Plywood — Classification by surface appearance — Part 4: Palm-plywood

This document specifies the nature and limits of characteristics inherent in palm-plywood and manufacturing defects enabling the visual assessment of the plywood for allocation to an appearance class. This document applies to palm-plywood, the surface veneers of which are made from oil palm trunk.

Contreplaqué — Classification selon l'aspect des faces — Partie 4: Contreplaqué de palmier

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Plywood — Classification by surface
appearance —
Part 4:
Contreplaqué — Classification selon l'aspect des faces —
Partie 4: Contreplaqué de palmier
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ISO 2426-4:2018(E)
ISO 2018

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ISO 2426-4:2018(E)

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ISO 2426-4:2018(E)

Contents  Page
Foreword .iv
1  Scope . 1
2  Normative references . 1
3  Terms and definitions . 1
4  Classification by surface appearance . 2
4.1 Appearance classes . 2
4.2 Permissible characteristics and defects . 2
4.2.1 General. 2
4.2.2 Characteristics inherent in palm-plywood . 2
4.2.3 Manufacturing defects . 4
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