Internet #202518919

Model # ru1191248096000000a

Store SKU #165557

0715487176253

3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Particle Board Panel

  • Fasteners provide a precise fit
  • High load-bearing capacity
  • Smooth surface makes it easy to paint
$ 20 57 /piece

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Product Overview

  • Fasteners provide a precise fit
  • High load-bearing capacity
  • Smooth surface makes it easy to paint
PB is valued for its defect-free composition and highly uniform density. That allows it to cut, rout, shape and drill cleanly. It will hold intricate detail with a minimum of waste and tool wear.

Product Overview

  • Fasteners provide a precise fit
  • High load-bearing capacity
  • Smooth surface makes it easy to paint
Model #: ru1191248096000000a
Sku #: 165557
Internet #: 202518919

PB is valued for its defect-free composition and highly uniform density. That allows it to cut, rout, shape and drill cleanly. It will hold intricate detail with a minimum of waste and tool wear.

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Name Pegboard White Panel (Common: 3/16 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.155 in. x 47.7 in. x 95.7 in.) 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Particle Board Panel 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. MDF Panel Common: 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.750 in. x 49 in. x 97 in. MDF Panel
Price
$18.88
$20.56 /piece
$29.96
$29.96 /piece
Ratings (323) (145) (161) (69)
Nominal Product Length (ft.) 8 8 8 8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.) 3/16 3/4 3/4 3/4
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)
97.
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.75
Actual Product Width (in.)
48
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
3/4
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
4

Details

Engineered Wood Type
Particle Board/MDF
Plywood Features
None
Span Rating
Not Applicable
Weather Exposure
Interior

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)
97.
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.75
Actual Product Width (in.)
48
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
3/4
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
4

Details

Engineered Wood Type
Particle Board/MDF
Plywood Features
None
Span Rating
Not Applicable
Weather Exposure
Interior

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Questions & Answers

What are the best type of nails/screws to use with particleboard?

I am planning on using it to make shelving. What is the best fastener?
Asked by: BMH
Glueing it to itself or any kind of wood will hold like a champ no need for screws just a few finish nails with wood glue can hold as much as the material will support. Great for cheap shelves as long as it doesn't get wet and it's well supported will hold it's form. It's easy to work with and you can't get real wood in these sizes as flat. I have a small home and plenty of shelves are required and this is a good price. I built an el 5'x4' to fit a space so I doubled it and lapped the corner glueing together with wood glue and using leftover 2xs ripped trimmed the front and I could do pullups off of it I am pleased with the strength. It sands easy i'm redy 4paint can't wait to get the cedar for a few things that was also priced very resonabaly.
Answered by: REKjr
Date published: 2020-03-07

Can it be used as sub flooring?

Mobile home
Asked by: Gary
Subflooring is often confused as underlayment, so this can be a trick question. Technically, subflooring refers to the material on top of the flooring joists, and must be structurally strong, as it spans the distance between the joists. Wood planks and plywood are most commonly used for subflooring, particle board and its kin can never be used for this purpose. Underlayment is placed on top of the subfloor to provide a smooth surface, and the most common materials include plywood, OSB, particle board and MDF (listed in decreasing structural strength). If ceramic tile is to be the final surface layer, cement board is the best choice for underlayment.
Answered by: Lawrence
Date published: 2020-04-21

Is it suitable for use as a laminate substrate for a bathroom vanity top?

Is it suitable for use as a laminate substrate for a bathroom vanity top?
Asked by: Toolnuts
Absolutely
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2019-10-27

I’m trying to make a washer and dryer pedalstal would this be able to hold the weight?

Asked by: noel
Not recommended. If it gets wet the particles board will swell and become saturated and possibly have mold or mildew growth.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-12-17
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