static bending strength of plywood inspection and QC checklist
The static bending strength of plywood is to determine the ratio of bending moment to modulus of bending section under maximum load. Taking wood-based panels as an example, when the wood-based panels are subjected to force, it will cause certain bending. This situation is called “static bending”. The “static bending strength” is the pressure strength that the plywood can bear when it is subjected to force bending to fracture, which is expressed by Mpa. Generally speaking, it is “how much force can break the plywood, or how much force can the plywood bear maximum”. The higher the index value of “static bending strength” is, the stronger the bending failure resistance is.
Static bending strength is an important index reflecting the mechanical strength of products, reflecting the ability of products to resist bending damage. Generally, it should be more than 30.0 MPa. Taking beech plywood as an example, the average static bending strength is 56.6 MPa.