OSB (Oriented Strand Board) appeared in the market in 1981 as a great mechanical strength for construction. Multiple layers of woodcutting perpendicularly to each other and the alignment of the surface layers’ woods on the length of the wood chips increase the mechanical strength and elasticity of the chipboard.
For the production of OSB as a raw material in Europe mainly pine wood in the form of logs – logs is used.
The most common OSB applications are the following:
In general, the good mechanical strength of OSB wood chips and their relatively low density are an advantage for use in furnishings.