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MDF

MDF

myocardial depressant factor.

MDF

Abbreviation for myocardial depressant factor.

MDF

myocardial depressant factor.
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The importers of the MDF have demanded from the government to reduce the duty of raw MDF to 5 per cent for commercial importers and value addition industries as MDF is a semi-finished good.
It was reported that the deterioration in mechanical properties of MDF produced from stored bagasse increased when the storage period increased.
Adaptable enough to bring to life any design concept, Era-Coat MDF is ideal for a host of areas including office furniture, retail displays and shelving, flat-pack furniture, doors and countertops, kitchen cabinets and bedroom wardrobes.
The operations in MDF result in an estimated exposure to a member of the local critical group of less than 0.
France-based Gautier manufactures its own MDF and particleboard, preferring to control panel quality internally.
The bottom hole needs to be smaller to support the glass, so this was cut at 880mm x 380mm, while the hole in the 6mm MDF is 900mm x 400mm, the exact size of the glass.
In particular, we formulate hypotheses regarding the effects of normative and coercive pressures on MDF adoption.
Scientists envision all sorts of MDF applications -- including relatively flexible pipes and fittings, window and door frames and table tops.
4 The contractor shall coordinate the MDF and IDF room layouts with the owner.
The high durability of MDF was attributable partly to its smoother surface compared with the other boards, which prevented residual rainwater on the surface from infiltrating into the board.
SierraPine plans to shut down one of its two MDF production lines at its Rocklin, CA, mill on Dec.