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Initial test of large panels of structural flakeboard from southern hardwoodsAuthor(s): Eddie W. Price
Source: In: Proc. Ninth Particleboard Symp., Wash. State Univ., Pullman, Wash. p.145-149
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DescriptionA strong structural exterior flakeboard from mixed southern hardwoods has been developed on a laboratory scale; the problem is transfer of the technique to pilot-plant scale in the manufacture of 4- by 8-ft panels. From the pilot-plant trial here reported, it is concluded that a specific platen pressure of at least 575 psi and a hot press closing time of about 45 seconds is required to make a 1/2-in.-thick panel (with random flake orientation throughout) having modulus of elasticity of 700,000 psi.
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CitationPrice, Eddie W. 1975. Initial test of large panels of structural flakeboard from southern hardwoods. In: Proc. Ninth Particleboard Symp., Wash. State Univ., Pullman, Wash. p.145-149
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