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Effect of drying thermo-mechanical (TMP) and chemo-thermo-mechanical (CTMP) spruce pulps and the physico-mechanical properties of medium density fibreboards (MDF) made from them



Effect of drying thermo-mechanical (TMP) and chemo-thermo-mechanical (CTMP) spruce pulps and the physico-mechanical properties of medium density fibreboards (MDF) made from them



Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 59(4): 277



Thermo-mechanical pulps (TMP) and chemo-thermo-mechanical pulps (CTMP) were made from spruce under different pulping conditions. The fibres were dried at 150 and 170 degrees C, respectively. Medium density fibreboards (MDF) were produced in pilot plant scale from the pulps using urea formaldehyde resin as binder. Tests of physical properties showed that the drying temperature of the fibres has a significant influence on the thickness swelling and water absorption of the boards.

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DOI: 10.1007/s001070100212



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