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|標題:||Interior flooring material made of wood particle-plastic composites by flat-platen pressing|
|期刊/報告no：:||Forest Products Journal, Volume 57, Issue 9, Page(s) 42-45.|
|摘要:||This study used a wood particle-plastic composite, which was made by flat-platen pressing and with a mixture ratio 70:30 (wood particle: plastic powder by weight) as the base panel of laminated composite wood flooring. The properties of this composite flooring. including bonding strength of overlay, thickness swelling after soaking in water, and the release of free formaldehyde, achieved industry requirements. The wood particle-plastic composites were installed as floors on test shelves to simulate the construction of commercial flooring. The test samples were conditioned under 20 T and 95 percent relative humidity (RH) for 10 days, then moved to the 40 degrees C, 95 percent RH for 5 days, after which their dimensional stability was measured. Results showed the width stability of the wood particle-plastic composite was better than a solid wood floor and a plywood laminated veneer floor. The thickness swelling of the wood particle-plastic composite was only 25 to 33 percent of that measured for the plywood laminated veneer floor.|
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