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Studies on the manufacture of wood-based cement boards (9). Incombustibility of wood-based cement boards


Studies on the manufacture of wood-based cement boards (9). Incombustibility of wood-based cement boards



Journal of the Hokkaido Forest Products Research Institute 3: 4-8 + smry.



Describes tests made with the apparatus specified in Japanese standard JIS A 1321, to obtain fundamental data on the procedure for making wood-based cement boards covered with various overlays that conform to the standards required for semi-non-combustible materials.

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