What is Formaldehyde-free plywood？
Formaldehyde-free plywood is a kind of plywood which produced by using formaldehyde-free adhesives. The measured value of formaldehyde emission is equal to the aldehyde content of natural wood.
This product is different from the traditional block board, that is, the formaldehyde-containing plywood produced with trialdehyde glue (urea formaldehyde, phenolic aldehyde, melamine modified formaldehyde resin glue).
What are composite boards made of?
Plywood is a kind of three or more layers of laminated material, which made up of wood segments cut into veneers or planned into thin wood, then bonded with adhesives. Odd layers of veneers are usually used, and the fibers of adjacent layers of veneers bonded to each other. Plywood made of wood.
The defects of wood can be overcome and the physical and mechanical properties of wood can improved. Plywood production is an important method to make full use of wood and improve wood properties.
It does not contain aldehydes, benzene, phenols, amines and other volatile substances. ·
The product meets the European E0 and Japanese F 9733 ·
It meets the requirements of the EU REACH Chemical Act.
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