tileboard

tileboard

[′tīl‚bȯrd]
(materials)
A type of wallboard used for interior finishing in which the outer surface is a layer of hard glossy material, usually simulating tile.

tileboard

1. A wallboard used for interior finishing; usually a base sheet material overlaid with a hard, glossy decorative facing to simulate tile.
2. Square or rectangular boards, usually made of compressed wood or vegetable fibers, often with beveled interlocking edges, used for ceiling or wall covering.
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com)-- Spatial Wave, Inc has announced that the latest releases of its flagship products—Mapplet℠, Field Mapplet, Mapplet Analytic Tileboard (MAT) and MapLibrary are compatible with ESRI's latest version of ArcGIS 10.
Mapplet Analytic Tileboard (MAT), Spatial Wave's revolutionary and easily configurable dashboard—which displays data in an "at-a-glance" format utilizing time tiles, charts and maps—is also now compatible with ArcGIS 10.
The rule sets emission limits for five subcategories of wood products: doors and windows, flooring, interior wall paneling and tileboard, other interior panels, and exterior siding and doorskins.
HAP Emission Limits Organic HAP emission limits (grams HAP/liter solids) Product Coated New or Reconstructed Existing Source Source Exterior siding and 0 7 primed doorskins Flooring 0 94 Interior wall paneling 5 183 or tileboard Other interior panels 0 20 Doors and windows 57 231
DPI produces high-quality hardboard and decorative paneling products, including tileboard, whiteboard, and wood grain paneling.
Also available are MDF laminated flooring substrates and Tileboard.
The playing surface is best made from tileboard, a plastic-surfaced paneling designed for bathrooms.
The materials for this game should cost less than $20 if you can get a scrap of tileboard, and building it will take less than a day.
Phillips, Wis Services: Prefinished, printed, perforated & tileboard Main customers: Cabinet, display & furniture manufacturers Standard sizes: 48 in.