Intrim’s VJ Board Pro has been machined with precision and is the same high quality you expect to see in all of our mouldings. Crafted from Australian Premium Grade High Moisture Resistant MDF, our VJ board sheeting is quick and easy to install for master craftsman and DIY home installers alike.
Our VJ Board sheets are profiled with a v-groove that provides the same look as VJ tongue and groove lining boards in one simple to install sheet. They are perfect for those looking to add detail and elevate the features in an interior, Intrim VJ Board Pro sheets are more durable and versatile than plasterboard and very cost effective due to their relatively low installation costs when compared to plaster.
VJ Board Pro sheets are fitted together using the tongue and groove method that allows joining between the studs. The plastic polymer tongue is designed to allow quick and smooth joining and is removable to minimise wastage.
Cover an entire wall to give a relaxed country vibe or a shiplap look for Hamptons style homes, or apply to part of a wall and top with chair rail. You can apply easily over the top of existing wall linings to create feature walls, or cover a whole interior; the options are endless!
The face of the sheets on the Intrim VJ Board Pro are coated and sealed with a superior quality Readi-coate primer so you need only apply your selected paint top coats. The primer is applied mechanically to ensure even and uniform thickness over the surface, giving you then best finish available.
The primer is an environmentally friendly waterborne thermoset primer containing no toxic constituents.
As it is a thermoset primer it has excellent chemical and abrasion resistance qualities and is suitable with a large variety of topcoats (including those containing solvents).
We have prepared a guide to help you through install and answer some common installation questions. Please download our guide HERE.
Information on the MDF sheeting used can be found here: BORG MSDS PDF Download
Note: All information contained in the BORG data sheet is based upon information supplied by the manufacturer. The information is correct and reliable at the time of publishing, however; it is not possible for Intrim to guarantee complete accuracy.