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ISlO(Part2):1996
Indian Standard
PLYWOOD TEA-CHESTS -SPECIFICATION
PART 2 PLYWOOD
(Fifth Revision )
ICS 79.060.10; 55.1600 BIS 1996
BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARGNEW DELHI 110002May 1996
Price Group 4
 
Timber Stores Sectional Committee. CED 33FOREWORDThis Indian Standard (Fifth Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards. after the draftfinalized by the Timber Stores Sectional Committee had been approved by the Civil Engineering DivisionCouncil.IS 10 : 1970 covered provisions relating to different components of plywood tea-chest. namely, battens,plywood panels, metal fittings, etc. Besides it also covered provisions in respect of sizes and testing ofassembled tea-chest. Since some of aspects are the concern of different trades, such as plywood, battens,metal fittings and to assist the quality enforcement procedures. it was felt necessary to publish the Standard
in
the following five parts in its fourth revision:Part 1 GeneralPart 2 PlywoodPart 3 BattensPart 4 Metal fittingsPart 5 Assembly and packing
In
this fifth revision of Part 2, the following changes have been affected:i) Only synthetic resin adhesive aminoplastic type as per IS 848
:
1974 has been specified,ii) Increase in dead pin knots per face of panel, andiii) Seven days water resistance test has been deletedIn the formulation of this standard due weightage has been given to international co-ordination amongthe standards and practices prevailing in different countries in addition to relating it to the practices in thefield in this country.The composition of the technical committee responsible for the formulation of this standard is given atAnnex E.For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the finalvalue, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be rounded off in accordancewith IS 2
:
1960 ‘Rules for rounding off numerical values (
revised )‘.
The number of significant placesretained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard.
 
IS
10
(
Part 2 )
:
1996
Indian Standard
PLYWOOD TEA - CHESTS - SPECIFICATION
PART 2 PLYWOOD
(Fifth Revision)
1
SCOPE
This standard ( Part 2 ) covers materials, dimensions,manufacture and requirements for plywood for use inthe manufacture of tea-chests.2
REFERENCES
The Indian Standards listed in Annex A are
necessary
adjuncts to this standard.3 TERMINOLOGYFor the purpose of this standard, the definitions given
in IS
707
:
1976 shall apply.4
MATERIAL4.1 Timber
Any species of timber may be used for tea-chestplywood manufacture. However, a list of timberspecies suitable for tea chest plywood is given inAnnex B for guidance.
-
4.2
Adhesive
The adhesive used for bonding the veneers shall besuch as to stand the test for water resistance specifiedin 9.1 and the glue shear strength test ( dry ) specifiedin 9.2 and shall also be such as not to impart any taintto tea. The adhesive shall conform to synthetic resinadhesive aminoplastic type as per IS 848
: 1974.5 MANUFACTURE5.1 Veneers
The veneers shall be either rotary cut or sliced. Theyshall be dried before bonding, preferably in amechanical dryer or a kiln to a moisture content notexceeding 10 percent
[see
IS 1734 (Part 1)
:
1983 1.5.2
Assembly
The direction of grain of the veneers shall be at rightangles in adjacent plies. In the case of panelscomprising
an
even
number
of plies, the grain of thecentre pair shall follow the same direction. In all casesthe grain on both faces shall run in the same direction.Face and back veneers may be of different speciesprovided that the construction is balanced and the twospecies have similar physical characteristics.For this purpose, any two species may be used as faceand back veneer provided their specific gravity doesnotvarybymorethan0.15.5.3
Joints
Where there are joints, the pieces joined shall be ofthe same species of timber. Not more than one tightjoint shall be permitted in each ply and no piece shallbe less than 10 cm wide, except in the case of jointsmade on a mechanical jointer and joined in a tapelesssplicer, where up to five joints per ply shall bepermissible. The vemers shall be securely joinedtogether without overlap. End joints, that is, jointsacross the grain shall not be permitted.5.4
Metal Clips
Any metal clips used for binding veneers duringmanufacture shall be removed.5.5
Moisture Content
After pressing the plywood, the finished plywood shallbe reconditioned to a moisture content not exceeding15 percent.6 REQUIREMENTS6.1 The quality requirements of the plywood panelsfor tea-chests shall be as given in 6.1.1 to 6.1.5.6.1.1
Knots
Dead knots of not more than 6.5 mm in diameter ( pinknots ) and live knots shall be permitted. Loose knotsshall not be permitted.6.X.1.1 No live knot over 12 mm in its widestdimensions shall be within 40 mm of any edge of theplywood panel.6.1.1.2 Dead pin knots shall not be permitted within40 mm of the edges of the panel. Not more than sixdead pin knots per face of panel and not more thantwo per edge of panel shall be permitted.6.1.2
Insect Holes
Not more than 5 pin holes only on one face per panelmay be permitted.6.1.3 PatchesPortions affected by insect holes or other defects in
veneer may be cut
out and the portions so removedsecurely patched with sound pieces of veneer of thesame species. Not more than four patches per panelshall be permitted, and no patch shall exceed 50 mm
in its
maximum dimensions, except in the case ofpatches of width 12 mm and less where a maximum1

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