CABINET SPECIFICATIONS - INTRODUCTION

This information is also available in a handy printable document from the Video and guides downloads page. Select from the full guide (UDUIT DIY Flatpack Kitchen Guide.pdf) or select from the summarised Uduit Cabinet specifications.pdf

 


New Zealand's leading producers leads the world in the supply of sustainably managed, low emission engineered board. Setting the standard in the Kitchen Industry for market leading colour choice, affordability and durability - they will look great for years to come.

As mentioned above board used in our cabinetry is sourced from New Zealand suppliers. Why is this important? New Zealand has lead the way globally in the production of low emission engineered wood products like MDF and Particle Board. Sourced from New Zealand's sustainable Radiata plantations, wood fibre from timber processing is re-engineered in to Particle Board and MDF. Historically New Zealand exported these products to the exacting Japanese market - therefore producers have lead globally in the manufacture of healthy low emission board. Special (meaning expensive!) drying equipment and resin is needed to produce to this quality. When you buy New Zealand there are not risks about health issues or quality.

  • Particle board is impregnated with Melamine to produce the smooth, durable surface. Melamine is coloured kraft paper, impregnated with resin and bonded in to the surface of the board producing a hardy, colourful, and incredibly durable product. If you wipe moisture spills away, and look after your kitchen reasonably, it will look as good as new for years to come.