%-65%). Do not store with inflammable substances. If exposed to direct sunlight, the laminate may deteriorate. Stacks should be stored correctly, at a manageable height to ensure stability. To avoid warping or damp stains, place the panels on pallets with adequate spaces. When handling the laminates, use suction pads or gloves. Machinery and equipment must be fitted with suitable aspiration systems.

CLEANING & MAINTENANCE

The melamine surfaces are the most resistant among those used in the furniture field. For cleaning, it is preferable to choose a detergent for domestic use. It is recommended that you avoid spraying products directly onto the surface, as this may leave stains and marks; instead, it is preferable to apply the detergent product on a soft damp cloth, clean the surface and then rinse it. Avoid using abrasive products, bleach or highly chlorinated products or acids.

* Values reported herein are related to a standard product configuration. For customized products please contact our sales office.

** The nominal values of each texture are indicated in the relevant product section of the Cleaf web site 

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