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PEG treated fibres for panel products


, : PEG treated fibres for panel products. Les Ljubljana 47(7/8): 213-215

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.

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