flakeboard

flakeboard

[′flāk‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Particleboard composed of wood flakes.
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Gas pressure and temperature in the mat during flakeboard manufacture.
The space looks unfinished, with exposed ceiling beams in most of the rooms and flakeboard walls in many areas.
Sources: the companies (1) Formerly Flakeboard America (2) 2014 figure because updated data was not available
Marie-based Flakeboard, which manufactures composite panel products, has changed its name to Arauco-North America.
Chilean-based Arauco finalized its purchase of Flakeboard Co.
For instance, they decided to use oriented strand board, or flakeboard, for the kitchen cabinetry and a few other surfaces in the house.
The sports hall, lined in flakeboard, runs across the building, with a clerestory (windows to north-east, vents to south-west).
In 1985 the company closed a 24-year-old flakeboard plant, one of only two major additions to the original sawmill.
2 Formerly Flakeboard America 3 2014 figure because updated data was not available
Former Product Manager Composite Panels, Georgia-Pacific Chemicals, Current with Arauco Flakeboard, 2190 Old Salem Road Albany, OR 97321
Flakeboard, SierraPine call off sale of Springfield panel mill
On the supply side, big names like Blum, Flakeboard, Grass, Hettich, Richelieu, Tafisa and Uniboard are set to display their hardware and board products.