Xanita Board : Applications

Xanita Print is a natural fibre based board consisting of a recycled kraft core sandwiched between printable white kraft liners.

The high crush strength kraft core is manufactured from post-consumer recycled kraft waste. This offers designers and board converters a VOC-free and fully repulpable alternative to MDF, particle board and non-renewable rigid or foam-filled plastic sheeting.

Xanita Board : Available Sizes Available

Xanita Boards Are Available In The Following Sizes:



  • 1220 mm X 2440 mm: 6 mm thickness

  • 1220 mm X 2440 mm: 8 mm thickness

  • 1220 mm X 2440 mm: 10 mm thickness

  • 1220 mm X 2440 mm: 16 mm thickness


Xanita closed cell core is made from precision corrugating. It exhibits a far higher crush strength and surface bonding area compared to weaker expanded honeycomb.


  • Crush Strength ASTM C473-03 – 90tonne/m2

  • Flexural Strength ASTM C473-03 – 10mm / 39kg

  • Flexural Strength ASTM C473-03 – 16mm/55kg


Strength & Weight


Weight – roughly 75% lighter than MDF

  • 10mm – 1.9kg/m2

  • 16mm – 2.4kg/m2


Fire Resistance


  • DIN 4102 and SANS 10177 approved.

  • No toxic fumes when burned

  • Non-Explosive

  • Low fire load rating based on low calorific value when burning

Temperature Resistance

  • Low-Temperature Resistance Exposure to -5°C for 48 hours – No Visible Changes

  • High-Temperature Resistance Exposure to 70°C for 48 hours – No Visible Changes

  • Humidity Resistance: ASTM C473: Vertical exposure in humidity cabinet for 48 hours 90% humidity and 40°C – No visible changes, deformation, warping, swelling or fungi growth




• Excellent rigidity and stability under indoor humidity and temperature fluctuations

• Excellent condensate and moisture hold out under varying conditions. Xanita board does not delaminate or disintegrate when exposed to water like honeycomb competitors.

• Both sides show the same visual surface properties, as well as print performance

• Excellent printability, UV digital, and UV screen

• Sheet surface is more consistent than Honeycomb competitors, due to the denser core