MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer

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Product information

  • Fibreboard with a natural wooden appearance
  • Even appearance thanks to quarter-sawn veneer
  • Dark elegant colour, easy to lacquer or stain
  • Moisture-resistant core board as basis
  • Indistinguishable from solid wood when neatly finished with veneer banding
  • Easy to work with
  • For indoor use only


MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer is a moisture-resistant MDF panel with a natural appearance, thanks to its top layer of wood veneer. This layer is composed of kwartiers sawn wenge wood, with the wood structure creating a calm-looking panel with a warm appearance. The top layers and end edges have yet to be treated.

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Product properties

Specific gravity (kg/m3)750
Face gradeA/A
Thickness19 mm
Type MDF V313
VariantMDF Vochtwerend V313 Wengé Kwartiers Gefineerd
GrainYes, lengthwise
Application (climate)Humid areas, if pre-treated
Wood type of surface layerWengé
Functional useDecorative
Colour shadeNatural / None
Glue typeMR, Interior
Sheet structureFibreboard
Top layer typeVeneer layer
Top layer2 sides

Order MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer to size online

Order cut-to-size MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer easily online. Veneered MDF can be cut to the millimetre. We deliver the panel fully custom-made to your home. Are you curious about the possibilities? Configure your product and you will have your project ready in no time.

MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer: what is it?

MDF moisture-resistant is a widely applicable board suitable for a variety of interior panelling applications where the space is humid, such as in bathrooms and kitchens. The V313 characteristic comes from the test for water resistance that the board material undergoes, called V313. It indicates that the board is not only water-resistant, but also water- and mould-resistant. Note that the board is not waterproof! water-resistant MDF boards are composed of dried wood fibres and glue. These wood fibres are then compressed under high pressure and temperatures to form an MDF board. In MDF moisture-resistant a special, water-resistant type of glue is used. To enhance the water-resistant properties, the material is pressed under a higher pressure compared to MDF blank. The extra-hard pressing makes this type of wood easy to work with. water-resistant MDF boards can be recognised by their green core. MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer is not suitable for outdoor use.

MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer, sheet material with a natural top layer

Unlike melaminated board material, the top layer of veneered panels is a layer of real wood. This gives the material a calm, natural look. Because it is a natural product, there may be colour and texture differences between different panels. No two panels are the same. In addition, it is important that this panel is finished with a lacquer or oil as desired. This prevents discolouration and preserves the top layer.

Veneered board material has the great advantage over solid board material that it does not warp. The MDF core of this board material gives it the advantages of MDF, but the appearance of solid and natural wood.

Veneered wenge wood

Wood veneer with a wenge look has a striking and exotic aesthetic, characterised by a deep brown to black base colour and a distinctive, contrasting grain pattern. The grain pattern often consists of dark brown to black veins and stripes that stand out sharply against the lighter background.

The look of wenge veneer is contemporary and luxurious, and it is appreciated for its unique and distinctive grain pattern. Wenge veneer is often used for high-end furniture, interior finishes and decorative elements where a powerful visual impact is desired.

The contrasting grain pattern can vary in intensity and pattern depending on the specific source and cut of the wood. Overall, wenge wood veneer exudes a sense of modernity, elegance and sophistication, making it a sought-after choice for interior projects that want to stand out with a striking and chic look.

Crown cut or Quartered veneer

Cutting logs is usually done in two different ways: crown / plain or kwartiers. When the wood is cut crown / plain, long slices are cut lengthwise. This allows the flames of the material to be clearly seen and makes the best use of the wood. When the wood kwartiers is sawn, it is cut with the grain. This gives kwartiers sawn timber a calm appearance and relatively straight lines. In mix, these two techniques are processed interchangeably and used during veneer assembly. This creates a natural look and makes each panel unique.

Available thicknesses MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer

With us, you can order customised, high-quality veneered MDF in various thicknesses. You can easily specify the desired thickness in the product configurator. This ensures that the board material meets your requirements: both the size and thickness of the material. The following thicknesses are available: 19 mm.

Editing MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer boards

The board consists of wood fibres compressed under high pressure. This makes the material easy to work with. When milling or sawing, this board material does not splinter. The fibres are held together by resin. This makes it important to degrease the board well before lacquering the material. Veneered MDF is only suitable for indoor applications and in dry conditions.

Specific uses of MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer

MDF is the material of choice for furniture and interior applications. This can be a cabinet, a wall or an entire surround. With this water-resistant variant, the furniture is also suitable in the bathroom, garage or kitchen. Examples of projects include a partition wall in the bathroom or a window sill. Thanks to the decorative top layer of real wood, MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer is extremely suitable for making bathroom furniture, kitchen cabinets and other furniture that is exposed to high humidity with some regularity.

Alternatives for MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer boards

Isn't MDF Water-resistant Wengé Quartered veneer the right type of wood for your job after all? Looking for plywood with a grain? Then go for poplar plywood. Do you want boards that can be used outdoors? Then also check out phenolic plywood, MDF tricoya or multiplex okoume. Or check out our other MDF board materials here:

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