Ceramic fiberboard is a wood-based board made of lignocellulosic fibers intertwined and formed and made of its inherent adhesive properties. If it is deformed due to our improper operation and use, it will not only affect its use effect, but also greatly reduce its aesthetics. Therefore, we must pay attention to it when using it. Here’s how to avoid deformation of ceramic fiberboard:
1. Reduce the moisture content of ceramic fiberboard and make it uniform, which can reduce its weight.
2. After hot pressing, stack horizontally and press heavy objects. The fiber direction of aluminum silicate fiberboard is parallel to the direction of small dry shrinkage and wet expansion of the substrate.
4. When aluminum silicate fiberboard is pasted, the central part is slightly loose.
5. When producing the product, reduce the amount of urea formaldehyde resin adhesive, make the adhesive layer soft and improve the hot pressing conditions.
For the deformation of ceramic fiberboard, in order to better avoid its deformation, we should treat it carefully in every work in daily life, and pay special attention to storage, production and use.


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