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Plywood from Indian timbers: Dracontomelum mangiferum Blume (chinyok)

, : Plywood from Indian timbers: Dracontomelum mangiferum Blume (chinyok). Journal of the Indian Academy of Wood Science 18(2): 25-33

The preparation, properties and treatment are described of plywood and blockboard made from Dracontomelum mangiferum, an attractive wood from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The plywood was made from 1.6-mm veneer, which was of good quality and had peeled easily. Gluing was with UF or PF resins and construction was 3-ply. Plywood for concrete shuttering was also 3-ply and made with PF resin which was also applied to the outer surfaces of face and back veneers.

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