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Title: Fiberboards from loblolly pine refiner groundwood: effects of gross wood characteristics and board density

Author: McMillin, Charles W.;

Date: 1968

Source: Forest Products Journal, Vol. 18(8): 51-59

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Boards for insulation and and structural uses are being manufactured in increasing quantities. The coarse fiber required for these products can be disk-refined from untreated wood chips. Since such fiber is produced in essentially one mechanical operation, continuous control is required of the raw material as well as the refining process.

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McMillin, Charles W. 1968. Fiberboards from loblolly pine refiner groundwood: effects of gross wood characteristics and board density. Forest Products Journal, Vol. 18(8): 51-59

 


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