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Effect of fire-retardant treatment and redrying on the mechanical properties of Douglas-fir and aspen plywood



Effect of fire-retardant treatment and redrying on the mechanical properties of Douglas-fir and aspen plywood



Research Paper Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service ( FPL-RP-485): 19 pp.



For each species (Pseudotsuga menziesii and Populus tremuloides), 280 clear 12x24 inch plywood panels (5/8 inch thick, 5-ply) were evaluated. Panels were exposed to 5 different fire-retardant chemical treatments: borax-boric acid, chromated zinc chloride, Minalith, Pyresote or a commercial proprietary formulation. For every species-treatment combination, 4 panels were kiln-dried after treatment at each of 7 temperatures, and 4 were press-dried at each of 3 temperatures.

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