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AS/NZS 2098.7:2006 (R2016) Methods of test for veneer and plywood - Density of veneer and plywood

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 2098.7:2006
Valid from
29/10/2006

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
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PDF

Description

This Standard sets out two methods for determining the density of veneer and plywood, as follows:

-Method 1 is based on the measurement of volume and mass.  The ratio of the mass of the test piece to its volume is determined and expressed in kilograms per cubic metre.  It is capable of giving results for any density, and

-Method 2 is intended for comparative purposes only.  The test piece is floated in water and its submergence is measured. The amount of submergence is used for comparative purposes only as values are liable to be overestimated owing to the effect of the meniscus.  It is suitable only for veneers of a density below 900 kg/m3.

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AS/NZS 2098.7:2006 (R2016) Methods of test for veneer and plywood - Density of veneer and plywood

Description

This Standard sets out two methods for determining the density of veneer and plywood, as follows:

-Method 1 is based on the measurement of volume and mass.  The ratio of the mass of the test piece to its volume is determined and expressed in kilograms per cubic metre.  It is capable of giving results for any density, and

-Method 2 is intended for comparative purposes only.  The test piece is floated in water and its submergence is measured. The amount of submergence is used for comparative purposes only as values are liable to be overestimated owing to the effect of the meniscus.  It is suitable only for veneers of a density below 900 kg/m3.

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AS/NZS 2098.7:2006 (R2016) Methods of test for veneer and plywood - Density of veneer and plywood
Description

This Standard sets out two methods for determining the density of veneer and plywood, as follows:

-Method 1 is based on the measurement of volume and mass.  The ratio of the mass of the test piece to its volume is determined and expressed in kilograms per cubic metre.  It is capable of giving results for any density, and

-Method 2 is intended for comparative purposes only.  The test piece is floated in water and its submergence is measured. The amount of submergence is used for comparative purposes only as values are liable to be overestimated owing to the effect of the meniscus.  It is suitable only for veneers of a density below 900 kg/m3.

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