Exhibition Plinths is making use of MEDITE’s Premier MDF panel in the creation of its plinths and bespoke items such as display cabinets. The company, which manufactures the products at its workshop in Axbridge in Somerset, selected MEDITE for its reliability and high quality.
As the UK’s premier plinth maker, Exhibition Plinths’ products are supplied to museums, exhibitions, retail, television, galleries, artists, photo shoots and sporting events. As well as a standard range of white matt or satin-sprayed exhibition art plinths, the company can also provide custom-made products too, meeting specific size and colour requirements. The plinths are available for purchase or hire.
Having started work with MEDITE back in 2008, Exhibition Plinths now regularly uses MEDITE Premier. Produced using superior wood refining technology and specially designed resins, MEDITE Premier MDF features excellent face properties making it suitable for application of the thinnest laminates and surface coatings. For manufacturers such as Exhibition Plinths, consistency of quality and thickness, as well as reduced tool wear are also important factors. The material has weight advantages too, making it even more flexible for a range of installation and temporary design possibilities.
Richard Williams at Exhibition Plinths commented: “We are extremely pleased with the MEDITE MDF product. When spraying it gives a great surface to start from, is incredibly flat and shows very little, if any, surface texture. When machining we create a lot of lock mitre joints and for this purpose MEDITE is the best. It machines beautifully and even at the core of the MDF it is strong, giving a clean-cut lock mitre joint. I have tried other manufacturers but nothing matches the core board strength that MEDITE MDF offers.”
As with all MEDITE products, the company’s Premier panel can be produced in a range of panel sizes and thickness, meeting the customer’s individuals needs. For an environmental perspective, the panel is also FSC certified, which verifies that the timber used in its creation is from responsibly managed forests.