OSB – forever young: who today talks of OSB, the talk of a high-end plate material on wooden base, which is no longer indispensable from the construction industry, which talks about residential, commercial and industrial construction, which talks about heavy-duty wall, ceiling, roof and floor constructions. Who today talks of OSB, the talks but also by a material with natural image, which is full of the spirit of naturalness, sustainability, housing health and ecology. OSB – a material with many faces and possibilities… “As at the end of the 1980s the wood frame construction after Germany quasi re-imported” was, and more and more as a full-fledged construction established, began the success story of OSB boards. This solved almost overnight”until then in the skeleton of wooden prefabricated house industry standard chipboard from.
Can be found today in Interior and exterior walls, ceilings, floors, and roofs. Engineers appreciate them because of their excellent technical properties, craftsmen on the basis of the good workability, users want them as living healthy Building materials and architects are intrigued by the possibilities with the special surface structure. In addition, OSBPlatten have made the leap in many other application areas. Equipped with a few special features they are still fit for all current requirements and it is worthwhile to think also about new tasks for the plate with a rough shaving. Construction-biological safety of OSB panels with the currently best emissions are today completely free of formaldehyde-glued. The timber frame construction is one of the most important applications of the OSB Board. Home health, sustainability and ecology are mega-trends, where no Holzbauer passes.
Because in the context of energy-saving construction also air-tightness is further optimized buildings, emissions from building materials for consumers and planners decision play an enormously important role. The low emission values with OSB boards are achieved % by a 100 formaldehyde-free glue. This will not only the emission class mandatory in Germany for wood-based materials E1 (0.10 ppm) reached, but also the increased requirements by 0.03 ppm, as demanding as BDF, AKoH and RAL, far below.