Formaldehyde is an important ingredient in the adhesives used in plywood products. It is also found in many other commonly used products. Formaldehyde is a colourless strong smelling gas. Formaldehyde occurs naturally in the environment and is emitted by processes such as combustion and decay, and is emitted naturally by all timber species.
Currently, All of our products at least have an E1 rating.
- Basic Principles Of Plywood Design
- Method For Determining The Strength Of Plywood
- Hot Pressing Process Of Plywood
- Classification Of The Use Range Of Plywood
- How Long Is The Best Time For Plywood Storage?
- Methods For The Impregnation Of Plywood
- What Is The Secret To Purchasing Plywood?
- How Wood Utilization Of Plywood Improves
- Common Defects And Methods Of Plywood
- How High Is The Plywood?
- Principles Of Plywood