waferboard


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waferboard

A rigid building board made of wood chips bonded together with an adhesive resin.
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It is unlikely that degradation of the phenolic resin contributed to the MOR decrease, considering others have reported that phenolic-bonded aspen waferboard panels have successfully withstood heat posttreatments at temperatures up to 240[degrees]C with minimal reduction in MOR (Hsu et al.
Veneers and sheets under 6mm thick Plywood, veneered panels and related Particle board and waferboard Fibreboard Other wood based panels
This current of materialism also runs insistently through Pandian's earlier installations, such as Darkroom, 2008, where a scaffolding of raw waferboard frames and obstructs the artist's filmic peregrinations among the modernist monuments of Berlin, Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, and Frankfurt.
Phenol resins are the major adhesives in binding wood parts into various composite products, such as panels (plywood, oriented strandboard, fibreboard, waferboard, particleboard), gluelam, and laminated veneer lumber [1].
Longlac Wood Industries is indefinitely closing their waferboard mill in Longlac, 300 kilometres northeast of Thunder Bay.
Even larger pieces, like Turtle's series of waferboard sculptures from the Nineties, suffer from such visual anemia.
Value Lumber is selling waferboard and plywood, used in roofing and siding, for about $14 and $18.
In the past, before commercial blinds, I built my own blinds of 7/16-inch waferboard, and I made them in modular fashion so I could stack the pieces in my truck and then assemble the blind on the spot.
Needless to say, in a few years the waferboard looked rather tacky, so I decided to stucco over it.
While the Forest Service mindset, he says, is for cutting 100-year old trees, engineered wood products like finger-jointed lumber and moldings, laminated beams, fiber and waferboard panels and many others can be produced from the kind of loss usually chipped.
The premier also reports the $80-million Louisana-Pacific waferboard plant at Minitonas near Swan River is expected to begin production by the end of this year.
In 1984, the building code was changed in order to allow the use of waferboard (pressed wood) on roofs instead of plywood.