The quotation of Compact Laminate l board from different manufacturers is quite different.

The quotation of Compact Laminate l board from different manufacturers is quite different.

First of all, the process is different. The second generation of Compact Laminate l board is made by density board technology. It is not pressed by dipping kraft paper, but by adding glue water to wood fibers (or secondary recycled wood flour).

Secondly, the density of sheet metal is different. The density of the first generation plate is about 1450 kg/m3, which is relatively high. It sinks immediately in water, and the sinking speed is very fast. The density of second generation Compact Laminate l board is 1100 kg/m3, and it only sinks slowly in water.

Third: The taste is different. The cross section of the first generation Compact Laminate l board is tasteless, while the second generation Compact Laminate l board has the taste of glue formaldehyde.

Fourth: The cross-section feel is different. The section of the first generation Compact Laminate l board after sawing and grinding feels smooth. The section of the second generation anti-double special board after sawing and grinding feels rough anyway, and there are many impurities in the section.

Fifth: Different colours. The cross section of the first generation is black, and the second generation is black-gray or gray-white.

In addition, the same anti-double special board, because the size, thickness and other factors will affect the price of Compact Laminate l board .

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