Particle Wood Advantages And Disadvantages: Pros And Cons

The Particle wood first came into existence in Germany in the year 1877 and since then it is particularly known as LDF (low-density fibrewood), and chip wood. The Material used in order to make particle wood is synthetic resin, wood chips, and a suitable binder. This type of material needs to be extruded and pressed in order to make the perfect particle wood.

Pros And Cons of Particle Wood

Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of the particle wood which the user needs to read carefully before buying these types of wood:


  1. Cost-effective: The user can easily save money because the particle wood is easily available at affordable prices.
  2. Light-weight: To transport or handle this type of wood is very easy because the weight of this wood is not so heavy.
  3. Easy Hold Nail: The particle wood has more capacity than other plywood in order to hold the nails and screws. The cutting process of these wood is also very easy.
  4. Renewable And Environmentally Friendly: The particle wood is easily renewable and also an environmentally friendly because these types of wood are made up of different types of natural resources like bagasse (waste of sugarcane), sawdust, wooden shavings.
  5. Soundproof And Thermal Proof: There is no chance of natural defect in these types of wood and has good properties of soundproof and thermal. Theaters, the ceiling of auditoriums, etc are the best places to install these woods.


  1. Strength: The particle wood does not have enough strength as compared to other plywood furniture and fiber woods.
  2. Low Durability And Low Life: The lifespan and durability of these wood is very less as the other medium density plywood and fiber wood has more durability and lifespan.
  3. Warp In Humidity and Moisture: The particle wood has less resistance to humidity and moisture.
  4. Heavy Loads: The particle wood cannot support heavy loads because it is suitable for low weight.
  5. Not Eco-friendly As Solid Wood: The particle wood is not much eco-friendly as compared to solid woods.
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