Composite Panels


PFP INDUSTRIAL combines all the environmental benefits of a FSC® certification, 100% pre-consumer recycled wood fiber, and no added formaldehyde.  Manufactured in Post Falls Idaho, the board is produced from western softwood fiber, and environmentally sound pMDI resin. It combines the machinability and workability of pine and other whitewood species with the most environmentally sound resin technology in the composite panel industry. We believe our particleboard provides a high quality standard and demonstrates our commitment to sustainability and indoor air quality. PFP Industrial is available in three grades.  Each has unique properties to fit your application. Read More

A Particleboard UNDERLAYMENT that comes with a 15-year performance guarantee. Products like vinyl floor coverings require a smooth, consistent surface. Enstron underlayment from Plummer Forest Products fulfills this need and more. Enstron is a particleboard underlayment panel which was engineered from scratch. Customers desired a panel with higher density, and a smooth, consistent surface. The board needed to eliminate delaminating and color bleeding, issues commonly found with other underlayment products. Plummer exceeded those expectations. In fact, we are so confident in Enstron’s performance, we backed it with one of the best warranties in the industry. Read More

PFP FSC® CERTIFIED A Formaldehyde-Free Particleboard.
Plummer Forest Products offers FSC® Forest Stewardship Council certification on all our products.  Simply said, FSC® is the leading certifier of sustainable forestry practices and wood products in the industry today.  Our FSC® certified fiber is sourced on Potlatch Corporation’s North Idaho Sustainably managed forests.  Our certification is on a Mixed Credit basis, and PFP has ample credit inventory to meet your needs.  If you are looking to differentiate your product’s “Green” or sustainable attributes, the combination of Plummer Forest Products and FSC® are unmatched in the industry.  Specify PFP Particleboard today. Read More