|Reference FOB Price|
|Specifications:||1220MM*2440MM or Customize|
|Delivery Time:||20 Days After Deposit|
OSB 4-Phenolic Glue Construction Grade OSB Board is an engineered wood-based panel, particularly suitable for use in the construction industry for structural or non-structural purposes. The OSB 4 panel is notable for its elasticity and resistance to bending, as well as being an economical option due to its versatility, and as a support for practically all kinds of roofs, including bitumen, brick and tile. In the packing industry, under wet or dry conditions, it allows for a high cost-benefit ratio due to its resistance and lightness and because it is available in large sizes. It also provides a wide range of decorative options, because of its natural wood fibre pattern and the ease of varnishing or application of other textures. It is a versatile option, which is economical as well as environmentally friendly, as the raw materials used are small, coming from rapid growth species of trees. OSB 4 is a high performance panel that exceeds many of the EN300 requirements. It has excellent humidity, resistance and impact performance, making it the ideal choice for the most demanding of uses.
STATIC BENDING STRENGTH:HORIZONAL
30 30 28
15 15 14
INTERNAL BONDING STRENGTH
0.34 0.32 0.30
OF WATER ABSORPTION
≤0.03 EO GRADE
AFTER THE CYCLE
STATIC BENDING STRENGTH:
11 10 9
INTERNAL BODING STRENGTH
0.18 0.15 0.13
INTERNAL BODING STRENGTH
0.15 0.13 0.12
EDGE THICKNESS(WITH THICKNESS
COEFFICIENT OF HEAT CONDUCTION
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