Last edited by Tegrel
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 | History

2 edition of Surface characteristics of wood as they affect durability of finishes. found in the catalog.

Surface characteristics of wood as they affect durability of finishes.

Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)

Surface characteristics of wood as they affect durability of finishes.

by Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)

  • 186 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published in [Madison] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood finishing.,
  • Wood -- Preservation.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS801 .U493 no. 57
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 60 p.
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6008379M
    LC Control Number66061252

    Wood Finishes From - Finishing is the least studied and most inaccessible aspect of our antique furniture heritage. The workmanship on antiques show the skill of its maker, but the finish appeared to be insignificant. Effect of wood preservatives (waterborne and organicborne) on the performance of surface finishing properties is investigated. Sapwood of scots pine, (Pinus sylvestris L.), oriental beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky), and chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.) specimens ( × × 15 mm along the grain) were impregnated with aqueous solution of 2% CCA, 2% Tanalith E, 1% boric acid.

    Peter A. Claisse, in Transport Properties of Concrete, Discussion. For modelling concrete durability, it has been noted that neither the simple diffusion test nor the durability models take account of ion–ion may also be seen that the simple diffusion test has a good resemblance to the geometry of an exposed concrete surface on site. factors that affect the durability of a finish include applica-tion technique, time between refinishing, extent to which the and cure to partially seal the wood surface. They also help bind the mildewcide and make the wood surface preservative, water repellent, wood species and surface characteristics, and quantity of material applied.

      Craig Martin of BTD Wood Powder Coating in Minnesota is enthusiastic about the future of powder-coated wood. “Every day, we become more excited about the wood powder coating industry,” Martin says. “Working with customers, we are constantly finding new applications for our powder-coated wood finish. Unlike common surface finishes such as polyurethanes (solvent or water-based) that conceal the wood’s grain and beauty under a layer of plastic, Waterlox Original Tung oil finishes offer a unique handmade blend of Tung oil and resin that penetrates the wood, yielding a rich, hand-rubbed look that’s durable and easy to maintain.


Share this book
You might also like
Shaws Guide to the Resale Prices Act, 1964

Shaws Guide to the Resale Prices Act, 1964

Barcelona

Barcelona

Handbook of public relations

Handbook of public relations

His way

His way

The history of Greece

The history of Greece

Regulatory impact analysis

Regulatory impact analysis

Dancing Gods People into the Year Two Thousand

Dancing Gods People into the Year Two Thousand

Diversity of service academy entrants and graduates

Diversity of service academy entrants and graduates

150 years of stained & painted glass

150 years of stained & painted glass

Oh, its hard not to be immortal

Oh, its hard not to be immortal

International Road Haulage Permits Act 1975

International Road Haulage Permits Act 1975

Surface characteristics of wood as they affect durability of finishes by Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

OF WOOD. AS THEY AFFECT. DURABILITY OF FINISHES. The FOREST SERVICE of the rior clear finishes for wood show signs of degradation with the first year of exposure-- usually a hazy appearance in some areas which SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS OF WOOD AS THEY AFFECT DURABILITY OF FINISHES.

PART I. Get this from a library. Surface characteristics of wood as they affect durability of finishes. [Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)]. Surface characteristics of a stent material, which influence thrombosis and neointimal hyperplasia, include surface energy, surface texture, surface potential, and the stability of the surface oxide layer [20, 21].

In many circumstances a combination of one. wood (23). However, the mechanisms responsi-ble for these characteristics are not yet fully understood.

Surface texture was not characterized in any of these studies. In addition, no information could be found to indicate what roughness grades are best for optimum durability and how finish performance may vary on differ-ent roughness surfaces. Lacquers — Most professionals still regard lacquer as the best all-around finish for wood because it dries fast, imparts an incredible depth and richness to the wood, exhibits moderate to excellent durability (depending on the type used) and rubs out well.

There are several different types of lacquer, and they exhibit different performance. APPEARANCE: Flat to satin-sheen finish. DURABILITY & USAGE: Good to very good. Very water-resistant. Use on furniture or any wood object where easy maintenance is desired General Finishes Salad Bowl Finish CHARACTERISTICS & QUALITIES: Made to be % safe for use on any wood surface that comes into contact with food.

Varnish/oil blend. If you’re interested in getting all that makes The Wood Database unique distilled into a single, real-world resource, there’s the book that’s based on the website—the best-seller, WOOD!Identifying and Using Hundreds of Woods contains many of the most popular articles found on this website, as well as hundreds of wood profiles—laid out with the same clarity and.

