Kebony

  • Uses furfuryl alcohol to treat softwood, and leverages thermal curing process to polymerize furfuryl alcohol and form furan polymers, thereby increasing the cell wall thickness of wood
  • The modified softwood products have performance and cost comparable to those of the hardwood p...

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