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Effect of hardwood process variables on fiberbondingAuthor(s): Otto Suchsland; George E. Woodson; Charles W. Mcmillin
Source: Forest Products Journal 33(4):58-64
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSeverely cooked Masonite gun pulp was used in the laboratory to manufacture these four hardboard types: S1S-wet formed, S2S-wet formed, S1S-dry formed (water added after forming), S2S-dry formed. No resins or other additives were used.
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CitationSuchsland, Otto; Woodson, George E.; Mcmillin, Charles W. 1983. Effect of hardwood process variables on fiberbonding. Forest Products Journal 33(4):58-64
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