A quality finish coat makes the surface look shiny and reveals depth to the wood. The finishing steps also make the surface smooth, and pleasant to touch.

There are many, many ways to finish wood, but they are all conceptually similar: some type of liquid that will be poured, wiped, brushed, sprayed, or rubbed onto the wood. Durability is the strength of the finish film itself to resist being damaged.

For example, polyurethane, initially introduced in the s as a no-wax floor finish, would be a good durable finish. Since a polyurethane finish dries slowly, it can be brushed on. General Finishes Water-Based Wood Turners Finish produces a rich amber tone that can be buffed to either a satin sheen or high gloss.

It is food-safe, durable, and acid resistant. A water/urethane product, it’s safe to work with and can be applied with a paper towel, brush, or sprayer. It applies easily and cleans up with water.

Loosened wood fibers and decomposition of the surface prevents good bonding between paint and wood. Raw wood sucks moisture from rain, dew and high humidity. It swells. The sun quickly dries surface fibers.

They shrink. As a result, the surface is stressed and when it is painted at a later time, the paint is much more likely to peel.

Wood Product Characteristics 15–4 Weathering 15–6 Control of Water or Moisture in Wood 15–9 wood surface, help maintain a certain appearance, and provide a cleanable surface.

Although wood can be used the many factors that affect these finishes are given full consideration. These factors include the effect of the wood. All too often, exterior finishes for wood are short-lived in durability or fail completely.

Failure is usually the result of the wrong kind of finish being applied to the wood surface or of not following recommended application procedures. In either case, the homeowner is faced with the expensive and time consuming problem of refinishing. This experience generally does not include a study of the fundamental nature of finishes, much less the areas of optics, color theory or analytical methodology.

By understanding the nature of finishes as chemicals on the surface of the wood, the finisher can greatly expand his abilities to use different finish.

Wood protected with clear or lightly pigmented coatings generally has limited surface durability outdoors. Shorter wavelengths of the light spectrum are associated with higher photon energies, particularly those in the ultraviolet (UV) portion of incident light: UVB (– nm) and UVA (– nm) have greater potential to break chemical bonds and are therefore generally regarded as.

Wood finishing, with special wood finishing products, involves the application of a protective layer to otherwise bare wood, but before a protective coating can be applied, the wood’s surface must be prepared.

Sanding, planing, and scraping can help eliminate surface imperfections by softening and smoothing the wood. Processes to alter the wood’s color and aesthetic are often. Wood finishing refers to the process of refining or protecting a wooden surface, especially in the production of furniture where typically it represents between 5 and 30% of manufacturing costs.

Finishing is the final step of the manufacturing process that gives wood surfaces desirable characteristics, including enhanced appearance and increased resistance to moisture and other environmental.

The characteristics of the floor, wall and ceiling material in its character review are influential factors for the implementation of the QTO BIM [19], [20] These factors are sorted using the RII.

The statement, “Wood finishing is a combination of art and science. By combining fashion and durability properties, the wood finish serves as an “envelope” to beautify and protect the wood,” lived through three generations of family – 87 years of manufacturing and supplying wood finishing materials to the trade.

Spruance had manufacturing plants in Philadelphia, Winston Salem, North. Although they don't look as natural as penetrating finishes, surface finishes provide more durable protection. They're a better choice for everyday pieces that will receive a lot of wear.

Unlike tung oil, which dries inside the wood, surface finishes such as shellac and varnish dry on top of the wood to create a protective coating. Surface finishes applied on the surface of wood material. Penetrating Finishing: This type of finishing is applied inside furniture and is durable but it doesn’t create a natural look on walls.

Linseed, Danish, and Tung oil is a type of penetrating oil which makes a natural and bold look at wood .A slight increase in wood surface energy and decrease of polar component were also reported by Herrera et al.

[] for ash wood (Fraxinus excelsior L.) after heat can be seen from Table 2, the surface free energy values of heat-treated woods range from to mJ/m general, for good wetting, coatings should have lower surface tension than the surface free energy of the.Applying the Finish Prepare the Surface The first step in achieving any good finish is to prepare the surface properly.

A transparent or very thin finish will emphasize any surface defect. That is why tool marks, sanding scratches, dents or unwanted voids must be eliminated before any finish is applied.

The level of quality depends on your.