Coating Acetylated Wood
AbstractWood exposed to the outdoor environment is susceptible to weathering due to a series of chemical, biological and physical processes. Acetylation of wood is known to reduce cell wall moisture content, improve dimensional stability and durability against fungal decay. As a result of these improvements, less stress is created between the coating and the wood surface improving the performance of the coating and increasing its useful lifetime. This paper is a review of research done on the chemistry of the acetylation process, the coating performance of acetylated wood and concentrates on the factors influencing coating performance. View Full-Text
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Rowell, R.; Bongers, F. Coating Acetylated Wood. Coatings 2015, 5, 792-801.
Rowell R, Bongers F. Coating Acetylated Wood. Coatings. 2015; 5(4):792-801.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rowell, Roger; Bongers, Ferry. 2015. "Coating Acetylated Wood." Coatings 5, no. 4: 792-801.