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Timber products

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This presentation is all about timber products specifically fiberboards , particle board and compressed straw board.
in this ppt all the information haas been provided like from there manufacturing processes to there uses to there rates and size to the manufacturing companies . It is very helpful for architectural students. more importance is given on constructional details . Hope u like it :)

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Timber products

  1. 1.  IT IS DERIVED FROM AN OLD ENGLISH WORD TIMBRIAN WHICH MEANS TO BUILD.
  2. 2.  THE WOOD WHICH IS SUITABLE FOR BUILDING OR CARPENTRY VAIRIOUS OTHER ENGINEERING PURPOSES AND IT IS APPLIED TO THE TREES MEASURING NOT LESS THAN 600 mm IN CIRCUMFERANCE OF THE TRUNK.
  3. 3.  It is readily and economically available; easily machinable; amenable to fabrication into an infinite variety of sizes and shapes using simple on-site building techniques.  Exceptionally strong relative to its weight  A good heat and electrical insulator;  It is a renewable and biodegradable resource.
  4. 4.  Particle board, also known as particleboard and chipboard.  A structural material made of wood fragments, such as chips or shavings, that are mechanically pressed into sheet form and bonded together with resin.
  5. 5.  Particle boards are produced largely from agro waste materials, such as sugarcane waste, jute waste etc.  Particle boards have many desirable properties such as high density, high surface hardness, abrasion resistance, high durability, ETC
  6. 6. JUTE WASTE AGRO WASTE SUGARCANE WASTE
  7. 7.  These boards can either be bought bare or it can be covered with thin sheets of veneer or a plastic laminate, these two materials give the board a solid timber look and feel while costing marginally less.
  8. 8. SHELF CABINATES
  9. 9. PARTICLE BOARDS USED IN KITCHEN FURNITURE MADE OF PARTICLE BOARD
  10. 10. PARTICLE BOARD SIZES PRISE 12mm THICK Rs. 200 per sq.m 19 mm THICK Rs. 280 per sq.m 25 mm THICK Rs. 350 per sq.m
  11. 11.  The Bakelite Hylam Ltd. Andhra Pradesh  N.C.L. Industries Ltd. Andhra Pradesh  Novopan Industries Ltd. Andhra Pradesh  Hans Polyurethanes Limited. Ahmedabad  Colour-Chem Limited, Mumbai  Ecoboard Industries Ltd. Pune (Formerly known as Western Bio Systems Ltd.,)
  12. 12.  Fiberboard is a type of engineered wood product that is made out of wood fibers.
  13. 13.  Types of fiberboard include particle board, medium-density fiberboard, and hardboard.  Fiberboard, particularly medium-density fiberboard (MDF), is heavily used in the furniture industry.
  14. 14. TABL E CHAIR
  15. 15. TILES BOXES
  16. 16. FIBER BOARDS INSTALLATIO N IN ROOF SHEALTHING
  17. 17. VARIOUS USES
  18. 18. PANEL SIZE MOTHER BOARD – 4880 mm X1220 mm STANDARD PANEL SIZE – 2440 mm X 1220 mm THICKNESS RANGE (mm) 2.3 , 2.5, 3 , 3.6, 4, 4.75 , 5.5 , 7.5 , 8, 11 , 12 , 17 , 18 , 25
  19. 19.  GREENPLY  CENTURY PLYWOOD  ASIS ,SHIRDI INDUSTRIES LTD.  PARALLAX DÉCOR PVT LTD (MUMBAI)  JAYPEE PLYWOOD (DELHI)
  20. 20. PLYWOOD MDF Plywood I made up from solid wood and thin layers of wood veneers are glued together Mdf board is made from wood fiber Incurs some wastage during manufacturing Wastage of wood is nil and can be made by mixing of variety of wood fibers Cannot be colored directly Are more attractive and can be painted it in whatever color you want. Can be simply nailed or screwed in making furniture it need certain techniques to join Plywood furniture is more stronger than mdf Mdf furniture is not as strong as plywood
  21. 21.  Hardboard made of compressed wheat straw, processed at 350°F - 400°F with tough Kraft paper
  22. 22.  Structural board – 2” thick used for non- bearing partitions, plaster base, insulator, exterior sheathing, roof decking, and inner form face for concrete basement wall.  Insulation grade – 2” thick, intended primarily for roof deck insulation
  23. 23.  Strawboard panels make an excellent alternative to timber for frame structures, interior partition walls, floors, load and non- bearing ceilings, roofs, and prefabricated buildings.
  24. 24.  Useful where removal of partitions is frequent.  Easy to construct.  Heat and sound proof partitions
  25. 25.  In the manufacturing process, high pressure and temperatures up to 240°C forces the straw to release a natural resin, which binds the fibers together.  The high density and low oxygen content of the resulting panels makes them resistant to combustion and, since they contain no added resins, alcohol, or other chemicals, they don't release flammable vapors.  A standard 2¼-inch panel has a one-hour fire rating, an R-value of 3, and noise level reductions from one side to the other of 32 dB.
  26. 26.  For permanent protection against insects and fungal decay and additional fire resistance, the boron compound polybor can be factory added to the core.  The product's workability is similar to wood as it can be sawn, drilled, routed, nailed, screwed, and glued. Lightweight wall attachments such as shelf brackets, picture frames, mirrors, and towel bars can be attached directly to the panel. Up to 35.2 lbs. of direct pull load and 79.2 lbs of shear pull load can be achieved using screws.
  27. 27. ROOFING CEILING
  28. 28. KITCHEN CEILING
  29. 29. STANDARD SIZE 4 FEET BY 8 FEET BY 2 ½ INCHES THICK CUSTOM SIZES 1 TO 3 INCHES THICK AND FROM 3 TO 12 FEET LONG
  30. 30. THICKNESS (mm) LENGTH X WIDTH (mm) 3 900 x 600 1200 x 450 / 600 / 900 1830 x 915 / 1220 2440 x 1220 2745 x 1220 3660 x 1220 4 2440 x 1220 4.75 2440 x 932/1220 2745 x 1220 3660 x 1220 6 900 x 600 1200 x 450 / 600 / 900 1830 x 915/1220 2440 x 1220 2745 x 1220 3660 x 1220 / 1830
  31. 31.  Khalsa Engineering Works, Howrah  Krishna Cardboard, Karnal  Bharat Board Mill, Kurukshetra  Shree Mahavir Sales Corporation, Delhi

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