OSB

Oriented Strandboard (OSB)

OSB MANUFACTURING PROCESS

Log Sorting Step 02 Debarking Step 03 Stranding Step 04 Drying Step 05 Screening Step 06 Glue Blending Step 07 Forming Step 08 Continuous Pressing Step 09 Cooling & Acclimatisation Step 10 Cutting, Packing & Warehousing

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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OSB

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OSB An oriented strand board (OSB) is a structural panel composed of thin wood strands chipped from aspen logs. Since they are cut in the direction of the fiber, the strands retain the strength of the wood, making a resistant material. Sorting 1 Sorting …

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Manufacture of wood-based panels

Manufacture of wood-based panels (manufacturing dry-formed wood-based composites: particleboard, medium density fibreboard etc.) To provide an overview of the manufacture of dry-formed wood-based panels (particleboard, MDF, OSB), using particleboard as an example • To introduce how the parts of the process affect the panel board properties • To explain the …

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Wood-based panels

Wood-based panels  high quality wood-based panel productsincluding particleboard (PB) = chipboard (CB) medium density fibreboard (MDF) high density fibreboard (HDF) oriented strand board (OSB) Our portfolio includes associated value added productssuch as melamine faced panels (2/3 of our particleboard is faced in-house), postforming (i.e. worktops), wall panels, lacquered HDF, laminate flooring and …

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Oriented strand board

Oriented strand board Flexible yet strong Strong, stable and more sustainable, oriented strand board (OSB) is replacing plywood – especially for timber framed houses and in the packaging industry. OSB is used instead of standard silica or plaster-based construction materials. To produce oriented strand board, timber is sliced into long chips called strands. These …

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OSB (Oriented Strand Board)

 OSB (Oriented Strand Board) OSB (Oriented Strand Board) is a wooden product – a flatly pressed three-layer board manufactured from rectangular strands (flakes) by the method of hot pressing in condition of high pressure and temperature with the use of synthetic resin as a bonding agent. This is the first …

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