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Surface compression of coniferous wood lumber II. Permanent set of compression wood by low molecular weight phenolic resin and some physical properties of the products



Surface compression of coniferous wood lumber II. Permanent set of compression wood by low molecular weight phenolic resin and some physical properties of the products



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 37(3): 227-233



Wood samples of Cryptomeria japonica, Chamaecyparis obtusa and Tsuga heterophylla were treated with a low molecular weight phenol formaldehyde resin in order to fix the surface compression and hence improve surface properties such as dimensional stability, hardness and abrasion resistance.

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