Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Green Binderless Board from Oil Palm Biomass

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Green Binderless Board from Oil Palm Biomass

  • Author 
  • Rokiah Hashim 
  • Wan Noor Aidawati Wan Nadhari
  • Othman Sulaiman

Abstract

Wood is globally desirable natural material used for home, construction, furniture, building, tools, vehicles, indoor and outdoor application, and decorative uses. Thus, there is a need for alternative material by manufacturing composite panels. In the economic activity of wood-based industry, particleboards are widely used due to its performance and cost efficiency. Using material that demonstrates positive environmental qualities is also a main area of consideration. However, due to the environmental concern, research and engineering interest have been changed from using synthetic adhesive to a new biobased adhesive or self-bonding board that is free from synthetic adhesive called binderless board. The search for alternative, potential, and sustainable raw material has been distributed over a large area around the world. This chapter considers the area of binderless board manufacturing, treatment, and other processes using oil palm biomass as raw materials. The mechanical and physical properties are viewed and compared with other binderless boards made from other types of oil palm biomass. The results presented here are only based on the environmental aspects without coinciding any economic factors or costing.

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