Essay On Particleboard

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Particleboards Construction and Manufacturing Processed and manufactured lignocellulosic materials that form panel products are called
Particle boards, such materials primarily in the form of discrete particles, mixed with synthetic resin or other suitable binder and compressed together under heat and pressure. The materials or particles used in particleboards production differ from that of other reconstituted timber merchandises like medium density fiberboard, hardboard, oriented strandboard, and wafer boards. Flakes, wafers, chips, sawdust, strands, slivers, wood shavings, and wood wool, are common types of constitutes used to produce particleboards. Particleboard is produced in densities ranging from around 590 kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m3) (37 pounds per cubic foot [37 lb/ft3]) to greater than 800 kg/m3 (50 lb/ft3). Most particleboard is formed into panels. However, molded particleboard products such as furniture parts, door skins, or molded pallets are also produced. Although some single-layer particleboard is produced, particleboard generally is manufactured in three or five layers (NA, 2002).
The outer layers are referred to as the surface or face layers, and the inner layers are termed the core layers. Face
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Furthermore, coconut palm, a member of the plantae order- Arecales of the Family Arecaceae (Palm family) is one of the natural abundant material that is cellulosic have been suggested to potentially absorb heavy-metals due to its bio-sorbent properties. The term coconut can refer to the entire coconut palm, the seed, or the fruit which is not a botanical nut but a drupe. Like other fruits it has layers: exocarp, mesocarp, and endocarp. The exocarp and mesocarp make up the husk of the coconut, and the mesocarp itself is composed of fibers called coir which have many traditional and commercial uses (Okafor, et. al,

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