NEWS AND VIEWS OF THIS KILN DRYING BUSINESS: DIP TREATMENT IN POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL NOT EFFECTIVE IN PREVENTING SURFACE CHECKING.
Forest Service research note,
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The experiment was to determine if dip treating rough-sawn and presurfaced green flat-sawn northern red oak boards in polyethylene glycol would stabilize the fibers in the surface zones enough to effectively reduce surface checking in subsequent kiln drying. Author
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