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THE EFFECTS OF IMPREGNATION CHEMICALS ON COMBUSTION PROPERTIES OF LAMINATED WOOD MATERIAL

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In this study, the effects of impregnation materials, sodium perborate, sodium tetraborate, Imersol-WR 2000, and Tanalith-CBC, on combustion properties of three-ply laminated wood material produced from Uludagˇ fir ( Abies bornmülleriana Mattf  ) were investigated. The wood samples were impregnated with chemicals via a dipping method. Prepared materials have been bonded with Desmodur-VTKA adhesive and tested according to the procedure of ASTM-E 69 standards. As a result, the highest mass reduction in massive wood samples impregnated with Tanalith-CBC were determined. CO and CO 2 ratios were obtained in massive control samples, which were unprocessed. Temperature variation in laminated samples impregnated with Tanalith-CBC, O 2 ratio in massive wood samples impregnated with sodium tetraborate, and ash ratio in laminated samples impregnated with sodium perborate were obtained.
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Keywords: Desmodur-VTKA; Uludagˇ fir; combustion; laminated wood

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: University of Zonguldak Karaelmas, Safranbolu College of Arts and Technology, Karabu¨k, Turkey 2: University of Zonguldak Karaelmas, Technical Education Faculty, Karabu¨k, Turkey

Publication date: January 1, 2004

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