OSB

OSB is an engineered wood product made from thin strands of wood that are bonded together with adhesives. The resulting material is strong and versatile, making it a popular choice for a variety of building projects. OSB can be used for everything from sheathing to flooring, and it’s also a popular choice for furniture and cabinetry.One of the main benefits of OSB is its strength. The material is very resistant to changes in temperature and moisture, meaning it won’t warp or swell like other types of wood. This makes it an ideal choice for exterior applications like siding or roofing. OSB is also less likely to dent or scratch than other materials, making it a good choice for flooring.In addition to its durability, OSB is also relatively inexpensive compared to other engineered wood products. This makes it a great option for budget-conscious builders and homeowners. While it’s not as flashy as some other materials, OSB provides a great value and can be used in a variety of applications.

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OSB

is an engineered wood product that’s made from thin strands of wood that are bonded together with adhesives. The resulting material is strong and versatile, making it a popular choice for a variety of building projects. OSB can be used for everything from sheathing to flooring, and it’s also a popular choice for furniture and cabinetry.

OSB is an engineered wood product made from thin strands of wood that are bonded together with adhesives. The resulting material is strong and versatile, making it a popular choice for a variety of building projects. OSB can be used for everything from sheathing to flooring, and it’s also a popular choice for furniture and cabinetry.One of the main benefits of OSB is its strength. The wood strands are bonded together very tightly, making the finished product much stronger than other types of wood products. This makes OSB ideal for projects where high levels of strength are required, such as flooring or sheathing.Another benefit of OSB is its versatility. It can be used in a variety of applications, both indoors and out. Indoor uses include furniture, cabinetry, and wall paneling. Outdoor uses include siding, decking, and roofing. OSB is also commonly used as a subfloor material.There are a few things to keep in mind when working with OSB. One is that it tends to absorb moisture more readily than other types of wood products. This means that it should be protected from direct exposure to water whenever possible. Additionally, OSB can be damaged by heat – so care should be taken when using power tools or applying adhesives to avoid overheating the material.

product Oriented strand board (OSB)
Material Poplar, Pine, Combi, Hardwood
Glue  WBP / Phenolic /E0 /E1/E2
Size 1220×2440,1250×2500 or accept customization
Thickness 6-45mm(9.5mm,11.1mm,12mm,15mm,18mm)  or accept customization
MOQ 22 CBM
Delivery Time 15-25 Days
Thickness Tolerance Thickness:+/ -0.2mm
Size Tolerance  Length &Width:+/-2mm
Density 600-700KG/CBM
Production Advantages 1) Tight construction and high strength; 2) Minimum twisting, delamination or warping; 3) Water proof, consistent when exposed in the natural or wet environment; 4) Low formaldehyde emission; 5) Good nailing strength, easy to be sawn, nailed, drilled, grooved, planed, filed or polished; 7) Good heat and sound resistant, easy to be coated; 8) Note the OSB 3 is for use on flat roof situtaions, a far better product than standard chipboard or particleboard.
Payment T/T or L/C at sight

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