The Effects of Covering Wood Paints on the Self-Burning Resistance of Wood Material and Boards
Keywords:Yanma direnci, Ağaç malzeme, Levhalar, Örtücü boya, Yanma sıcaklığı
This study was carried out to determine the effects of various covering wood paints on the auto ignition temperature of wood materials and boards. For this purpose, samples prepared from Eastern beech (Fagus oriantalis L.), Scotch pine (Pinus silvestris L.), sessile oak (Quercus petraea L.), medium density fiberboard (MDF) and particleboard are made of acrylic, synthetic and synthetic materials according to ASTM-D-3023. It is painted in one or two layers with lacquer paint. The autoignition temperatures of the prepared samples were determined according to ASTM-ASTM E 160-50.
As a result, the self-ignition temperature is highest in particle board (716.8 °C), lowest in Eastern beech (645.7 °C), highest in cellulosic paint (688.4 °C) in dye type, in terms of material type, and lowest in Eastern beech (645.7 °C), it was found in the lowest synthetic paint (685.7°C), the highest in one coat of paint (688.4°C) in terms of the number of coats, and the lowest in two coats of paint (685.7°C). The highest Yl+Sn+I (752.3 °C) and the lowest MDF+Sn+II (573.2 °C) were found in terms of material type, paint type and number of coats interaction. Accordingly: this situation can be taken into account in living areas with high fire risk.
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