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Last edited 16 Feb 2022
Reconstituted board products
Engineered wood products and an introduction to timber structural systems, published by the Structural Timber Association, states: ‘Reconstituted board products (or reconstituted wood-based board products) are typically manufactured by combining smaller wood strands or fibres with adhesive. There is a structural penalty when timber is modified from a sawn product to small strands and fibres used in board products, as the effects of creep increase as the amount of glue used to join the smaller wood elements increases.’
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