In this study, the effects of different fasteners (Clamex P14 and Tenso P14) for medium density fiberboard (MDFLamM) surfaced with synthetic resin sheet wood-based materials as well as several adhesives (PVAc-D4) and PU-D4) on diagonal tension and compression forces, were analysed. In the study, melamine coated medium density fiberboard (MDF-Lam) was used as wood-based material, Clamex P14 and Tenso P14 were used as fasteners and polyvinylacetate (PVAc-D4) and polyurethane (PU-D4) glues were used as adhesive agents. The diagonal tension and compression force tests were applied on 120 pieces of test samples prepared in this respect based on the principles of ASTM D 1037. As a result, The diagonal compression and tensile forces values were found in the highest Clamex P14 fastener and polyvinylacetate adhesive bond (PVAc-D4), the lowest was in the joint with Tenso P14 fastener without any adhesive agent. For L type corner-joints, it is suggested to use Clamex P14 as a fastener and polyvinylacetate adhesive (PVAc-D4) as the type of the adhesive agent.
|Subjects||Materials Science, Composites|
|Journal Section||Biomaterial Engineering, Bio-based Materials, Wood Science|
Publication Date : April 15, 2020
|APA||Karaman, A . (2020). The Effect of Fastener Type (Clamex P14 and Tenso P14) and Adhesive Type on Compression and Tension Performance . Bartın Orman Fakültesi Dergisi , 22 (1) , 144-152 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/barofd/issue/50650/679997|