|Re: SIPs (was Re: Here's my Vision. Has anyone ever thought of )||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Racheli Gai (rachelisonoracohousing.com)|
|Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2008 14:26:33 -0800 (PST)|
On Jan 19, 2008, at 2:46 PM, Philip Proefrock wrote:
According to my understanding, phenol formaldehyde DOES offgass, but most of the offgassing happens in the first few months, and the amount of offgasingThere are two kinds of formaldehyde glues; one (urea formaldehyde) which is used in many furniture and other interior applications, and will offgas formaldehyde for decades. The other (phenol formaldehyde) which is usedwhen the materials may be exposed to the weather, does not have any offgassing because the formaldehyde is molecularly locked into the compound.The glues used on most OSB (oriented strand board, the material used forthe exterior faces of the panels) are the latter type, which does not offgas.
after that is small, especially compared to urea formaldehyde. Racheli.
SIPs (was Re: Here's my Vision. Has anyone ever thought of ) Philip Proefrock, January 19 2008
- Re: SIPs (was Re: Here's my Vision. Has anyone ever thought of ) Racheli Gai, January 19 2008
- Re: SIPs (was Re: Here's my Vision. Has anyone ever thought of ) John Faust, January 19 2008
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