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FB stands for Fiber Board

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The enhanced bilateral trade between the two friendly countries is reflected by an increase in the number of products imported from and exported to Sri Lanka such as fish, meat, vegetable, foliage, plant, sugar, biscuits, pastry, cakes, mineral products, fiber boards, leather and leather-based products, footwear, gems, jewellery, value-added copper products, electrical items, bicycles, boats, and floating structures.
The new facility will feature a wide range of building materials that include plywood, timber, medium density fiber boards, steel, sanitary, hardware, gypsum tiles & boards, laminates, doors, wall-panels, flooring, veneer and aluminum composite panels.
The new facility will feature a wide range of building materials that include plywood, timber, medium density fiber boards, steel, sanitary, hardware, gypsum tiles & boards, laminates, doors, wallpanels, flooring, veneer and aluminum composite panels.
A fiber board insert near the top reduces the firing chamber to 15 inches deep to confine the heat inside the kiln when the lid is opened.
Many other installation boards are suitable, such as perlite boards (manufactured from volcanic materials combined with organic fibers and waterproofing binders), and a host of glass fiber boards, polyurethane foam and phenolic foam boards.
Description of Power: Making false ceilings made of gypsum boards, mineral fiber boards and metal panels, in part as a fire protection design.
About Uniboard (a subsidiary of Pfleiderer AG) Uniboard is a leading North American manufacturer of engineered wood products, with installed capacity of over 900 million square feet of raw particleboard, high density and medium density fiber board, of which over 50% is converted into value added melamine and laminated flooring products.