BS 5669-2:1989 - Particleboard. Specification for wood chipboard
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BS 5669-2:1989

Particleboard. Specification for wood chipboard

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : August 1989 Replaced By : BS EN 312-7:1997, BS EN 312-5:1997


Six types from 6 mm - 50 mm thickness. Permitted tolerances on board sizes, mean quality levels and marking.

Standard NumberBS 5669-2:1989
TitleParticleboard. Specification for wood chipboard
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 August 1989
Withdrawn Date15 April 1999
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
Replaced ByBS EN 312-7:1997, BS EN 312-5:1997
ReplacesBS 5669:1979
Amended ByAMD 6611
AMD 6947
AMD 7778
AMD 8982 is not available separately.
Draft Superseded By92/87927 DC95/100107 DC88/13531 DC91/15546 DC
DescriptorsChipboards, Particle boards, Woodbased sheet materials, Wood products, Wood, Dimensional tolerances, Classification systems, Strength of materials, Modulus of elasticity, Tensile strength, Dimensional changes, Shear strength, Impact strength, Swelling, Thickness, Grades (quality), Moisture, Thermal conductivity, Surface spread of flame, Marking, Colour codes, Verification, Acceptance (approval), Quality control
Title in FrenchPanneaux de particules. Panneaux en bois reconstitué (aggloméré). Spécifications
Title in GermanSpanplatten. Pressspanplatten
ISBN0 580 17728 9
File Size409 KB

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