Singh Board developed a technical innovation process for the production of durable board material. The development focuses on re-use of secondary agro-residue that is 100% recyclable. Singh Board products will be supplied with a 10 year guarantee and is accompanied with CE mark, DUBO mark ISO 9001, 14001, 18001 and 26000 (CSR) certificates. The available thickness be between 4 mm and 38 mm with a maximum size of 1.30 x 3.60 and densities between 500-850 kg / m3. Fire resistance and water resistance can be increased and enhanced to customer specific requirements.

The most important environmental and health aspect of Singh Board is that no formaldehyde emission occurs and that the sheet is lighter and stronger than regular plates.

During development is taken into account the following European Standards: BS EN 316; “Hardboard. Definition, classification and marking “and parts 1 and 5 of the draft standard NEN-EN 622; Hardboard. Specifications “(types, properties, applications). The formaldehyde requirements are described in BS EN 120.

Moisture resistant glued Singh Board is suitable for areas with a relative humidity of up to 80%. Most of the properties are equal to those of standard Singh Board. Only the strength is less decreasing, and the thickness swelling lesser in a damp climate. The EMB-Industry Standard distinguishes two qualities: for use at elevated humidity (H) and for structural applications in humid conditions (HLS).

The plate can be used for wall and ceiling coverings, partitions in offices, office furniture, kitchens and interiors of shops, hotels and public buildings.

Mechanical connections can be made with screws, nails (with only a very small diameter), and stapling. Best results indicate chipboard screws with a parallel shaft and double speed. Zinc prevents the screw heads bunched around it. Stapling is possible, for example as a temporary adhesion with the curing of the glue, or for confirmation on a frame, or vice versa.

Most adhesives are also suitable for Singh Board. Does one glue other materials on Singh Board, then those generally are indicative of the adhesive of choice. Other determining factors are the glue application (hand, glue roller or spray), flammability, presses and environmental conditions.

Singh Board is also an ideal surface for very many finishes, such as veneers, paper, PVC, transfer and melamine films, as well as paints and varnishes. Decorative PVC or paper foils are very good to fold sharp edges, such as with television cabinets and speakers. Also Singh Board with smooth or textured paper is possible with a very smooth and shiny topcoat it. Transfer foil carrier is a 0.2 mm thick polyester film having a decorative film (thickness approximately 0.035 mm) with a solid color, wood grain or other print. The bonding is effected with a thermoplastic adhesive. A durable top layer with melamine resin impregnated paper. This are like to achieve many decorative finishes to transfer films, and in both smooth implementation and embossed.

In addition to the applications already mentioned there are still many numerous others to mention.
Standard Board Singh, both veneered and painted in the bedroom can be used for all the furniture, dressing tables and so on. Playful or screen images can be applied to the smooth surface.
Walls of Singhboard are a good option. The surface can be painted or wallpapering can be done. Wall coverings, one can make of Singh board, provided with grooves or profiles, and finished with veneer or foil. In ceilings, it is applied in the form of tiles or strips. In public buildings it is fire retardant Singh Board as an application. Singh Board lends itself well to new or renovated floors, self-supporting floors and for leveling existing floors. In new construction is moisture resistant Singhboard a necessity, due to the construction moisture . Singh Board is suitable for all types of interior doors.