Accelerated Weathering Performances of Furfurylated and Acetylated Bamboo Sheets

Wood Research Journal

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Title Accelerated Weathering Performances of Furfurylated and Acetylated Bamboo Sheets
 
Creator Krisdianto, Krisdianto
Vinden, Peter
Prezwloka, Simon
 
Subject Bamboo sheets; acetylation; furfurylation; accelerated weathering, colour; contact angle
 
Description Bamboo material is a potential wood substitute given that its physical and mechanical properties are comparable with those of wood. As lignocellulose material, bamboo is also degraded for use outdoor. Two significant chemical modification for wood which may work for bamboo material are acetylation and furfurylation. This paper evaluates the weathering performance of furfurylated and acetylated bamboo sheets. Parameters studied include colour changes and contact angle after accelerated weathering process at QUV chamber. The result shows that the total colour differences ( E*) of furfurylation is higher than non-modified strips, while colour differences of acetylated bamboo strips are less than nonmodified strips. To summarize, chemically modified Sheets turn grey after weathering. Slowing of lignin photo-degradation by acetylation is attributed to the acetyl groups, which limits the degradation of lignin. Treating bamboo sheets with acetic anhydride and furfuryl alcohol was found to be effective in protecting bamboo from absorbing water during weather exposure.
 
Publisher Masyarakat Peneliti Kayu Indonesia
 
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Date 2020-05-13
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://www.ejournalmapeki.org/index.php/wrj/article/view/490
10.51850/wrj.2018.9.2.60-68
 
Source Wood Research Journal; Vol 9, No 2 (2018): Wood Research Journal; 60-68
2774-9320
2087-3840
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://www.ejournalmapeki.org/index.php/wrj/article/view/490/400
 
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