fire-retardant treatment

fire-retardant treatment

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Fire-retardant treatment methods for wood-based panels are either pretreatment of veneers, fibers, particles, or strands before hot pressing or impregnation of waterproof panels with fire-retardant solutions.
You can also select your own fabric, though the company recommends that it has a fire-retardant treatment.
Historically, smoke and the resultant toxic fumes caused by the burning of a flammable substrate were part of any fire, regardless of whether or not a fire-retardant treatment was applied.
Fire-retardant treatment also had meaningful effects on the swelling properties.
Effects of fire-retardant treatment and redrying on the bending and shear strength of Douglas-fir and Aspen plywood.
Researchers have long recognized that fire-retardant treatment and post-treatment redrying reduce the initial strength properties of wood.