BS 6566-8:1985 - Plywood. Specification for bond performance of veneer plywood

BS 6566-8:1985

Plywood. Specification for bond performance of veneer plywood

Status : Withdrawn   Published : February 1985

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Specifies requirements and gives a method for determining the bond performance of veneer plywood, made with phenolic and aminoplastic resin adhesives, by tensile loading using a shear test specimen after an appropriate pre-treatment.




Standard NumberBS 6566-8:1985
TitlePlywood. Specification for bond performance of veneer plywood
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date28 February 1985
Confirm Date15 March 1991
Withdrawn Date15 March 1998
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS 1455:1972
Amended ByAMD 5345
Draft Superseded By80/14184 DC85/15128 DC
DescriptorsPlywood, Woodbased sheet materials, Wood products, Wood, Veneer, Adhesive-bonded joints, Bonding, Performance testing, Phenolic resins, Aminoplasts, Adhesives, Sampling methods, Specimen preparation, Tensile testing, Shear strength, Test equipment, Failure (mechanical), Adhesive strength, Adhesion tests
ICS79.060.10
Title in FrenchContreplaqué. Adhérence du contreplaqué - spécifications
Title in GermanSperrholz. Haftverhalten der Schichten von Furnierholz
CommitteeB/541
ISBN0 580 14285 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages18
File Size1.212 MB
Price£110.00


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