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PEG treated fibres for panel products


Les Ljubljana 47(7/8): 213-215
PEG treated fibres for panel products
Polyethylene glycol (PEG) treatment of fibres did not improve dimensional stability of MDF panels. Thickness swelling was much greater in panels made of treated fibres.


Accession: 002914490



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