Chipboard indicates the wood fibre panels composed by shavings resulting from waste wood materials. Shavings are mixed with thickening materials, then pressed to produce panels: the panels obtained can be different according to the type of shaving. Hydrophobic agents or funicides can be added to glues. The same name indicates the woody material at the base, that is the shavings agglomerate used to produce these panels. These panels are often used for thermoacustic isolation, inner wall plugs, aesthetic covers or for mechanical hardening. They are suitable for use outside because they are water-ice-insect and mushrooms resistant.