HDHMR stands for High-Density High Moisture Resistance. It is basically an upgraded term of plywood, used to develop tough and robust wooden usage. Explaining the definition, the HDHMR board is made by combining fiber chips, forest wood waste through a homogeneous construction process. HDHMR board has a multi-dimensional bond with single layer glue architecture, hence it provides higher moisture resistance compared to normal plywood. Where normal plywood catches moisture and its layers start to peel off, the HDHMR board will not losses its strength.
Unlike blockboard, HDHMR boards are made with fiber chips and come with a pre-paint/polish surface. This feature helps them in veneer pasting along with a smooth finish and glossy shine. The high gloss is again protested by the water-resistant features.
HDHMR board is developed using a homogeneous method, which adds the benefits of carved, mold, and routed during the construction process. Because of the multidimensional bond, the HDHMR boards come with higher screw strength, sometimes close to 10 times more than the usual blockboard and plywood. Also, when talking about cost-effectiveness, HDHMR takes over on other wooden boards.