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Particleboard research on a pilot scale: reproducing the pressing conditions of a full-sized particleboard on the small scale of a laboratory particleboard



Particleboard research on a pilot scale: reproducing the pressing conditions of a full-sized particleboard on the small scale of a laboratory particleboard



Holz Zentralblatt 103(137/138): 2143



The large size of the factory-scale board causes a build-up of temp. and steam pressure during hot pressing, so that the properties of the resulting board differ from those found in laboratory trials. A technique is described in which a 36 X 36 cm laboratory trial board is provided with an outer margin (4 cm wide) of higher density. Trials with margins of various densities are reported: too high a density caused the board to burst when the press was opened.

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