Particle Board Panels

Particle Board is your go-to high density, general-purpose panel product for furniture, cabinet making and flooring.

What is Particle Board?

Particle Board (or "Particleboard") is a high density, strongly bonded, economical and general-purpose board made of large wood particles in the core and finer particles on sanded surfaces.


A synthetic resin or other suitable binder is used when the particles are pressed. Particle Board is cheaper, denser and more uniform than plywood. In our standard range we offer two different types of Particle Board, Moisture Resistant (MR) and Standard (STD).


If you're searching for a treated Particle Board alternative, be sure to check out our White Melamine PB, Black Melamine PB and stunning Veneered Particle Board panels.

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Plyco's Black Melamine Particle Board ships to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth

Particle Board Applications

One of several products in our Construction Plywood Range, Particle board is most often be used in furniture, cabinet making and flooring. Plyco also offers a specialist tongue and groove particle board flooring product.


Common applications for Particle Board are shelving, furniture and storage containers, while the High Moisture Resistant variety can be used as a structural subfloor surface in conjunction with floor coverings such as vinyl and ceramic tiles in bathrooms, kitchens and laundries.

What is Particle Board?

Particle Board (or "Particleboard") is a high density, strongly bonded, economical and general-purpose board made of large wood particles in the core and finer particles on sanded surfaces. A synthetic resin or other suitable binder is used when the particles are pressed. Particle Board is cheaper, denser and more uniform than plywood. 


In our standard range we offer two different types of Particle Board: Moisture Resistant (MR) and Standard (STD). If you're searching for a treated Particle Board alternative, be sure to check out our: White Melamine PB, Black Melamine PB and our stunning Veneered Particle Board panels.

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MDF Applications

Standard MDF is primarily used for interior work, while Moisture Resistant MDF can be used for some exterior applications as well as in moisture prone areas like kitchens, laundries and bathrooms.


MDF is able to be easily painted, cut, machined and cleanly drilled without splintering or chipping. These qualities mean MDF is great for applications like shop fitting or cabinet making. 

Particle Board Applications

One of several products in our Construction Plywood Range, Particle Board is most often be used in furniture, cabinet making and flooring. Plyco also offers a specialist tongue and groove particle board flooring product.


Common applications for Particle Board are shelving, furniture and storage containers, while the High Moisture Resistant variety can be used as a structural subfloor surface in conjunction with floor coverings such as vinyl and ceramic tiles in bathrooms, kitchens and laundries.

Plyco's Black Melamine Particle Board ships to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth

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Particle Board Range

Black Melamine Particle Board

Black Melamine Particle Board (or Particleboard) combines a high quality particle board with a black melamine surface bonded to both sides. Available in both standard moisture resistance and high resistance, Plyco Particle Board is a hard-wearing surface suitable for internal cabinetry, draws or shelving.

White Melamine Particle Board

Plyco's White Melamine Particle Board (or Particleboard) combines a high quality particle board with a white melamine surface bonded to both sides. Available in both standard moisture resistance and high resistance, Plyco Particle Board is a hard-wearing surface suitable for internal cabinetry, draws or shelving.

Particle Board (Standard / High Moisture Resistant)

Plyco's classic Particle Board option. High density and low cost, Particle Board is an excellent choice for architectural applications where stability is paramount. Our Particleboard comes in a choice of standard and highly moisture resistance

Veneered Particle Board

Plyco's Veneered Particle Board consists of our high density, strongly bonded general purpose Particle Board pressed onto a Timber Veneer face. Manufactured at Plyco in Melbourne, we offer a range of veneer substrates and thickness. 

Plyco's Particle Board / Particleboard flooring is a structural sub-floor product which can be utilised in conjunction with floor coverings such as vinyl, ceramic tiles, slate, parquetry and carpet.

Particle Board Range

Black Melamine Particle Board

Black Melamine Particle Board (or Particleboard) combines a high quality particle board with a black melamine surface bonded to both sides. Available in both standard moisture resistance and high resistance, Plyco Particle Board is a hard-wearing surface suitable for internal cabinetry, draws or shelving.

White Melamine Particle Board

Plyco's White Melamine Particle Board (or Particleboard) combines a high quality particle board with a white melamine surface bonded to both sides. Available in both standard moisture resistance and high resistance, Plyco Particle Board is a hard-wearing surface suitable for internal cabinetry, draws or shelving.

Particle Board (Standard / High Moisture Resistant)

Plyco's classic Particle Board option. High density and low cost, Particle Board is an excellent choice for architectural applications where stability is paramount. Our Particleboard comes in a choice of standard and highly moisture resistance.

Veneered Particle Board

Plyco's Veneered Particle Board consists of our high density, strongly bonded general purpose Particle Board pressed onto a Timber Veneer face. Manufactured at Plyco in Melbourne, we offer a range of veneer substrates and thickness. 

Plyco's Particle Board / Particleboard flooring is a structural sub-floor product which can be utilised in conjunction with floor coverings such as vinyl, ceramic tiles, slate, parquetry and carpet.