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To achieve a maintenance zero defect furniture, please follow the video mentioning about the working with Indowud nfc.

Indowud nfc is a homogeneous product and hence requires proper constructive grid support (frames, channels, etc made of metal tube) to avoid deformations 

Suggested grid square for panelling

Maximum Support Distance

Thickness of Indowud NFC board (in mm) 6 8 12 15/16 18 20 25
Neo (in mm)
625+ Kg/CBM
150 200 250 300 350 400 500
Create (in mm)
725+ Kg/CBM
200 250 300 350 400 450 550
Build (in mm)
825+ Kg/CBM
250 350 450 550 600 650 750

For ceiling, use 12mm or higher thickness board with suggested grid square support of 300mm for create or build and 200mm for neo. 

PU paint & Polish

Do not use NC putty. Ensure that solvent/epoxy-based sealer, PU filler is used. Do not pour water on the raw board before closure of the micro pores all around. Ensure that the micro pores at all sides (surface and edge) are closed with epoxy/solvent-based sealer/primer.

Wardrobe/Cabinet Shutters

In order to avoid bowing or deformation, paste veneer/laminate on both sides before fixing shutter. We suggest to cover the edges with a suitable lipping/edge band. Ensure similar panel is pasted on both sides for similar balancing. In case of varnish/polish/PU paint, cover the micro pores with epoxy/solvent sealer and then fix the shutter. Use hinges at every 300-350mm and magnetic ball catch at top and bottom. Use of stiffener/straighter is recommended. For sliding shutters, ensure proper framing on all four sides with necessary stiffeners.

Suggested Adhesive

NFC-GLU, PUR, Heatx, WP1, Probond, Plastilok, Relam.

Drying time may vary depending on atmospheric conditions

For any glue, we advise to test on a small piece before applying on larger panels


Leave min 12mm gap between wall and board for breathing

Leave 5mm gap on ceiling and flooring for breathing and expansion/contraction

Leave a gap of 3 – 5 mm between two boards


Use wide head, fully threaded, three times long of the board thickness. Gluing at the joinery is suggested for better strength. Screwing should be slow and stop at the surface. Do not hammer and do not pull out the screw


Company is not liable for any claim arising due to non-following of the guidelines. The customer is advised to follow the suggestions and contact us for any clarification