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Pegboard Perforated Hardboard | 6mm

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Pegboard Perforated Hardboard | 6mm

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This particular Hardboard can provide unique purposes unlike a standard Hardboard. Pegboard Perforated Hardboard, often referred to as Pegboard, has one smooth face with a mesh pattern on the reverse of the panel. The unique feature of Pegboard is the even and uniform distribution of perforations. These perforations take to many types of hooks and pegs, making an ideal storage space for anything from hanging bags to spare tools. Other uses for this type of hardboard include the manufacturing of furniture and levelling out old floor boards, as well as a cost effective method to protect existing flooring from damage while other construction work is taking place. Perforated hardboard can also be painted or coated with vinyl to customise it to fit your specific needs. The panel is lightweight, making for quick and easy installation.

The thickness of our Pegboard is 6mm and is available in a variety of sizes:

Standard Sheet Sizes:

2400mm x 1200mm (8ft x 4ft)
1200mm x 1200mm (4ft x 4ft)
1200mm x 600mm (4ft x 2ft)
600mm x 600mm (2ft x 2ft)
600mm x 295mm – 310mm (2ft x 1ft)

Hole and Centre to Centre measurement:

Hole size: 7.1mm

Hole centre to centre: 25mm

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2ft x 1ft, 2ft x 2ft, 4ft x 4ft, 4ft x 2ft, 8ft x 4ft

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The small pegs or hooks that are fitted into the board’s holes or perforations are where pegboard derives its name. These pegs or hooks are a flexible storage and organization option since they may be used to hang, arrange, and display different items. These insertable pegs or hooks, which are a key component of the pegboard, are referred to as the “peg” in the pegboard.

Hardboard, often known as particleboard, or metal are frequently used to make pegboards. The most popular type of pegboard, called hardboard, is made of compressed wood fibers and glue and offers a reliable and affordable alternative. Although less frequent, metal pegboard has more durability and a more contemporary appearance.

A pegboard’s price might vary depending on the type of material used, the durability of the board, and consumer demand. Pegboards of superior quality that are built of sturdy materials like aluminum or hardboard are typically more expensive. The cost may also be affected by any specialist finishes or treatments. Pricing can also be affected by location and market demand, as higher demand

Yes, you can mount the pegboard on drywall but you will need a 1/2 inch gap between the wall and the pegboard.

To space a pegboard you will need to have a 1/2 inch gap behind the pegboard so that you can install hooks to hold it in place.

Pegboard can have different hole sizes. Some will have 1/4 inch holes and others will have 1/8 inch holes.

Pegboard Is made of compressed wood fibres and resin, which is then coated with a thin layer of oil.

Pegboard can support weights of up to 100lbs if it’s been mounted securely, so you can put anything on it that is within the weight limit.

No, it is not waterproof it cannot get wet. Water renders wooden pegboard useless.