Application of a Triple Interpolymer Complex Based on a Wood Polymer in Manufacture of Lignocellulosic Composites
Keywords:composites, lignin-containing binder, lignocellulosic wastes.
The present work shows the results of the development of an environmentally compatible hybrid binder that is a triple polymer complex formed as a result of the interaction of modified lignosulphonate and UF-oligomers in aqueous medium. The dependence of the adhesive and rheological properties of the developed binder on the composition of the modified lignosulphonate, as well as the type and content of the filler, has been shown. Using the developed binder, new environmentally sound lignocellulosic composites filled with papermaking and wood hydrolyzed processing wastes have been developed. The complex of the found properties of the composites allows recommending them as a thermo-insulating material in building engineering.
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